Adorable Bunny Butt Cake – an Easy Easter Dessert

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  • An easy and adorable Bunny Butt Cake that makes an adorable Easter dessert, baby shower cake and birthday cake! 

    easy and adorable bunny butt cake recipe

    You know what they say what goes around, comes around. So many cookbooks and magazines that inspired our mother’s and grandmother’s offer great inspiration for today – with a few tweaks. Today I’m bringing back the bunny butt cake – without the fluorescent green grass and hard to chew coconut.

    This little bunny butt cake is an easy Easter dessert that everyone of all ages can enjoy.

    adorable bunny butt cake - so easy and no cake decorating skills required

    This simple bunny butt cake makes an adorable centerpiece for Easter brunch and chances are you {or a neighbor} have everything you need to make one of your own.

    how to make a bunny butt cake - easy Easter dessert idea

    Yes, sometimes I don’t have the right “tool” and call upon a neighbor or two. Okay, 10. Anyone who is around last minute on a random Wednesday morning. I found almost everyone {but me} had a simple glass Pyrex mixing bowl to bake a bunny butt cake. But you know me, I prefer to keep clutter to a minimum, so if it’s not something I’ll use everyday, I’d rather borrow.

    how to make a bunny butt cake for Easter

    Mix

    how to make a bunny butt cake for Easter

    Bake

    easy and adorable easter bunny butt cake

    Cool

    easy and adorable easter bunny butt cake

    Ice

    how to make a bunny butt cake for Easter

    Construct

    easy and adorable easter bunny butt cake tutorial

    Enjoy!

    bunny butt cake without coconut - easy Easter cake for beginners made with a cake mix

    You can use tubs of icing, but I made the girls’ favorite marshmallow icing. It’s light, fluffy and so good!

    I made phyllo grass with these easy tutorial {took 5 minutes hands on time}, but I like this pretty faux Easter basket grass as well.

    make Easter grass or nest from phyllo dough in minutes

    Keep reading for the recipe and full tutorial!

    bunny butt cake without coconut - easy Easter cake for beginners made with a cake mix

    How to make a bunny butt cake:

    Watch the video in this post to see how easy it is to make this delicious Easter treat!


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    Bunny Butt Cake

    Prep Time 20 minutes
    Total Time 20 minutes
    Servings 12

    Ingredients

    • 1 cake mix mixed as instructed on box
    • 2 tubs or batches of icing
    • cotton candy or large marshmallow
    • pink icing tube
    • optional: phyllo grass

    Instructions

    1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
    2. Prepare your cake mix as instructed on the box. Pour batter into 2 greased unlined muffin tins and into a greased oven safe mixing bowl.
    3. Bake cupcakes 17 minutes and cake 50 minutes. Allow to cool 10 minutes and shave off top of cake until almost flat. Place cake on a platter or cake stand as if the bowl was upside down and set cupcakes aside until completely cool.
    4. Cut the sides off of cupcakes to create bunny feet. Refrigerate if necessary to ice without crumbs.
    5. Ice cake and then ice the underside of the "bunny feet" to adhere to the cake. Using an icing tube, add little pads to the bunny feet.
    6. Adhere bunny tail {a touch of cotton candy or an iced marshmallow work well.
    7. Optional: garnish with phyllo grass
    Nutrition Facts
    Bunny Butt Cake
    Amount Per Serving (1 g)
    Calories 0
    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

     

    You may also like my Cottontail Cupcakes, Deviled Egg Chicks, Carrot Cake Cheese Ball and Carrot Shaped Southwest Cheese Ball!

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    entertaining expert and lifestyle blogger Julie Blanner

     

     

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