Saturday, March 24, 2012

Down the bunny hole push-up pop treats and a giveaway.


I have been waiting for the perfect opportunity to use my new push-up pop containers and couldn't resist using the modeling chocolate bunny butts I made for my Ravenous Rabbit Cupcakes to create these Down the Bunny Hole treats. I made these the same day I made my cupcakes, which was a few weeks ago, and thought, "oh this is such an original idea." To make sure that is was, I searched in Internet to see if anyone else had already published a tutorial and didn't find a thing.

I was so excited to share this tutorial and giveaway, but wanted to wait, so that I didn't have two giveaways going at the same time. Yesterday I wrote my tutorial and had just finished writing the details of a giveaway by my new sponsor Smidge & Pinch Cupcakes and Posh Party Supplies. I copied the tutorial and went to send it to Theresa who owns Smidge & Pinch and noticed that she has a Facebook page for her site. I hadn't yet visited her Facebook page, so I thought I should do that. I opened the page, scrolled down just a bit and about fell out of my chair. There on her page was a picture of almost the identical push up pops. I followed the link and found that they were created by Lynlee's Petite Cakes (see her amazing Easter sweets and decorations including her push-up pops here.) She is wildly talented.

I wasn't surprised at all that someone else came up with this idea, but  I was stunned at how much the bunnies in our treats looked alike.

Now I was in a pickle.

I always do my research and try to make sure I'm not publishing something that someone else has already done. I want my site to be filled with unique edible crafts and work hard to create things that are clever and new. I've come up with edible craft ideas before, then found very similar projects already out there, so I either change it a lot or don't use it. I LOVE this Easter push pop treat and after much debate, I decided to share my tutorial with you because Lynlee doesn't offer any instructions for making her pops.

There are a few differences in our pops; she filled her push-up pop containers with chocolate pudding and Oreo Cookie crumbs, where I used chocolate cake dirt and green coconut grass instead. Either way you make them, they are adorably cute. 


They are a bit top heavy, so you'll want to secure them in a push pop display or do what I did and add shredded tissue paper in a basket and nestle them in the shred.


Down the Bunny Hole Push-Up Pop Treats (makes 12)

Before you begin, you will need to make white modeling chocolate. Click here for the recipe and directions on adding color, as well as, troubleshooting information. 

Ingredients:

1 recipe white modeling chocolate (recipe here)
pink candy coloring 
powdered sugar to dust work surface
corn syrup to "glue" the modeling chocolate pieces together
12 chocolate cupcakes (or 1 - 8" cake)
1 cup chocolate frosting
1 cup sweetened coconut*
green food coloring

*If you or your kids don't like coconut, you can use edible Easter grass. It comes in long strands which could easily be cut into smaller pieces. You might need two packages. I bought mine at Walgreen's but also saw it at Target. You can also buy it on Amazon.com here.



Supplies Needed:

#12 round pastry tip and # 6 round pastry tips, optional
rolling pin, optional

12 push-up pop containers
pastry bag or zip top bag
quart size zip top bag

Instructions:


Optional: Pinch off about two tablespoons of white modeling chocolate and color it light pink. Note: The pink candy coloring is vibrant, so use just a tiny amount of it to make your pink. Lightly dust work surface with powdered sugar. Roll out the pink modeling chocolate as thin as possible. Press the small end of the #6 round pastry tip into the clay, twist, then pull up. Continue doing this until you fill the pastry tip with small rounds of pink modeling chocolate. Turn it upside down and allow rounds to fall out. You'll need 72 tiny rounds. Do the same making 24 larger rounds using the #12 tip. 

Alternately: you could just pinch off very small amounts of the pink modeling chocolate and roll them into balls then flatten to make your circles. This will take more time, though.

Pinch off teaspoon size pieces of white modeling chocolate. Roll into balls, then flatten into an oblong shape creating 24 bunny feet. 

Dip a fine tip paint brush or toothpick into corn syrup. Brush onto the center of each foot. Press one pink round onto each foot. Brush three small dots of corn syrup around the edge of each foot and press on three tiny pink rounds. You can use water instead for this step. I think the corn syrup will hold the larger pieces in the next step a bit better than the water, though.


