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Skateboard Bunny Peep Treats

Skateboard Bunny Peep Treats

How rad is this?!? Skateboard Bunny Peep Treats For those of you that are regular readers of SWEET HAUTE and follow along on Instagram, then you are aware that my kids are *amazing* SKATERs, lol j/k but they are great....honestly legit skater kids. We are so proud of them and their determination at such a young age. They started when he was 2-3 years old and by the time he turned 5 they were pros. It only took them a day or two to get over the fear dropping in and learned to skate a large half pipe. They had great pro skateboard instructors and awesome equipment to practice on in the US and in Japan.
Anyways definitely check it out on my Instagram and follow along...oh and they can bust a few break dance moves too OF COURSE!:)
#bboy #skaterboy

So with my son in mind, I created these RAD Peep Skateboard Bunnies Peep Treats for Easter and I totally made it with inexpensive things we already had on hand. The only things I had to purchase were the eggs and peeps. We had all the sprinkles, lifesavers, cookies, and frosting...
I chose the orange and purple to make them more 'dude' friendly instead of pink bunnies...yet we still did purple because my husband hails from LSU (Louisiana State University) in the South and he's always about that purple and gold.

This is a cool idea to get the kids involved in the kitchen, teach them about gravity while you're at it! I always make 'food crafts' because they are fun and whimsical, inexpensive, easy for kids, and they are temporary {we don't need storage for them}. These are great if you do not have storage for a lot of decorations for every single holiday season.
Decorate your table with these Skateboard Bunny Peep Treats instead!
Skater Bunny Peep Treats
Purple bunnies on skateboard....yes!


  -wheel covers
Royal Frosting
  -royal frosting is different from traditional frosting. It is rock solid, sturdy, and durable!

Step 1:

Make a small batch of Royal Frosting, you do not need too much since it's just for gluing everything on wheels and skateboard.

Step 2:

Create the wheels first out of Lifesavers and Skittles candies. Let them all dry over night, or at least for a few hours.

Step 3:

Assemble Peep Skaters and boards. 'Glue' wheels with Royal Frosting upright and let dry on the Milano Cookies. 'Glue' Bunny Peeps on top of board. Set aside to dry.

Step 4:

Don't forget to decorate the skateboards with sprinkles and malted milk Easter egg candies.

Display. Serve. Enjoy:)
Tricks and everything!

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Peep Nest Cookies
craft, kids activities, easter, peeps

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Have a fantastic day:)

~Be Sweet
Sweetest Haute 

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  1. Anonymous12:16 AM

    Ha! Ha! Cutest peeps I have seen!

  2. Aww! These are so cute! My kids would love making and eating these.

  3. These are so adorable. I love peeps.


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