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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.
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30 min
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30 min
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16 servings
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posted:
3/31/2010
THIS IS A CLASSIC REPE I USED TO LOVE MAKING WITH MY MOM AS A KID AND I'M GONNA MAKE IT FOR THE FIRST TIME IN OVER 20 YEARS FOR EASTER.
posted:
3/30/2010
I first made this cake in 1972. I was newly married and made it for my husband's family which included 3 small children. I still have the recipe which is worn on the edges, but has many wonderful miles on it. I then started making it for my children. I now have two little granddaughters who will be seeing this cake on Easter Sunday. I can't wait. Thank you for jarring my memory...I'm sure my two sons will smile when they see this cake again.
posted:
3/28/2010
My Mom used to make this cake every Easter and now we've made it a tradition with all the kids in our family. We make several mini round cakes so each kid can decorate their own bunny cake. Always a hit!
posted:
3/26/2010
Love this, easy to impress adults and kids.
posted:
3/26/2010
This is a great recipe!! My mom made it years ago when I was little! It's been quite a tradition for Easter dinner!!
posted:
3/24/2010
I made this recipe for my daughter when she was little and she has always wanted to make one again. Now I have a granddaughter who can now make it with her mom!
posted:
3/24/2010
This brings back memories,My aunt made his every Easter,when I was young..I forgot about it till I seen it the other day,I will be making it this Easter.
posted:
3/23/2010
I have made this every year for the last 30 yrs at Easter from the original recipe that I cut from the newspaper. I make it the original way, with white frosting and pink tinted coconut for the middle of the ears. It is always decorated with jelly beans. This has become a family tradition and it would not be Easter without the Bunny cake
posted:
3/23/2010
I began making this exact Bunny Cake when I had my first child and she will be 42 in May. I have made the cake every year with my two girls help and then with my grandson,until he thought he was too old (: and now with my grand daughter and now we have added a matching cross cake to go along side of the bunny.
posted:
3/16/2010
Wow, this is still around? I've been making this since my niece and nephew were little, about 35 years. I use M&Ms for the tie & eyes, frosting for the other features. You can color the coconut pink for the ears by putting a couple drops of food coloring in a container with the coconut and shaking it. Sometimes I make side sheet cake for the "Easter eggs" with green colored coconut for grass, spreading speckled malt candy eggs around for the "hunting ground." Or use the peanut M&Ms. Kids love it, as do the adults. Use other molds and you can make hills, and add marshmallow chicks & bunnies.
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