Pinch off 12 pieces of white modeling chocolate (a little less than a tablespoon) and roll them into balls for the bunny bodies. Pinch off 12 pea size pieces of white and roll them into balls for the tails.  Pinch off 24 slightly smaller pieces and roll into balls, then flatten on either side to make little legs. Brush the top of each large ball with a dab of corn syrup. Attach a tail. To make your tails look fuzzy, use a knife to jab at the ball pulling out little tufts of modeling chocolate all around it. Attach two legs with corn syrup then attach a foot on each leg.


Allow your modeling chocolate bunny butts to dry for at least an hour so they are easier to handle.


If you don't have a stand for your push-up pops, you'll want to secure them somehow before filling with the cake. I filled a large basket with shredded paper and it worked great, but I'm thinking about buying a stand for future use. I'm sure it is much easier if you have one to keep the push pops from toppling over while your filling them, plus it offers a wonderful way to display your push pop treats.

Crumble up the cupcakes and stir in 2 tablespoons of chocolate frosting. You want the mixture to be loose and crumbly so it looks like dirt. I mixed my cake and frosting in my Kitchen-Aid Mixer, which worked great. 

Assemble the push-up pop containers then fill them about 3/4 full with the crumbled cake.


Put remaining frosting in a pastry bag or zip top bag and snip off the tip and pipe some frosting into the center of each push-up pop (don't fill to the edge, you want the coconut to show around the edge, not the frosting.) 

Put coconut in a zip top bag. Add a few drops of green food coloring, close bag, and shake. Add more coloring if needed, shake again, being sure all the coconut is colored green. Sprinkle the green coconut around the frosting, filling each container to the top. Pipe on a bit more frosting in the center of the coconut. Press one bunny butt onto the frosting. 


Your Down the Bunny Hole Push-Up Pop Treats are ready to serve. You can cover them with plastic wrap and keep them at room temperature for a day, maybe two. 


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- Beth

Items used to make this project that are available on Amazon.com (commission earned for sales)



Enter to win a $25 Gift Card to Smidge and Pinch

Giveaway/Sweepstakes

Prize:
$25 gift certificate to Smidge and Pinch Cupcake and Posh Party Supplies

Mandatory Entry: 
Leave a comment below. That's it. It's that simple. You can tell me what you think about the treat, bunny butts, my dilemma, your chocolate cravings, whatever.

But, if you'd like to increase your chances of winning you can do any of the following 
to get bonus entries.

Extra entries:  
1 entry if you visit the Smidge and Pinch site and come back here and tell me at least one item you'd like to buy using the gift certificate (aside from the push-up pop containers)
1 entry if you "Like" Hungry Happenings on Facebook
1 entry if you follow Hungry Happenings via GFC
1 entry if you Pin this recipe on Pinterest

Leave a separate comment for each entry.

Contest runs through April 5, 2012. Winner to be drawn at random from all valid entries. Entrants must reside in the United States and be over 18 years of age. Void where prohibited by law. No purchase necessary. Odds of winning are based on the total number of valid entries (maximum of five entries per person.) Winner will be notified and have 72 hours to respond. If the winner doesn't  respond in that time frame another winner will be chosen. This contest is sponsored by Smidge and Pinch but all of my opinions mentioned above are true and honest. 


240 comments:

  1. These are fantastic! I just want to laugh out loud when I look at the picture. Too cute

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  2. I think this is an adorable idea and since I have about a 100 push pop containers I think might try this, I also would love to buy each and every cupcake liner with the gift card if I were to win the give away and I look forward to reading your face book page and more of your blog, great ideas and fun to read. Thanks for sharing,

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  3. I am so glad I found this, it has given me a great idea for the 100 push pop containers I have. I stopped by the smidge and pinch site and I would love everyone of the cupcake liners, the colors are amazing. Thank you so much for sharing your ideas and the fun blog, I look forward to seeing your posts on face book. Again thanks for sharing

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  4. Awesome~Awesome~Awesome!! I thought your cupcake version was *off-the-charts* cute! These truly are extraordinary! I've had 2 dozen push-pops for over a year. I wanted to save them for my own special creation. You have inspired me to start thinking again! :)

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  5. I *liked* your blog on FB! On my 1st comment, i was so excited to post it that i didn't even read the post first..I just looked at the photos. So..it's really hard when you've come up with a great idea only to find someone else did too! I'm pretty new to blogging, and I'm absolutely learning as i go. My 2nd post was making a cookie another blogger had already made! I know now..don't do it! But as i see it, you had already come up with the cupcake..and I just love your push pop design. I'm SO glad you decided to post it! :)

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  6. i like the cookie cutters its hard to pick just one but if i had tooo it would be the magic wand one

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  7. i will so pin this its way to cool not tooo

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  8. I like HH on FB :)

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  9. This idea is so darn adorable!

