A New Easter Tradition: How to Make Bunny Poo Poo
Little Bunny Foo Foo Left Some Bunny Poo Poo
Would you like to make Easter more exciting this year? Perhaps you'd like to gross out your friends and family members, while delighting them with a delicious chocolate snack? Well, I have just the treat for you: bunny poo poo!
My co-worker and I came up with this idea based on one of our other activities at work. We "hop" each other for Easter by leaving treats on desks, and I became inspired by some feedback from my article about that subject. I thought it would be funny to make something called bunny poo poo for those that did not participate. In the end, we got so carried away with the idea, we made a giant bowl for everyone at work.
Turns out, no one minds eating something that looks like rabbit poop as long as it is chocolate. So basically, if you would like to make this sweet treat for Easter, all you need to do is get food that looks like bunny poo and mix it in a bowl. It is easy to make and everyone loves it. I am sure you can try variations of this treat, perhaps with salted nuts or something to make it a little less sweet if that is what you desire.
- 1 box Cocoa Puffs
- 2 bags Small chocolate marshmallows, (Or one bag of chocolate and one bag of cinnamon marshmallows)
- 1 giant box Whoppers, (the chocolate kind, not the burger from Burger King)
- 1 large box or several small boxes Chocolate covered peanuts
- 2 - 3 small boxes Milk Duds
- OPTIONAL Chocolate covered raisins
- OPTIONAL Chocolate chips
- Take all your ingredients, open all the boxes and bags.
- Pour everything into a large bowl.
- Mix well.
That Was Easy
Wow, how easy is that recipe? Anyone can do it, including small children. Some tips I discovered:
- Chocolate covered raisins tend to throw off the taste. They are just way too healthy for this mix anyway even though you could use them as a substitute for the chocolate covered peanuts if someone has an allergy.
- Any type of chocolate covered nuts are going to be delicious in this mix. You could even make a variation with just Whoppers, chocolate covered nuts, Cocoa Puffs, and Milk Duds, and it would be delicious.
- Yes, I think Reese's Puffs cereal could work for this recipe, too.
- Basically, anything small, semi-round, and brown is going to work for bunny poo. That is really what I am trying to tell you.
Fun Ideas for this Recipe
Aside from just making bunny poo poo, I feel like the presentation of it matters as well. My co-worker and I put everything in a bowl, placed plastic Easter bags beside it so everyone could take some, and put a sign next to the bowl. The sign should read something like: Little Bunny Foo Foo hopped along and left some bunny poo poo. You can use your imagination on this one.
It is intended to be funny, and no one was offended by the name "bunny poo poo." There wasn't anyone that was unable to eat it because of the poopy images the name of it brought to mind. I would also assume older children that may be a bit tired of Easter traditions will find the disgusting humor entertaining. One of my co-workers even suggested taking a stuffed bunny and squatting him over the bowl. Needless to say, we did not do that.
Make sure to create your own bunny poop this Easter. If you do happen to have a real rabbit indoors, you probably need to keep him away from the bunny poo poo. You would not want to make any mistakes with his own special "gifts" he leaves you and fake bunny poo, if you know what I mean. Happy Easter!
© 2013 Jeannie InABottle