These Strawberry Smoothie Easter Bunnies are as adorable as they are delicious. Hollow chocolate is filled with a sweet strawberry smoothie. And adorable sage bunny ears add a wonderful minty scent. These are equally wonderful for adults and children. They make the perfect Easter treat!
How to make strawberry smoothie easter bunnies
For the chocolate bunny, you want ones that are high quality chocolate as well as hollow inside. I used Lindt Golden Bunny in the 100g size. They come in different chocolate varieties and have lots of room inside for the delicious strawberry filling.
First you will cut off the bunnies' ears. Don't worry - you'll be giving them cuter ones soon! Be very careful doing this to avoid cutting yourself. I heated a sharp knife under running hot water, dried it off, and then used it to make the cut using a gentle back and forth motion.
In your blender, puree the strawberry, milk, sugar, and vanilla. Make sure there are no chunks because it has to be drinkable through a straw.
Carefully spoon the strawberry smoothie into the bunnies. Give them a shake to make sure there are no air pockets and the smoothie can fill them to capacity.
Select some long sage leaves to use for the bunny ears. Set them sticking out of the smoothie with the underside turned up so that they will naturally droop and behave like real rabbit ears.
Finish them off with some cute paper straws. I cut mine to make them the perfect length.
Look at that delicious smoothie inside! Drink up the smoothie and then have a tasty chocolate treat for dessert.
For another smoothie perfect for celebrating this time of year, check out my matcha mango Easter smoothies. These fruity smoothies served in martini glasses look like carrots.Print
These are as adorable as they are delicious. Hollow chocolate is filled with a sweet strawberry smoothie. Adorable sage bunny ears add a wonderful minty scent. These are equally wonderful for adults and children. They make the perfect Easter treat!
2 small and hollow chocolate easter bunnies (I used 100g Lindt Gold Bunny)
1 cup (150 g) frozen strawberries
½ cup (118 ml) milk
2 teaspoons granulated sugar
¼ teaspoon vanilla extract
4 large, fresh sage leaves
2 paper straws
Very carefully cut the ears off of the chocolate bunnies. I heated a knife in hot water and dried it off, then used a gentle back and forth motion to make the cut.
In a blender, puree the strawberries, milk, sugar, and vanilla.
Spoon the smoothie into the bunnies. Stick the sage leaf 'ears' into the smoothie. Top with a straw.
- Serving Size: 1 bunny
- Calories: 75
- Sugar: 54.6 g
- Sodium: 39.2 mg
- Fat: 26.1 g
- Carbohydrates: 65.4 g
- Protein: 5.8 g
- Cholesterol: 4.9 mg
Keywords: easter bunny, chocolate bunny