Bunny Butt Cake Tutorial

Thursday, 2 April 2015

Bunny Butt Cake Tutorial

Bunny Butt Cake Tutorial

Looking for a super simple cake to make for Easter then this Bunny Butt cake is for you. Whilst browsing Pinterest I came across the idea and showed my boys. Surprise surprise they wanted me to make one. As it is my Father in Law's Birthday, I agreed. I have to say it is one of the easiest cakes I have made.


For the cake:

A small spring form cake tin 12cm diameter
4oz self raising flour
4oz caster sugar
4oz butter
2 eggs

To decorate:

Half a tub of Betty Crockers Frosting - I used vanilla
2 packets of white chocolate fingers
1 packet of mini eggs
A Tunnock's Tea Cake
A Marshmallow
Brown and Pink icing
Sprinkles

I started by baking the cake using a simple sponge recipe.

Once cooled I sandwiched the cake together with the vanilla frosting. I then added frosting to the sides and stuck on the white chocolate fingers.

frosting and chocolate fingers


I tied a piece of paper rope around the fingers but ribbon would also look nice.

white chocolate fingers on cake


I then made the bunny butt. I used a Tunnock's Tea Cake with half a marshmallow on top for the rabbits tail. I then made feet shapes with the icing.

bunny butt

I piped the frosting onto the cake to ensure that it looked tidy at the edges.

bunny butt in cake

I placed the butt in the middle of the cake and then added mini eggs around the side. I finished the cake off by adding sprinkles around the rabbit.

top of bunny butt cake


So there you go, super simple and perfect for Easter. Now I must really go and find some healthy recipes on Pinterest instead!

Pin it for later:
An easy to make bunny butt cake using a Tunnock's Teacake and Cadbury's Fingers and mini eggs




13 comments:

Spidermummy said...

That looks really great! I've got to take dessert for a big family mean at Easter, i'm tempted to make these for the children! x

Penny Pincher said...

This looks so good and really easy to make and I love the name you gave it!

Caroline said...

This si gorgeous what a lovely fun idea! WIll have to try one day, looks fab! xx

Louise Fairweather said...

I can't take credit for the name there are loads on the internet. The Tunnock's tea cake though was my idea :-D

Louise Fairweather said...

It is so easy. The hardest part is baking the sponge. Good Luck!

Louise Fairweather said...

Thanks!

Sarah MumofThree World said...

This looks amazing! The little bunny bum is so funny. I know I would completely mess it up, however simple it is, so I'm avoiding showing this one to my kids!

Sara (@mumturnedmom) said...

That's brilliant! I'll baking a birthday cake for my son rather than an Easter cake this year, but I might just have to make this next year :) #loudnproud

Louise Fairweather said...

This is getting a candle stuck in it for my FIL!

Louise Fairweather said...

Lol you would be fine x

Alice Megan said...

Very impressive! Looks too good too eat

Louise Fairweather said...

I had no problems eating it :-)

Let's Talk Mommy said...

I absolutely love this so cute and perfect for Easter. I will have to try this out next year! lol Thanks for linking up to Share With Me. Happy Easter! #sharewithme