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  10. These are so cute! I often have these awesome ideas, then the next day, I see someone else did too! You have to remember Great Minds Think Alike!
    melissamandella@yahoo.com

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  11. I also like you on face book

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  12. Also, I love those cute little paper colored straws on Smidge & Pinch! And she has some very cute cookie cutters!

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  13. Found the link on facebook. These are so cute, such a wonderful Easter treat. Any child or adult would love to eat one of these. I am so happy to have found these. Thank you so much for your great creations. :)

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  14. adorable...my husband drilled some holes in a scrap piece of wood and made me a push-up pop
    holder

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    1. That is a great idea. I'll have to look around to see what we have to use to make a stand. I always like cheap alternatives!

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  15. Your push-up pops are the most adorable things I have seen in a long time!! I've never tried modeling chocolate, but now I might. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  16. I like Hungry Happenings on Facebook!

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  17. Smidge & Pinch is great. I like their edible cupcake toppers, especially the Diva ones! Thanks!

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  18. wow! i am in awe. i found this via facebook. i liked you there then came here.

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  19. I would buy the write on ink and the cookie cutters are cool. maybe get those little mickey mouse things. the smidge and pinch site is cool.

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  20. i think it is hard to always come up with something original, but your site is full of fresh, fun and unique yummies! your hard work shows.

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  21. wow! i am in awe. i found this via facebook. i liked you there then came here.

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  22. Connie Bolick LeeMarch 25, 2012 at 2:27 PM

    These are so cute. Some people can come up with the most creative ideas!
    lclee59@centurylink.net

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  23. You always come up with the cutest ideas!

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  24. Omg these are totally cute! These would go great with our Easter egg hunt!
    Jennifer Johnson
    Sunflowerjen@mac.com

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  25. I love your assortment of drinking straws and all the awesome cupcake wrappers. If I win I am going to go crazy buying. Thanks
    Jennifer Johnson
    Sunflowerjen@mac.com

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  26. super cute! i just orderd push pop containers last week.. just might have to try these :)

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  27. i would buy sprinkles from smidge & pinch.. i LOVE sprinkles!! i probably currently have like 25 pounds of them! lol

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  28. Connie Bolick LeeMarch 25, 2012 at 3:03 PM

    I would like to buy some of the cute cookie cutters, such as the teapot, pig, rooster, acorn, and cardinal with the gift certificate if I won.
    lclee59@centurylink.net

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  29. Connie Bolick LeeMarch 25, 2012 at 3:05 PM

    I like Hungry Happenings on facebook
    lclee59@centurylink.net

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  30. I love these adorable spring bunnies!! I also love your shop, I've shopped there many times, and my favorite thing is your paper straws! I used them at my daughters Sweet 16 party 2 weeks ago, and they were a hit!

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  31. I love these spring bunnies! I also love your shop! I have shopped there many times, and I have to say my favorite things are the paper straws! I bought some for my daughters Sweet 16 2 weeks ago, and they were a hit! All of her friends loved the novelty of them!

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  32. These are just too cute.

    tompam11727@yahoo.com

    Pam & Nina's Crafty Cakes

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  33. These are just too cute. Thanks for sharing the tutorial.

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  34. I visited Smidge and a Pinch. Have purchased from them before but could always use more cookie cutters.

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  35. Actually, the same thing happened to me....with you! You published your very adorable conversation heart cheesecakes and I had just made almost the exact same cheesecakes. I decided not to post, yours were much cuter anyway!! :) I'll have to send you the photo! AND I love your bunny push pops!

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    1. Oh, I'd love to see your version of the Conversation Heart Cheesecakes. I know people have similar ideas all the time and sometimes it's amazing just how similar an idea can be executed. My cheesecakes were a huge hit, so obviously people thought it was a good idea, including you. Be sure to send me a picture and I'll post it in my Reader's Gallery.

