Marshmallow Bunny Peeps Pudding Cups – perfect for all your spring celebrations. An easy recipe that’s filled with chocolate pudding, crushed Oreo Cookies, colorful icing and fun bunny marshmallows. Grab the kids and let’s make this easy no-bake dessert today!
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Cute Easter and Spring No Bake Dessert
No need to worry about what to serve for dessert for any school Easter parties your children might have this year because I have you covered with a really fun, cute treat. More importantly, these cute Marshmallow Bunny Peeps Pudding Cups are an easy no-bake dessert that even the kids can help you put together.
These could easily be made the night before Easter. I would just wait to put the bunny peeps on top right before you serve them.
Think how cute these pudding cups will look on the buffet table with all the other yummy desserts this Easter? You can also make the Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Bunny Peeps that’s on the blog as well. That’s another EASY dessert treat to make.
- Chocolate Instant Pudding Mix; 4 cup serving size
- 18 Oreo cookies; crushed
- Cream cheese
- Softened butter
- Powdered sugar
- Green Food Coloring
- Peeps Marshmallows
In a large bowl, whisk together pudding mix and cold milk for 2 minutes, set aside for it to thicken while you prepare the cookie crumbs.
How to crush the cookies
Add the Oreo Cookies to a plastic bag and crush them…slightly. You can use a rolling pin or a meat tenderizer to crush. Just be careful you don’t crush them too much as you don’t want crumbs for this recipe.
Spoon the thickened pudding into the bottom of 5 plastic cups. Then add the cookie pieces on top of each pudding cup.
How to prepare the frosting
Prepare the frosting or “grass” by mixing together the butter, cream cheese, and vanilla using an electric mixer. Add the powdered sugar and mix well.
Next add a few drops of green food coloring. Start out with one or two drops and then add more if you want to deepen the green color. I kept the green a little lighter to go with the pastel colors of the Peeps bunnies.
You don’t have to get fancy with adding the frosting, “grass,” you can just scoop a little on top of the pudding and cookies. Or you can use a Wilton Decorating tool and pipe the frosting on top.
Another idea is to use disposable decorating bags Those work great too! Make sure you check out my Shopping List below for the tools and items used in this recipe.
Add the Marshmallow Bunny Peeps to the Pudding Cups
Top each pudding cup with a marshmallow bunny peep and you have a really cute dessert to serve on Easter Sunday for the kids. But more importantly, I really think the “big kids” are going to enjoy these as well!
Looking for More Delicious Easter Recipes?
- Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Eggs
- Easter Egg Fruit Pizza
- Shortcut Italian Easter Bread Rings
- Mini Easter Bundt Cakes
How to Prepare the Pudding and Cream Cheese Frosting
How to Prepare the Cookie Crumbs
How to Put the Dessert Together
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