Bunny feet candy

Make your own Easter sweets. Fun and delicious for the whole family. Make a basic icing and shape it into bunny feet or another pretty design. These bunny feet are perfect for decorating Easter cakes.

approx. 100

1 hour + 24 hours to rest

Rating (1 ratings)


1 egg white, approx. 20 g
120-150 g Dansukker Icing Sugar

1 drop lemon essence
1 drop mint essence

To decorate
a few drops of red food colouring



Gently mix together the egg white and icing sugar. Add the icing sugar a little at a time. Mix well to make a thick, smooth icing. Add a few drops of your chosen flavouring (optional). Add some extra icing sugar if the icing gets too runny.

Put nearly all the icing in a piping bag. Use a small-holed nozzle or cut a small hole in the piping bag. Set aside a small quantity of icing and mix it with a few drops of red food colouring. Add extra icing sugar if the icing gets too runny. Put the coloured icing in a separate piping bag with a small-holed nozzle, or cut a small hole in the piping bag.

Print the templates, put a sheet of baking parchment over the templates and fasten with sticky tape. Pipe a line along the outline of the rounded bunny feet pattern. Then fill in the middle with icing. Leave to set for a while, then pipe three pink dots on top of the feet and a larger dot at the bottom. Allow to set.

Use the bunny feet to decorate your Easter cakes or eat them as they are. 

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