Bunny Butt Desserts Are This Easter’s Pinterest Craze — and We Are Hopping on Board

03/25/2016 at 05:29 PM ET

Bunny Cake
Courtesy Pinterest/Handmade Charlotte

Bunnies are adorable. The most adorable part of them? Their little butts.

This is why we’re not surprised about the new baking trend that’s sweeping Pinterest just in time for Easter: desserts shaped like bunny behinds. And yes, we’re sort of obsessed.

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The trend is actually quite versatile — you can make cookies, cakes, cupcakes and more nibbles that feature round, white-tailed rabbit butts. So maybe forget the Easter baskets this year and just lean into prepping these simple and festive desserts.

Here are a few of our favorites. (We recommend you serve Peeps and jelly beans as side dishes, of course.)

1. Bunny Butt Pancakes

Pancake Bunny Butts
Courtesy Pinterest/Handmade Charlotte

2. Easter Cupcakes

Bunny Cupcake
Courtesy Pinterest/Handmade Charlotte

3. Bunny Butt Pretzels

Pretzel Bunny Butts
Courtesy Pinterest/Hungry Habbits

4. Brownie Butts with Reese’s Peanut Butter Paws

Pretzel Bunny Butts
Courtesy Pinterest/Hungry Happenings

5. Easter Mini Log Cakes

Bunny Cake
Courtesy Pinterest/Handmade Charlotte

Of course, if you find the butts distasteful, you can make all sorts of other fun and festive treats, from this decadent carrot cake to orange-glazed hot cross buns. Alternatively, you could whip up a whole menu devoted to Cadbury Creme Eggs. (If you haven’t yet cooked with them, you’re living your life all wrong.)

—Maria Yagoda, @mariayagoda

FILED UNDER: Easter , Food , Food News

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