My daughter, "Miff", is obsessed with bunnies. As a child with lots of animal allergies, they are one of the few furry friends she can safely snuggle up to. My friend told me a bunny may nibble at my couch and do its business around the house. Um, non-starter, no thank you! So, I thought the classroom bunny would save me from owning our very own pet rabbit. But alas, Cocoa has only made her interest grow. Miff has checked out every single rabbit book from the library, read them, and given me a to-do checklist to get ready for the one and only thing she wants for her birthday. What's a mom to do?
Spring brings bunnies, flowers, Easter and Passover. Easter also has a rather important bunny (who needs to hide the eggs in harder places I'm told). Easter can quickly become a candy fest, so I try to balance some of that with fun, healthy treats (thank you Pinterest) to serve at my brunch and beyond.
I'm sure you can only imagine how popular these treats were in my bunny-obsessed house!
1. Bunny fruit salad
2. Bunny salad
3. Bunny pancakes
5. Spring veggie and hummus cups
Happy Easter, Passover or Sunday from bunny headquarters!