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Bunny Cake

Bunny Cake recipe
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Our iconic bunny cake has hippity-hopped its way into thousands of Easter spreads, birthday celebrations and more. An easy-to-follow video makes it a breeze to put together.
30 min
30 min
16 servings
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I made this for my Grandkids last and i have to make it again this year because they loved it Thank you
made this for my grandaughter, she love,everyone enjoy the cake also
Very easy and so cute to decorate your Easter table! I made the white cake from scratch using the Better Homes & Garden Cookbook recipie. Delicious!
Every Easter when we were young, we would make one of these cakes. Then, when I was in high school, I was in the Junior production of the play, "Harvey". I made this cake, but instead of putting the dots on the bow tie, I wrote the name, "Harvey". It was a big hit at the cast party, and a memory I will always hold dear.
This was a favorite of our family only in stead of coconut I iced the bunny using a star tip in my pastery bag.
Big hit with the children. Easy to make
I made it a yellow cake chocolate bunny. It was yummy.
the template i couldnt find on the website like they said and i suggest cutting off a small piece of the end of the ears attaching to the head just so it may attach easier and stay together better
I loved this recipe and I will definitely be making it every Easter from now on. Arranging the cake in the shape of a bunny was easy but I should've heeded the advice on the video and waited till the cakes fully-cooled. It worked out though because the coconut covered the bits of cake present in the whipped topping. I used halved toothpicks to hold the licorice bowtie outline in place. I also had sugar fruit slices in the shape of half-moons and I put a bunch side by side, rolled them flat and cut the center ear piece out. Look at my picture to see what I mean (picture 12). I omitted coconut from the bowtie because my friend doesn’t like coconut and it worked out great. All in all this is a great recipe and I’m sure once my husband and I have kids, it’ll be a great Easter activity for us all to do together! (Eyes: black jelly bird eggs, Teeth: licorice nibs, Nose: watermelon soft chewy candy, Whiskers/Bowtie Outline: Licorice, Inner Bow Tie: multi-colored ball sprinkles/green decoratin
this cake is very easy and fun to make! i'm only eleven, and i made this cake myself. i loved decorating the bunny with coconut and candy! i love this cake!
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