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  36. These bunny butts are really cute.
    lynnandevelyn@msn.com

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  37. I pinned this post on my Pinterest board.
    lynnandevelyn@msn.com

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  38. If I won, I'd start out with an edible ink writer and some edible pearls.
    lynnandevelyn@msn.com

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  39. A contest ~ yippee! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  40. This just made my day!!! So cute and funny. Thanks so much for inspiring us each week with your wonderful creations and sharing it at Sharing Saturday. See you next week :)

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  41. what a fantastic idea i love them great for an Easter party the dancers were my daughter dances with love these for the little ones great idea

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  42. Great tutorial! I am so making these!

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  43. Hmm, more like what would I *not* buy from Smidge and Pinch? I love their paper straws and I would love some of their cool cupcake liners for putting in my kids' bento lunches. My daughter likes anything houndstooth so for sure those.

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  44. These are so cute!! I also love how you did the cake to look like dirt.

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  45. Liked Hungry Happenings on Facebook.

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  46. Repinned the bunny hole push-up pops recipe on Pinterest.

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  47. Wow! Where to begin...there are so many things at Smidge & Pinch I'd love. I'd probably stock up on things I use for cake decorating -- gel colors, wooden skewers and those wonderful wooden cocktail forks (They're great for giving stability to molded figures!). I am so happy I "Stumbled upon" your site -- wonderfully creative ideas!

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  48. Wow! Where to begin...There are so many things on Smidge and Pinch that I'd love. I'd probably stock up on cake decorating supplies -- gel colors, wooden skewers and wooden cocktail forks (They're great for giving stability to carved figures that tend to swivel on round dowels/skewers), sprinkles/glitter...It'd be hard to choose! So glad I discovered your site. You have wonderfully creative ideas!

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  49. I pinned the bunny push up pops on Pinterest.

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  50. I "liked" Hungry Happenings on Facebook.

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  51. The bunny butts are so Cute!! Will be trying to make these!

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  52. I love the striped straws. I will be ordering them for an idea I have.
    Deanna Orsega65@comcast.net

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  53. love this idea so cute for easter

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  54. I just bought the containers from a different site for more money. Thanks for the link!

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  55. I just bought these containers from a different site for more money, thanks for the link. I'll be shopping with Smidge & Pinch!

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  56. Unbelievably cute! This is the most adorable Easter post I've ever seen!

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  57. These are the cutest things ever. Thanks for sharing and for chance to win.

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  58. I am new here; just found you and love your blog already.Thankyou for Bunny hole tutorial.

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  59. I LOVE your bunny butts :D You're so creative, Beth!!! :)I think they're adorable - and loved the cupcakes, too. :) Thanks SO much for sharing your creativity - and for the generous giveaway!

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  60. I think I'd order some of the cupcake liners - I LOVE polka dots, and those hot pink ones and black ones are SOOOOOOOOOOO cute! :D

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  61. I absolutely LOVE these cute bunny bootys! My kids will flip over them. I'm delving into modeling chocolate this week, these may be on my list of to dos!

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  62. Oh. I will totally be purchasing the black matte sugar beads and yellow and white scalloped cupcake liners from Smidge and Pinch! Hopefully with my gift certificate ;). Their website is now on my favorites!

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  63. These are super adorable! Thanks for the detailed instructions, I'm gonna try in making them!

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  64. Their website is awesome! I'd get some cupcake toppers, cookie cutters, awesome straws, edible beads/decorations...oh the endless posibilities!

    nancy.limon@live.com

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  65. I just pinned this awesomeness!! :)

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  66. i'm still new to the blogging thing,But i have run into your dilemma as well.
    You can search and search and find nothing like what you've thought of but as soon as you go to post it, it pops right up. I love these pops and the bunnies are super cute so i'm very glad you posted them. :)

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  67. i went to the website which is great and my sisters baby shower is coming up
    so I would definitely get the rubber ducky and bubble sprinkles and the dinosaurs (its a boy)

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  68. I love these, the bunny butts sticking up are just too cute!! <3 I am so happy you posted them because other wise I wouldn't have seen them. I love all the things you make.

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  69. Love the site Smidge and Pinch Cupcake and Posh Party Supplies,it would be hard to decide what I would get....I want so much lol. I would start off getting some decorating picks (couldn't believe the choices she had), then some straws...wow so many to choose from!!! By then my $25 would be gone....but I would continue to purchase more items....great store thanks for sharing with us. Wish I had found the site when I need decorating picks.....but I will need them again and now I know where to go....saved in my favorites.

