Happy Easter Weekend!

Hope everyone found lots of eggs!

Happy Non-Denominational Springtime Holiday Weekend everyone!

This is my first bunny cake. Welcome to the world, overweight angora rabbit with Styro-feet™. He’s stuffed with crushed pineapple and more coconut. yum!

Here’s an old photo of my mom and aunt showing off their bunnycakes:

6 Comments

  1. Good job! I would so eat him ;)

  2. Soooooo adorable!!! I love the photo of your mom and aunt with their cakes, too! :D

  3. Hey Girl! I’m glad I decide to stop by I didn’t realize you were doing blog type stuff now too along with all the other great stuff (Kelly from TIB aka Kittenfantastico76). This cake is SO cute. I absolutely adore coconut cake so this would have been right up my alley.

    Happy to see you’re doing well! I’m going to add this site to my blog roll! ox

  4. I love it! I wish you would have posted more details, I would love to make this on Easter this year. Perhaps you could point me in the right direction? This is just too cute :)

  5. melissa

    February 24, 2011 at 9:42 am

    Lara – here is what I did, it is ridiculously easy:
    Ingredients:
    Yellow cake mix
    2 cans vanilla frosting
    1 can crushed pineapple, drained
    1 bag coconut flakes
    candy decorations

    bake 1 box of white or yellow cake mix in a round 8 or 9″ pan
    cut it in half
    Ice between the layers, adding a drained can of crushed pineapple, or any filling you like
    stand the cake up on the cut end and cover in white frosting
    sprinkle coconut flakes all over
    The bunny parts I used are vintage, but you can see from the *real* vintage photo that candy and paper works just fine for your bunnycake!

    enjoy!

  6. Melissa-I am so sorry I missed your reply! Thanks you so much, I am definitely going to make this. Have a fabulous easter :)

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