Bunny Tail Brunch

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By: Kelsey Graves of We Heart Parties

Hippity hop, hippity hop, the Easter bunny is on its way! This Easter, why not throw a “bunny tail” brunch that kids and adults alike will love? Fill your morning with pastel colors, fluffy bunny tails, a bunny ear napkin fold and delicious bunny tail pancake stacks.

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The bunny ear napkin fold is simple and oh, so cute!

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Step 1: Unfold a Chinet® Classic White™ All Occasion napkin once to form a rectangle. 

Step 2: Fold down all four corners, forming triangles.

Step 3: Fold the napkin in half lengthwise once.

Step 4: Fold the napkin again lengthwise.

Step 5: Finally, fold the napkin in half top to bottom, and fluff out bunny ears.

Step 6: (Optional) Add pink construction paper strips with double-sided tape for the inside of the bunny ears.

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This napkin fold looks adorable placed in a Chinet® Cut Crystal® 9 oz. cup, adorned with a cotton ball bunny tail!

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Set the scene with pastel table linens, fresh tulips and stylish and elegant Chinet Cut Crystal plates and cups. As for bunny tails, put them on everything in sight! I added extra large white pompoms to the chair backs and cotton balls to all of the Chinet Cut Crystal 9 oz. cups.

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Fill cone-shaped cellophane bags with cheddar bunnies and finish with green curling ribbon for fun Easter carrots. These Easter carrots also work great as party favors. Set out a basket full of crunchy “carrots” and they will surely disappear quickly!

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A “bunny tail” brunch wouldn’t be complete without bunny tail pancake stacks. These delicious brunch favorites are simple and adorable. First, make a bunch of silver-dollar sized pancakes, or buy frozen mini pancakes from the grocery store. Once your pancakes are cooked or heated, place four mini pancakes in a stack and top with a powdered donut hole “bunny tail”. Finally, cook bacon thoroughly, and using a small, sharp knife, cut out long skinny triangles for bunny ears. Serve on Chinet Cut Crystal plates—they are almost too cute to eat! 

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The final fun snack at our “bunny tail” brunch is white cheddar “bunny tails” that I served in Chinet Cut Crystal 9 oz. cups finished with cotton ball bunny tails. Throw your own “bunny tail” brunch and the Easter bunny is sure to make a stop at your house! Do you have any easy-to-execute spring entertaining ideas? We would love to hear them! Share your hosting tips and tricks on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using #MyChinetParty.

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And for more ideas from Kelsey, check out her blog, We Heart Parties, and these posts on MyChinet.com:

Kelsey Graves' love language is PARTIES! She finds true happiness in celebrating life's most special moments and sharing her easy party ideas on We Heart Parties.