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  70. Following Hungry Happenings via GFC

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  71. These are absolutely adorable. Even my daughter though they were cute.

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  72. I like Hungry Happenings on FB. Going to go back and check out older posts.

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  73. I will be ordering the Lil Chief cupcake kit for my sons birthday in May. Funny, I just started planning it this morning:)

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  74. I have pinned this on Pinterest to share with others.

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  75. These bunny butts are too cute for words! Love it!
    ~Amy

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  76. Oh gosh we are going to Disney in a few months and I would love some Disney sprinkles and anything else Disney!

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  77. I love these adorable bunny butts! It's so creative and a great Easter treat too!
    my email: quidnunc123@yahoo.com

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  78. I checked out the website! My cousins birthday is coming up and she LOVES Mickey Mouse, so the Mickey Mouse sprinkles would be an awesome topping on some cupcakes or something!!!
    my email: quidnunc123@yahoo.com

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  79. I just love your creative skills. It amazing!

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  80. I like Hungry Happenings on Facebook.

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  81. I follow Hungry Happenings via GFC.

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  82. I Pin this recipe on Pinterest.
    http://pinterest.com/Cinbat03/

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  83. These are super cute.. Thank you for sharing

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  84. oh wow, too cute. I love it. i wouldn't worry about finding someone else made these too...you were being unique when YOU made them, and that's the main thing.

    lauren51990 at aol dot com

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  85. Eeeek! So darling! Best variation on the bunny butt cake I have ever seen!

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  86. These are sooooo cute!!! I don't have the patience to work with that many tiny pieces though!

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  87. Oh...I "liked" the Hungry Happenings page on FB.

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  88. This recipe has been "pinned" to my "Other Holidays" board!

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  89. I visited the Smidge 'n Pinch website...I would love to have some of those chocolate rocks and a couple of edible writing pens. I've been eyeing them for a while now.

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  90. Absolutely adorable. They bring a smile to my face! Thank you for so generously sharing the tutorial and your talents!

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  91. I have no words to explain how beautiful it is!! I loveeeee it!
    Have a nice day!

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  92. Here a new follower! I love your projects!

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  93. Such a cute idea!!! Thinking I might just have to make these for Easter.

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  94. These are beyond adorable! Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday :)

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  95. Hu - Thank you for creating such a cute treat!

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  96. I would buy the Black and White Stripe Striped Stripey Paper Drinking Straws

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  97. I liked hungry happenings on facebook

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  98. I love your ideas, the fruit pizza shaped like a beach ball will probably be this summer's go to "impress the friends" dessert.

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  99. If I won the gift certificate, I'd choose the Star Wars cupcake set for my son, giraffe cupcake liners for a friend, striped straws for me, and chocolate rocks for my daughter. What fun!

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  100. Your bunny butts are absolutely adorable and I couldn't wait to pin it!

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  101. I seriously need cupcake liners and paper straws for my boys' birthdays!

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  102. Oh, I guess I should have left the separate pin comment here...so here it is! :)

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  103. sue gibson
    buzzbrian@aol.com
    You have THE cutest ideas!!!

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  104. You are so crazy creative, Beth! It's a small world on the internet:) I had the same thing happen to me once, but it all worked out.

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  105. I would buy some push up containers with my gift certificate if i win. What a neat site
    sue gibson
    buzzbrian@aol.com

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  106. These are SO ADORABLE!!! I love them so much and want to make them for our family Easter party. All te kids would love them!

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  107. I pinned this on Pinterest into my Easter board. Love it!

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  108. I would buy the edible pearls, they're pretty and would add a lot to a cute cupcake or anything im sure!

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  109. So Ok did Anyone not smile at these... love them, thanks you have a great gift....

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  110. Your bunny pops are so cute. I tried all of your links and could not get to the website. Kept getting an error message

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    1. Thanks Cheri, What website were you trying to get to? I just checked all the links in the post and they worked. I do have people tell me they have trouble leaving comments and get error messages. Is that what you are having trouble with?

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  111. I am going to try and make these adorable butts for my kids.

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  112. I pinned this to Pinterest for my friends to try!!

