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There’s still time (if you’re hoppity quick) to make your own Easter Bunny cake

Kristen says that making this Easter Bunny cake has been a family tradition for years and years. Start your own! Here’s the recipe from an original mid mod maven: Betty Crocker. It looks pretty easy, and including a fast trip to the store, I bet you could have it served up in … 2 hours maybe. I’m gonna do it!

  1. nina462 says:

    ok…but before you make your bunny cake, log onto http://www.cakewrecks.blogspot.com to see version of how NOT to make your bunny cake.

    I myself made a 1950’s recipe-cut glass dessert (from Square Meals-by Jane & Michael Stern….tast thrills of only yesterday)

    Happy & Blessed Easter to all–

  2. Pencils says:

    Love the bunny cake! I’ll have to make that for my daughter, she’ll be so excited. She loves cake–it’s her favorite new word–and she loves bunnies. Now if I could figure out how to make a duckie cake, she’d be the happiest toddler in NY. (I’ve seen duckie pans, but I mean a 3-D cut out cake.)

  3. sumac sue says:

    How cute! This make me remember that my mom would make a flat bunny cake from two round cake layers. One round was the body, and the other was cut somehow to make a head and two ear pieces. It ended up looking a little like a snowman with big ears. We used jelly beans for eyes and nose, of course, and strings of licorice for whiskers. It was sort of silly, but, we loved it. I think I need to revive the tradition, but use Kristen’s three-dimensional look instead, since it looks more like a real bunny.

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