Make this cute Easter Bunny Platter to make the day even more festive. Shape your favorite fruits, vegetables, crackers, and cheese into the world's most loved rabbit! The Easter Bunny's not just for the kids— adults will love this delicious bunny-shaped platter too!
Easter wouldn't be complete without lots of bunny and chick shaped sugar snacks and treats. Peeps, jelly beans, and chocolate eggs seem to rule Easter morning and Easter egg hunts.
I'll be taking it a step further and serving a candy-filled Easter charcuterie board for dessert, too!
So let's make a healthy Easter Bunny platter filled with lots of fruit, vegetables, cheese, and crackers. For those moments between the sweet snacking.
This fun bunny-shaped snack board took me about 20 minutes to create, and that includes stopping to take pictures to show you how it's done.
You should be able to recreate this appetizer in 10 to 15 minutes, so not only is it really fun to make and look at it, it's quick and easy!
Make sure to check out this full guide to making easy, kid-friendly charcuterie boards along with tips and tricks to make eye-catching and festive boards for any occasion.
The Easter Bunny platter can be served as a snacking appetizer until dinner or during brunch.
It's a great addition to these Easter dinner recipes.
Easter Dinner Ideas
- Instant Pot Cabbage Rolls
- Kebab Hindi: Syrian Lamb Meatballs, Vegetables and Rice
- Instant Pot Lamb Stew
- Lasagna Roll Ups
- Instant Pot Venison Roast
Or serve it as a compliment to all those fun, sugary desserts and snacks.
More Fun Easter Foods
- Mini Easter Cheesecake (Instant Pot Recipe)
- No Bake Cheesecake Bites: Coconut Easter Bunny Tails
- Easter Sugar Cookies
- Easter Egg Hunt Pudding Cups
🧾 What I Used
For this board I used:
- Ears: crackers and raspberries
- Eyes: blueberries
- Nose: raspberry
- Mouth: mini pepper slices
- Whiskers: skinny baby carrots
- Face: hummus
- Arms: long cracker sticks
- Paws: crackers
- Belly: white cheddar cubes
- Bow tie: baby carrots and a raspberry
- Fillers: red and green grapes
If you don't like hummus, other dip suggestions are french onion dip, yogurt, flavored cream cheese, and spinach dip.
It's easy to follow along and make this fun charcuterie as I have, or use your own favorite foods. Just make sure to get something for every body part on the bunny, plus fillers for around it.
You'll need just 1 bowl for this board, to put the dip in for the face. You can find charcuterie boards just about in any home goods store. There are a ton of choices on Amazon.
A rectangular board is best for this bunny-shaped charcuterie. You can also use a long cutting board, as I did here.
The easiest way to create this Easter Bunny platter is to put it together in this order:
- Add the dip and bowl to the board and shape the ears and belly around it.
- Then add the arms and fillers around the ears.
- Next add the paws at the bottom corners, along with the bow tie.
- Then make the face and fill in the ears.
Then serve it and enjoy!
Easter Bunny Platter
- 1 package round crackers
- 2 cups green grapes
- 3 cups red grapes
- 2 cups white cheddar cheese cubes
- 2 cups hummus or other dip
- 8 oz raspberries
- 1 package long crackers
- 2 blueberries
- 10 baby carrots
- 1 red mini bell pepper
- On a rectangular wooden board, place 1 medium sized bowl filled with the dip. Shape crackers into ears above it.
- Add the cheddar cheese cubes below the bowl to make the bunny's belly. Add long cracker sticks for the arms, and carrots as a bow tie. Place 1 raspberry at the center of the "bow tie".
- Arrange red and green grapes around the ears to fill the remaining top portion of the board. On opposite sides of the bottom, add crackers to create bunny paws. Fill in the ears with raspberries.
- Make the face using blueberries as eyes, skinny carrots as whiskers, raspberry as a nose, and sliced peppers as the mouth.
- Serve and enjoy!
I hope you and your family enjoy this super cute bunny board, and will let me know how it turned out in the comments below.