Easter Bunny Cake

April 4, 2014

With Easter approaching in two weeks I wanted to share with you a fun and easy Easter Bunny Cake!  I made this cake last year with my daughter and we had so much fun decorating the cake.

Here is what you will need to make the Bunny Cake:

1 Box of Betty Crocker Super Moist Cake Mix - Yellow
1 can of cake frosting - White
food coloring - a few drops of red and blue (to make purple)
jelly beans
1 3-D Bunny Pan

Make the cake according to the directions on the box.  Then add the cake batter to the bunny pan.  When cake is done take out of the oven and let cool before decorating the cake with the frosting.  Mix in a bowl the cake frosting and a few drops of red and blue food coloring.  Spread frosting all over the bunny cake on both sides and then add the jelly beans.  

You can add or use whatever you like to decorate the cake.  You can even use coconut with green food coloring to make grass all around the bunny.

I hope I have inspired you to try this fun and easy way to make an Easter Bunny Cake.

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  1. It is a cute little bunny cake. I bet it was tasty too. :)

  2. Looks super tasty! And cute of course :)

  3. A cute little cake - I love the jelly bean base, too! Easter is coming quick - I need to decorate! Hugs xo Karen

  4. This reminds me of the time my son asked me to bake him a bunny cake. I was surprised b/c it was his 10th birthday party with his friends, and I would have thought he would have thought that not cool. When I brought it out, he was so embarrassed -- he had meant a carrot cake!! lol Love your cake.

  5. Super cute! My mother in law gave me a 3D bunny pan a few years ago, but I could never get my bunny to stand up straight like yours is! He always flopped over. That's ok, he still tasted yummy! :)

  6. Too cute! Looks like fun and tasty too...:) Have a lovely weekend...Vicky

  7. Oh-Isn't that fun, Julie? My grandkids would love it! He is really cute!!! xo Diana

  8. What a cute cake! I made a 'bunny cake' this year out of cupcakes for the first time.

  9. Just in time for Easter Julie, this looks great fun! This also made me smile after visiting Mumsy today and she had 'experimented' making blancmange and using an Easter bunny mould. I think I'll leave the story there, it would be best!!

  10. Wow, it's hard to believe Easter is almost upon us. Time is just flying by. Your bunny cake is just wonderful. Great thing to do with the kids.

  11. What a great idea.
    A perfect way to pass on the baking genes...lots of fun too. ;D
    I once made a cat cake for my daughter's 1st birthday waaaaay back but we still talk about it. Not sure if that's a good thing or bad hehe
    Enjoy your Sunday and thanks for visiting my place earlier

  12. I am not much of a baker bu that sure looks tempting!! So looking forward to Easter.

    Have a great week Julie.


  13. Aww this bunny is super sweet and I bet it tasted super yummy :)

  14. This is cute! I have been taking a cake decorating class so I make/decorate lots of cakes
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  15. What a precious Easter Bunny Cake! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday today, it is great to have you at the party. Hope you have a very special week and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

  16. That is such a cute idea and it seems like even I could do it! Found you through memories by the mile. I'm a new 40 something blogger, and I'm having so much fun finding other ladies in blogland! I will be back to read more. http://twoteensandtheirmama.blogspot.com/

  17. Love your link! Thanks for partying with us on the Four Seasons Blog Hop! Sandra from Scrumptilicious 4 You!

  18. Very cute! Thanks for sharing at our Get Your DIY on party! XO

  19. So cute! Hope you had a lovely Easter Julie! Thanks for sharing with SYC.


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