Bottoms Up Bunny Chocolate Mousse Cups

Our house is Chocolate Capital when Easter comes around. And I don’t mind this because I do love chocolate. 

At this time of year there are usually Easter morning teas, afternoon teas and general get-togethers on the long weekend. I do adore this time of year. 

All these events often require a ‘bring a plate’ to share. While I do love to get my baking on, it’s been hot of late in QLD and I haven’t been in the mood to bake. Other events in my life have made me look for easy ways to celebrate Easter without having to turn the oven on. 

And these Bottoms Up Bunny Chocolate Mousse Cups will do just the trick. 

I usually make my own chocolate mousse. You can check out recipe here. (I’m well known by friends by this recipe and I do get asked for it all the time!)

But if you can’t be bothered, the Minions or YoGo Chocolate Mousse or Custard Cups can work just as well. 

Bottoms Up Bunny Choc Mousse Cups


  •  Minions Chocolate Mousse Cups (available at Woolies)
  •  Edible Marker (available in a pack of 4 in Woolies Baking aisle)
  •  White Chocolate Melts
  •  Whipped Cream in a Can (or if it’s too hot, white marshmallows)

Bottoms Up Choc Bunny Cups Ingredients

How To

It’s so easy, you won’t need instructions. 

Draw your paw prints with the black edible pen on the white choc melt buds. 

paw prints Bottoms Up Bunny Choc Mousse Cups

Place them facing up, but upside down diagonally. A squirt of cream makes the bunny tail.

Bottoms Up Bunny Choc Mousse Cups

Your Bottoms Up Bunny Chocolate Mousse Cups are ready to be served.

Bottoms Up Bunny Choc Mousse Cups


1. If it’s incredibly hot in your neck of the woods at Easter, replace the cream with a white marshmallow

2. Carry the completed choc mousses in a cupcake tray to keep them from toppling over. Makes them easy to transport. 

3. Don’t forget to bring spoons! 

The hardest trick is not getting a spoon and eating one or three of these once they are made. MMMhmmm! 

Other Easter Recipes

Easter Chocolate Freckle Bunny Tail Biscuits

Chocolate Shards

Rocky Road with Easter Chocolate

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1 Comment

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    Dad Life
    March 15, 2019 at 12:04 am

    These are so cute. I am going to have to make these for my kids while they are on spring break. I am sure they will love them.

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