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Easter Cuteness

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I’m always blown away by the creativity and imagination of our TK members. As one with two left thumbs with no sense of color matching, who can pipe frosting only if the intended shape is “lumps of no discernible form,” seeing all your creations fills me with awe and, okay, a tinge of jealousy.

I’m working on that jealousy part, but let me tell you. Ya ain’t makin’ it easy.

We get a constant stream of cuteness here, and Easter seems to bring out the best in you. And that inspires me and gives me hope that, perhaps someday, I can finally work my way up from lumps. Here are a few that I aspire to!

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Easter Cuteness. Ravenous Bunny Cupcakes from TK member Tisa of Blessings from My Kitchen.

Ravenous Bunny Cupcakes by Tisa of Blessings from My Kitchen. Ugh. The fence. The cute little bunny bottom sticking up. The carrots. The hula skirt on the bunny. We’re not worthy!

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Easter Cuteness. Bunny Cupcake from TK member Fanny of Oh Sweet Day!

Bunny Cupcake by Fanny (TK member lululu) of Oh Sweet Day!. How cute are these!

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Easter Cuteness. Raspberry Easter Egg Cupcakes from TK member Krissy of Krissy's Creations.

Raspberry Easter Egg Cupcakes by Krissy of Krissy’s Creations. So adorable. And that color!

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Easter Cuteness. Glamour Peeps 2.0 from TK member Meghan of Buttercream Blondie.

Glamour Peeps by Meghan of Buttercream Blondie. I know. Talk about piping skills.

 
 
 
Tasty Kitchen Blog: Easter Cuteness. Easter S’mores Cookie Pops from TK member Sommer of A Spicy Perspective.

Easter S’mores Cookie Pops by Sommer of A Spicy Perspective. Cookies that taste like S’mores. Sold!

 
What did I tell you? Easter cuteness indeed! Have fun making some of these with the kids. They’ll think you’re a genius! Which you are, really. Especially if you can make something that resembles a bunny without people asking why your cupcake looks like a water buffalo. (Been there.)

Happy decorating!

 
 

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Laurie {Simply Scratch} on 3.28.2013

I wish I had a ounce of their creativity and decorating skills! Amazing!

Karen Sharp on 3.28.2013

these are all adorable –
wish I still had all my cake decorating stuff so I could do some for my “new” 3-yr-old granddaughter.

suzi beeman on 3.28.2013

Piping skills, yes, but that lady even made her own MARSHMALLOWS!!!!

Leysa Rought on 3.28.2013

Those are very cute! I want to try some next year when the grandbaby will be 1 1/2.
They will be so much fun to make. Or at least try to make anyway. :)

CarolinaGirl on 3.28.2013

Don’t worry Erika, I’m cake/cupcake decorating challenged too! I’ve even taken the basic cake decorating course and still stink at it, so I am also a little jealous of those with decorating skills!

Wendy on 3.28.2013

The Ravenous Bunny Cupcakes by Tisa are so darn cute! Glamour Peeps by Meghan are a real gem! WOW! She has a steady hand for sure! Thanks for sharing! :) Happy Easter to you & your family!

Andi on 3.28.2013

I, too, am piping-bag-challenged. The beautiful creations above will never come from my kitchen, lovely as they are. *sigh* But I have a GREAT go-to that requires a bowl, a spoon, and about 5 bucks worth of groceries. Buy a large bag of chow mein noodles, a bag of butterscotch chips, and some small egg candies (I use the Cadbury mini-eggs.)
In a large glass bowl, melt the chips in 1-minute increments, stirring until smooth. Then stir in the chow mein noodles. Place spoonfuls of the salty-sweet mixture in muffin cups and quickly add 2-3 eggs so they’ll stick. Et voila — birds’ nests. (Yummy ones, too.) We used to make these when I was a kid, and I have the most fun making them with my kids now. It makes 24 cupcake-sized treats.

Donna O. on 3.28.2013

Adorable and easy to make! Thank you for posting, Ree.

Paula P. on 3.28.2013

I envy people that are that artistic and creative. I’m a decent baker but I will never be able to do the things the talented people above have achieved. Incredible!

shirley henderson on 3.28.2013

I run and own my Preschool Daycare Tutorville and these are wonderful idea’s for our little ones. The little babies and toddlers find such delights in fun colorful things and these are fun idea’s. I am not as creative with my sweets. Looks a little hard for me. But love the idea’s. Thank you
Miss Shirley

Girls at VIETRI on 3.28.2013

Oh wow…we need to find time to make at least one of these before Sunday! The peep s’mores are such a good idea!

Eve on 3.28.2013

I agree! TK peeps are very creative! Still going to make the rice krispie eggs with chocolate centers…my kind of quick and easy project! Happy Easter everyone!

Kathleen Stewart on 3.28.2013

These are adorable.

Daniela Cirillo on 3.28.2013

OMG!! Adorable I love it !

Susan on 3.28.2013

My grandson loves the bunnies! He wants his to be green or purple….lol

Kari Jaquith on 3.28.2013

How adorable. I really love the bunny in the cupcake.

Heidi on 3.27.2013

Creative and amazing!!!

Kim @Soliloquy Of Food & Such on 3.27.2013

They are all so cute and creative…but the bunny buh-donk-a-donk is killing me!!

jackie d on 3.27.2013

Those are all adorable!! I could never make sweets in the kitchen, I am more of a savory, meat and potatoes gal!