Watch Jacques Pépin Transform Grapes into Adorable Bunnies

updated May 24, 2019
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Jacques Pépin holding grapes shaped like bunnies
(Image credit: KQED)

I don’t know what’s more adorable: Jacques Pépin talking about how he turned olives and grapes into edible bunnies so his daughter would eat them, or the actual product itself. Watch this simple tutorial and make them at home immediately.

As you can see in the video, these grape bunnies are pretty easy to make. On the bottom side of the grape (the side without the hole), you simply cut a little bit of the side off at an angle; cut a wedge in the center of the piece you just cut off and you’ve made your bunny ears. Then, on the side without the hole, you cut a little into the grape and gently put the ears in the incision.

I don’t know about you, but I’m never eating grapes again unless they’re shaped like adorable bunnies. Thanks, Jacques Pépin!