How to Make a 3D Bunny Cake for Easter

Why settle for a boring pan-moulded, 2 dimensional cake design when you can have a beautiful 3D bunny as the centerpiece for the party? I’ve provided step-by-step instructions on how to create your own delicious cake that’s perfect for Easter, your favourite 2 year old’s birthday, or “bow down to our leporine overlords day”. You can use the same basic construction methods to create a number of different cake styles later on.

How to Make a 3D Bunny Cake for Easter

Step 1: Make a Plan

How to Make a 3D Bunny Cake for Easter

First you’ll need a sketch or drawing of what you want to accomplish. Try to get the proportions as accurate as possible so you won’t drive yourself crazy trying to get it to turn out just right.

In this case I’m planning on 4 layers, with each layer being a 9×13 cake. The ears and tail are add-ons that I’ll apply separately.

Step 2: Clean Your Workspace!

How to Make a 3D Bunny Cake for Easter

The first rule of cooking anything is to keep your workspace clean. It helps to have a kitchen island that you can use to keep everything orderly. Spray it with a kitchen-type cleaner, and wipe it down several times with a clean cloth to ensure a clean surface.

Step 3: Preheat the Oven

How to Make a 3D Bunny Cake for Easter

How to Make a 3D Bunny Cake for Easter

You’ll need to preheat the oven so that when you put the cakes in they will begin to cook right away. Turn on your oven to the temp specified in your recipe. I also use an oven thermometer to ensure that the temp I set on the dial is what I actually have on the inside.

Your oven rack should be in the center for even baking.

Step 4: Assemble Your Supplies

How to Make a 3D Bunny Cake for Easter

How to Make a 3D Bunny Cake for Easter

Since this cake is intended for a 2 year old’s birthday party I’m just using boxed cake mixes and tubs of icing from the grocery store. For an adult party, or just to be fancier, I’d make the recipe from scratch. Either way you’ll need about the same quantity.

Everything should be at room temperature to ensure even mixing, so take the eggs out of the fridge about half an hour before you’re ready to start.

Clean utensils and a good mixing bowl will also help to create a great finished product.

View all steps: http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Make-a-3D-Bunny-Cake/?ALLSTEPS

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