I remember making these fun bunny cakes when I was a kid, and now I get to help my own kiddos make them. They're so easy and turn out so cute and fun!
Easy Peasy Fuzzy Bunny Cake
1 cake mix
Hostess Snowball Cake Snacks
And the not edible part: Cardstock for the ears
So, here's what you do.
Choose a cake mix of your choice and bake in your typical round baking pans. (This will make two bunny cakes.)
When the cake is baked and completely cooled, cut the cake circles in half and stand them up next to each other.
Spread frosting between the two halves to "adhere" them together.
Frost the outside of the cakes then. And no worries about making the frosting look pretty and perfect, because you're going to add the bunnies "fuzz" over the top of the frosting anyway.
Take two white Hostess snowball snack cakes and add to one end of the cakes for the bunny's tails.
Next, take some coconut flakes and sprinkle all over both cakes to make the bunnies "fuzzy".
You're already almost done. Now you want to grab some cardstock and cut out some cute bunny ears.
Cut a little slit in the cake where you want to place the ears and tuck the ears into that slit. Use jelly beans for the bunny's eyes and nose.
Now, take some shoestring licorice and cut it for the cute little whiskers.
(I used the twisted rope licorice and used the purple strand for this.)
And there you go! The cutest little pair of bunny cakes!
You gotta love their tails too!
Hope you have a great week and Easter!