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Saturday, February 9, 2008


My Mom used to make these bunny cakes when I was in grade school--believe me, when i tell you, that was a LONG time ago! LOL!! Every Easter we could count on one. They were just the cutest things.

Bunny cakes can be expensive to buy, so let's make one! Using your favorite cake mix and these instructions you can whip one up in no time!

Your bunny cake is sure to cause a commotion from company and family alike, so be sure to display it before dinner on the buffet or table.
I found these directions on www.allfreecrafts.com

Bunny Cake Instructions:

1. Bake two round cakes from your favorite cake recipe or cake mix.

2. One round cake will become the bunny's face, while the other is cut according to the diagram at right, creating two bunny ears and a bow tie.

3. Position the ears at the top of the round cake, and the bow tie at the bottom, as shown in the colored diagram at left.

4. Use frosting, or thawed Cool Whip topping to attach the cake pieces together, then continue frosting the cake as usual.

5. Sprinkle the entire cake with shredded coconut. You may wish to use pink tinted coconut on the inside of the ears and for all or part of the bow tie.

6. Finish creating the bunny's facial features using small chocolate easter eggs, gumdrops, jelly beans or smarties for the eyes and nose and black or red licorice strings to form the whiskers and a smiling mouth. Don't forget to add some cheerful candy polka dots to the bow tie!
posted by Shari Kraft @ 2:48 PM  
1 Comments:
  • At February 11, 2008 at 11:45 AM, Anonymous Becky said…

    My grandma used to make those cakes-and then my Mom-boy you brought back some memories. For me that was a while back too. Thanks for the info.

     
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