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  113. LOVEd you on facebook :-)

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  114. This is a really cute idea that I could see using for a plethora of special occasions and/or holidays!

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  115. I'd use the money towards the Ultimate Pearls Beads Dragees Balls 12 Piece Set.

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  116. These are just too cute!! If I won I would definitly buy some of the Push Up Containers from Smidge & Pinch!

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  117. I liked Hungry Happenings on FB!

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  118. Perfect for my baking and bunny loving family!

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  119. Super cute! I had another idea for the push pops for Easter but these are much more adorable.

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  120. I'd like to buy these:
    http://www.artfire.com/ext/shop/product_view/cute/2743494/12_ice_cream_cone_pink_glitter_cupcake_toppers_picks/handmade/edibles/baked_goods/cupcakes

    and these:
    http://www.artfire.com/ext/shop/product_view/cute/3804556/36_Little_Black_Dress_Cupcake_Topper_Picks_-_Perfect_for_Bacholerette/Craft_Supplies/Edibles

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  121. I love, love, love this idea. I have wanted to buy the push pops for awhile and these just might be the one that pushes me into spending the money on them. These would be so cute as a table decoration for the Easter table and then it will be dessert also.

    Aprilk824@comcast.net

    Aprilshomecooking.

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  122. Cute! Cute! Love your bunny push pops.

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  123. My My My... Now who wouldn't want these little bunny butts Easter morning??...I'm gathering supplies already!!!!...Your ideas just make me smile I can't wait for the kids to see these!!..Thanks again...Oodie

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  124. I wanted everything I seen on smidge and pinch!!...I can put it all to good use..LOL...I really liked the selection of cupcake lines...I bake alot of cupcakes and I'm always trying new liners because most bleed through and the final result just isn't as cute..Thanks for the chance to win goodies we can all use..Take Care...Oodie

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  125. That has gotta be one of the cutest ideas ever. I'd so want to eat the bunny butt first.

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  126. What a cute and fabulous idea! I've never seen anything like these! Love them!

    aniwilsonintx at hotmail dot com

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  127. liked hungry happenings on FB as Ani G W

    aniwilsonintx at hotmail dot com

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  128. I would get the pink and white striped paper straws and the hot pink with white polka dot cupcake liners.

    aniwilsonintx at hotmail dot com

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  129. Your push up pop bunny butts are so stinkin' adorable!! And your instructions are so clear that I really think I can make these! Gonna give it a try, love cute bunny butts!

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  130. These are adorable. I'm not sure I can make the bunny bottoms look as good as yours, though!

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  131. So cute - lil' bunny butts! Love, love! Don't know if I'll have time, but I want to do these for Easter.

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  132. These seriously just made my day!! So freaking cute!

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  133. These are seriously adorable and seem easier than the cupcakes . I've been wanting to try out making a push pop dessert. Are the containers reusable? Thanks for the fun and awesome goodies and giveaway.

    awhitehead357@gmail.com

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    1. Thank you! Yes, the containers are easily washed and reusable.

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  134. I would get the push up pop containers $22 and the pig cookie cutter.
    awhitehead357@gmail.com

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  135. Like you on facebook. (amber whitehead)

    awhitehead357@gmail.com

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  136. I pinned to my Easter Board http://pinterest.com/aawhitehead/

    awhitehead357@gmail.com

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  137. I think these are adorable! I'm not sure mine would turn out as well but I think I'll try. I love your site! Thanks for sharing, you have a gift! Cressberry@yahoo.com

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  138. I liked you on Face Book. cressberry@yahoo.com

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  139. I've seen some of your ideas on Pintrest but I don't see a pin it button. Is it okay to share your items or would you prefer we not? Either way, thanks for sharing! cressberry@yahoo.com

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    1. Absolutely share as many of my ideas as you'd like. I guess I need to add a Pin it button. I get pinned so often, that I didn't realize I needed it. I'll look into that soon. Thanks for stopping by!

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  140. I just love these little bunny bottom cups. Thank you for sharing!!!!

    Thank you for offering this giveaway.

    sandyb720 at gmail dot com

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  141. I love everything on Smidge and Pinch and I would buy something from their wonderful collection of cookie cutters.

    Thank you

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  142. I am following Hungry Happenings on facebook.

