Bunny Peep Pops

I saw the adorable chocolate covered Easter Peep Pops on Make and Takes and wanted to make our own version! We used white chocolate on top, edible eyes, and sprinkle noses. The girls made these all by themselves and did such a great job! Easy, cheap, and a fun class treat!
I love them just with edible eyes and a nose, but if you want you can use a food color pen (such as Americolor) to add features...
Bunny Peep Pops
Bunny peeps
white chocolate
Sucker sticks
edible eyes
some kind of sprinkle or candy for nose (we used a large Wilton nonpareil)
Wax paper
Sucker bags (optional)
Ribbon (optional)

Grab a group of your friends and get ready for some fun! This is the H family, some of our bestest buddies. See how Miss H came prepared with her apron? She's going to be a great chef!
Melt the chocolate and let the kids dip one side of the peep in it. Lay on wax paper. Add edible eyes, a nose (or whatever else they want). Dip a sucker stick in a generous amount of chocolate and push into bottom of peep to make the "tail" and adhere the sucker to the stick. Let sit to harden.
If you can catch them before they're gobbled up, you can wrap in sucker bags and tie with ribbon. Happy Easter!
I put out lots of extra sprinkles, mini marshmallows, and other fun goodies for the kids to use...we had some cute and silly bunnies!