Bunny cookie lollies

I have been working on how I could make some fluffy bunny cookie lollies for Easter. I ended up with these happy bunnies, decorated with rolled fondant and royal icing piped fur. The fur gave one problem though, a constantly cloggin tip. I received a comment about the exact problem from one of the readers, so it is not just me, that have this problem.

I had to clean the tip with water a few times, which was a bit annoying. What is it that makes the fur tip clogg so easily? Its not on the inside, its more on the outside of the tip? If you know a trick, when it comes to clogging fur tips, then please do share.

Ok, back to the bunnies! I did not add any whiskers in the first place, because I wanted them to be all edible cookies. But that just looked so wrong, when they were done. So I decided to give the bunnies some whiskers afterall using a couple of flower stamens. Of course using unbreakable gel or some thin noodles would have been the best solution. But we will just make sure that the “whiskers” will be removed before we eat the cookies. Also I must say that I should have made the eyes black and not brown… ahh well I will remember that the next time!

I will be back with more Easter baking and maybe a tutorial?

Happy Caking!



  1. Kim 179 says

    Louise I am desperate to know where you get your pop sticks? Do you attach them to the bunnies before or after baking?

  2. Fgfl2121 says

    you just have to hold the tip further away from the area that you are piping so that it doesn’t touch. It gets clogged because the frosting gets pressed down back into the tip.

  3. Holly wilkinson says

    this r soo cute !!! your amazingly talented! your ideas r soo creative, were do u get ur ideas from?? xx they look perfect 4 easter xx

  4. Bingers says

    OMG, i Love these! soo cute. I am just about to make them, and can’t wait to see how they turn out!
    thenks for the tutorial!!

  5. Xime's Fun-Cakes says

    Verry nice cookies!!! I love what you do. When I’m using the grass tip I use a clean (new) tooth brush with water (taking off the excess) and brush only the outside of the tip now and then, you could try letting rest the bag, because it gets to hot when working and the icing melts a little.

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