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EASTER-BUNNY CAKE By Sarah Reynolds

Prep: 10 min Bake: 55 min  Decorate: depends on skill 
Total Cost (without decoration):
$6.89

 2 boxes (16 ounces each) poundcake mix  2 cans (16 
ounces each) ready-to-spread vanilla
frosting  Eyes, nose, mouth and buttons: assorted candies 
such as jelly beans, jelly
candies and nonpareils  Whiskers: red or black licorice 
lace, cut in 2- to 3-inch pieces 
Ears: colored-sugar, cinnamon candies   Tail (optional): 
small snowball-type cake or
cupcake, frosted and dipped in flaked coconut   Carrot 
(optional): orange food color (or a
few drops each red and yellow), 1 can (about 8 ounces) 
almond paste or marzipan or a 7-
to 8-ounce roll marzipan, parsley sprigs

1. Heat oven to 325 F. Grease and flour a 1-quart ovenproof 
bowl, 2 1/2-quart ovenproof
bowl and one 12-ounce custard cup (for the ears). 2. 
Prepare both boxes cake mix at one
time as directed on package. Put 3/4 cup batter into 
the custard cup, 2 cups into the
1-quart bowl and the remaining batter into the 2 1/2-quart 
bowl. 3. Bake all at one time
on one oven rack: custard cup 25 to 30 minutes, 1-quart 
bowl 35 to 40 minutes and large
bowl 50 to 55 minutes. Cool all 10 minutes before inverting 
on rack to cool completely.
4. Cut custard-cup cake in half. Trim to ear shape. 
Arrange cakes in shape of bunny on
serving tray. Cover with frosting and decorate as shown 
above. 5. Carrot: Knead food
coloring into marzipan until evenly tinted. Form in 
shape of carrot. Mark ridges with
back of a knife. Add parsley-sprig greens.

* Serves 16.






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