A lot of Easter Bunny moulds can be found in the freezer aisle of your local grocery store.
They come in all shapes and sizes, but one of the best ways to get an idea of the variety is to pick up an egg and poke a few holes in the top of it.
If the egg looks a bit squishy or crumbly, you can use a few eggs to fill in the cracks.
You can even make a mold from an eggshell.
In the end, the best thing about the Easter Bunny molds are the ones that you can turn into a stuffed animal.
We’ve seen a lot of stuffed animals lately, so it’s definitely a fun way to get started with Easter egg molds.
And while they aren’t the most durable, they’re definitely fun to use.
To make a stuffed bunny, just peel the eggshell off of the egg and put a little bit of the inside of the shell on top of the white flour, then place the whole thing on a baking sheet.
Put the whole oven in the oven and bake it until it starts to brown, about 20 minutes.
Let the oven cool completely before removing the egg shell and filling it in with a mixture of flour and baking powder.
Then cut the stuffed bunny into strips and wrap each one in plastic wrap.
Let them sit in the fridge overnight and they’ll stay cool for at least a week.
And when they’re done, you’ll have some fun Easter egg molding fun.