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Do you want the simplest but most cutest easter pear bunnies on your table for Easter this year? Check out this super simple, quick and delicious little easter bunny craft salad. I am all about simple DIY’s and this one checks all the boxes for sure. Your kiddos will love the cute little bunny ears and whiskers along with enjoying every bite of the juicy pear and yummy cherry.
Holidays can bring lots of fun different traditions! These little easter bunnies have been an easter dinner tradition in my husband’s family for years! His Grandma always used to make them and still to this day his Mom makes them every year.
Whether they are just a little accent craft to your dinner table or a fun thing for your kids to help with, they can serve as an easy side salad and add a little something to your Easter celebration.
Supplies you will need
- Pear halves
- Cottage cheese
- Maraschino cherries
- Whole cloves
- Matchstick carrots
- Pink paper
How to make your pear bunny
Grab some lettuce and lay a little “grass” bed on a plate for your bunny.
Put a pear half on top of your lettuce.
Give your bunny a nose with a maraschino cherry.
Dollop some cottage cheese at the back of your pear bunny for the tail.
If you are doing a bunch of these cute little guys, I would make an assembly line and do them all at the same time.
Put a couple of cloves for eyes.
Use your matchsticks carrots for whiskers and put 3 on each side. You can also trim the whiskers if needed.
Cut out some bunny ears and then stick them into the tops of your pears. This makes for the cutest bunny ears.
I would definitely recommend adding the ears in at the very last second as they will soak into the pear and get a little soggy after a while.
There you have it! Your cute little easter pear bunny craft is all assembled and ready.
These are the perfect little side salad addition to your Easter dinner.
Do you have any fun Easter traditions you like to do? What is your favorite part of Easter dinner?