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  143. I am following Hungry Happenings on GFC

    Thank you

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  144. I pinned on Pinterest:

    http://pinterest.com/pin/20266267043282519/

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  145. These are so cute! I am going to have to try making these bunny butts. :)

    I visited the Smidge and Pinch Cupcake and Posh Party Supplies site to check them out, that have so many cute supplies! I love the Edible Teeny Tiny Metallic Gold Stars!

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  146. Love the bunnies and my kids thought they were lots of fun. Will definitely be trying this next year.

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  147. Would love to purchase the push up containers. Will be doing a superhero theme for the kiddos birthday and already planned to use them for yogurt pops to offset the cake sugar rush. Will probably pick up themed straws too.

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  148. Hi Beth! The bunnies are just adorable! I cannot keep up with you! Just had a chance to make the carrot cones and now THIS design has "hopped" to the top of my list! Thank you! And you do realize that perhaps the "other" poster of the bunny pop might have been inspired by YOUR cupcake...????

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  149. Hi Beth! Just stopping by with congratulations! Your project was in the top 5 most popular posts for March on Fun Family Crafts! Thanks for sharing your creativity and we hope you'll submit more. If you would like to see the post and grab a TOP 5 button, you can see it here http://funfamilycrafts.com/march-2012-top-posts/ Thanks!

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    1. That's pretty cool. Thanks Amanda. I added the Top 5 button to my Featured On page.

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  150. These are adorable. Son't have hte push pop things but may try to make these for the tops of the Easter cupcakes I am making for next Saturday - my church's Egg Hunt.

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    1. Thanks! These cute little bunnies do look great on cupcakes. I made some and added a big bunch of carrots. You can see them here ... http://www.hungryhappenings.com/2012/03/ravenous-rabbit-cupcakes-are-sure-to.html

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  151. There is so much stuff that's hard to choose. Prob some cookie cutters - the castle and such. And some of the brigther cupcake lines. Hope I win - could use the stuff.

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  152. These are adorable! Thanks for the idea.

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  153. Bunny butts are the cutest thing EVER!

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  154. http://pinterest.com/pin/106608716149251694/

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  155. So stinkin' cute!! Almost too cute to eat!

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  156. I visited Smidge n Pinch. I would order the candy rocks. They are hard to find and would be wonderful for Halloween food crafts! Also love the straws and pops.

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  157. I love your site!! You are so talented! I liked you on Facebook, if they had a love button I would have clicked it! I visited Smidge n Pinch, if I won I would definately buy the edible pearls just to start, would probably end up with the prize just being a drop in the bucket of what I would spend there. Thanks for sharing your amazing talent!

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  158. I can say from experience, these are very tasty and adorable!

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  159. It doesn't get any cuter than this! We have an unspoken tradtion of cute holiday desserts. That is, who brings the cutest, most awesome dessert to the family gathering. I've been slacking and need to get back into the game. I think these butt bunnies will be perfect!

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  160. This is a great site!! Is the first time I see it and just spent an hour looking through all the wonderful creations! It's amazing! I definitely would love to win that certificate since I don't have many of the tools needed for this and some other ones of your creations...
    I don't know for sure yet if I'll make this one but I will for sure make the filled carrots for breakfast on Easter.

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    1. So happy you found Hungry Happenings and have enjoyed searching through the archived posts.

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  161. Just liked you on Facebook ;-)

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  162. From Smidge and Pinch: There are lots of things I'd like, but one of my faves right now are the edible toppers, especially the princess ones, for my little girl's upcoming 3rd birthday, and the cupcake liners to go with them.

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  163. Omgosh....the bunny butts are soooo cute! Just discovered you and see lots of things I would like to try!

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    1. Welcome Sherry. I'm happy you found Hungry Happenings and like what you see:)

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  164. What a great idea! Will try these out-but use rice krispies as the body...(my kids love anything rice krispie and its easy and fast to work with. Thanks for the idea! So cute! Love your site!! Keep up the great work!

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  165. Just found your site on erecipecards.com & so glad I did! Those are the cutest bunny butts I've ever seen! TFS!

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  166. I checked out Smidge & Pinch & I'm a sucker for cupcake papers & SRPINKLES!!! Would love to add to my stash! :)

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  167. I pinned the bunny butts! They are adorable! :)

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  168. I liked Hungry Happenings on Facebook

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