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25 Easy Easter Bunny Cake Ideas to Make

As an avid baker and lover of all things Easter, I’m thrilled to share with you 25 easy Easter bunny cake ideas that are sure to impress your family and friends! 

Easter is such a joyous time filled with colorful decorations, festive gatherings, and, of course, delicious treats.

And what better way to celebrate than with adorable bunny-themed cakes? 

Here’s the scoop on adorable bunny cake ideas for everyone to try!

Traditional Bunny Face Cake

If you’re looking for an Easter dessert that’s both tasty and festive, you can’t go wrong with a traditional Bunny Face Cake.

Decorated cake resembling a bunny face with fondant ears, eyes, nose, and whiskers on a white and green background.

It isn’t a cake that requires fancy decorating skills or expensive ingredients but just your love for Easter!

For this easy Easter bunny cake recipe all you need is a round cake pan and your choice of cake mix.

You can use one round cake layer for the bunny’s head and you can cut two curved pieces out from another baked cake to create the floppy ears.  

The remaining cake can be cut into a bowtie shape and placed below the head for a playful touch. 

You’ll then spread cream cheese frosting on the cake and then decorate it as you like.

Turn your plain cake into an adorable Easter bunny cake that your guests are sure to love!

Bunny Ears Cupcake Design

​Making bunny ears cupcakes is a great way to add some charm to your Easter celebrations this year!

To create these start by baking your favorite cupcake recipe. Once your Easter bunny cupcakes are cooled, frost them with some fluffy buttercream icing. 

Easter-themed cupcakes decorated with bunny ears and pastel sprinkles.

To make the bunny ears, I like to cut large marshmallows diagonally and dip the sticky side into some pink sprinkles or colored sugar to resemble the inside of bunny ears. 

Then I gently press the marshmallow ears into the frosting near the top of each cupcake. 

You can also use Easter candy coated chocolates or fondant to create cute bunny faces with eyes, noses, and whiskers.

Pink Easter Bunny Cake

As someone who loves adding a touch of fun to my Easter celebrations, making a pink Easter bunny cake is always a highlight of my celebrations.

To make the perfect size and thickness for your cake you can use 8-inch cake pans.

You can use your favorite cake recipe, then shape it into a cute bunny, frosted with pink icing.

A pink bunny-themed cake with fondant ears and face decorations surrounded by pastel-colored candies.

Then sprinkle powdered sugar for a fluffy effect and use pink jelly beans for the eyes and nose.

This easy bunny cake is an exciting twist on the traditional Easter cake!

3D Easter Bunny Cake

Making a 3-D bunny-shaped cake is perfect for anyone who wants to add a touch of fun to their Easter celebration.  

It’s sure to impress kids and adults alike, and you can make it with a little planning!

A bunny-shaped cake decorated with yellow frosting, candy eggs, and a pink coconut flake tail.

You can first choose a 3-D bunny mold that you want to use then choose a cake recipe. 

Then follow step-by-step instructions to create this cake. Make sure to mix ingredients in a large bowl and then pour into the cake mold and bake.

Once your bunny is cooked and cooled, you can start decorating. 

Classic buttercream or Betty Crocker vanilla icing will pair nicely on your cute Easter bunny cake.  

You can pipe on icing for the eyes, a nose, and whiskers to bring your bunny to life.

When your finished you’ll have a lovely Easter bunny cake.

Easy Fondant Bunny Cake

If you are a fan of fondant you will enjoy making this easy fondant bunny cake.

You will first need to find a fun cake recipe you want to make and then bake it. 

Two-tier bunny-themed cake with fondant ears and a bow.

Once the cake layers are cooled you will stack them to form a bunny shape.

Taking your bunny shape cake you will cut the right size of white fondant out and place it on top and on the side of the cake. 

Then you can decorate the cake however you like and you can even pipe green coconut icing at the bottom for grass!

Carrot Topped Bunny Cake

Easter desserts can be fun and unique so why not make something thats cute and fun?

A carrot topped bunny cake is sure to impress all of your guests.

A cake with easter-themed decorations featuring a bunny face, a carrot, and colorful eggs on top.

You can take a vanilla cake box or coconut cake mix and make it as your base.

When combining your ingredients you can take an electric mixer on low speed to ensure all of the clumps are out.

Bake your cake according to the instructions on the box. 

Once the whole cake has cooled you can form your bunny shape and add your carrot decorations on top

I think adding some green frosting at the bottom to make green grass would be super cute.

You could even add some easter eggs hidden in the grass as well. 

Bunny Butt Cake Idea

If you’re looking for a unique and playful twist to traditional Easter cakes, consider the bunny butt cake.

A cake decorated to resemble the backside of a pink rabbit, with fondant paws and tail on a cake stand.

You can begin with a boxed cake mix or a printable recipe card you have and bake it.

Once it is done baking let it cool all the way so that the icing does not melt. 

You can then shape the entire cake into a bunny butt and place it on parchment paper to catch any crumbs that might fall off the cake.

Once you are done shaping your cake you can decorate the top of the cake with a fluffy tail and even add a bow tie on the side. 

Mini Bunny Cupcakes

You can make a batch of mini bunny cupcakes in no time and these are a great way to start an Easter tradition.

To create these adorable treats, start by baking your favorite cupcake recipe in mini cupcake liners

A decorative cupcake adorned with bunny ears and face to resemble a rabbit.

Once the cupcakes are baked and cooled you can whip up a batch of fluffy buttercream frosting using a stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment

For a festive look you can add a drop of gel food coloring to the frosting. Then spread the frosting on top of each cupcake and start decorating. 

These mini bunny cupcakes are a sweet and adorable addition to any Easter celebration, sure to impress your guests of all ages in a different way!

Polka Dot Bunny Cake

This polka dot bunny cake is the perfect way to add a touch of fun to your Easter dinner.

A bunny-themed decorated cake with pink polka dots and fondant ears on a polka-dotted backdrop.

It’s as simple as using a petal tip to pipe dots of different sizes onto your cake. And if you need to test out your dots you can pipe sample ones on a piece of paper. 

There’s no better way to make your Easter fun than having the whole family help with decorating.

This cake is also a great idea for anyone having a baby shower for a little girl this spring.

You can even make the polka dots pink!

Chocolate Easter Bunny Cake

For a rich and decadent Easter treat, you can’t go wrong with a chocolate Easter bunny cake.

This cake isn’t only aesthetically pleasing but also a delight to the taste buds. 

Chocolate easter bunny cake decorated with candy eggs and fondant ears.

First, you take your chocolate cake mixes and bake those then let it cool at room temperature. Once it is cooled you can start forming your bunny head. 

If you are needing ideas for your bunny ears you can cut some out using pink construction paper and place them on the cake. 

You can also use a small amount of dark chocolate to intensify the flavor of your cake.

Don’t forget to add a dash of creativity with colorful edible decorations to make this cake unforgettable.

Enjoy this cute cake with a sweet and chocolatey touch!

Bunny Silhouette Cake Design

Incorporating a bunny silhouette cake design into your Easter celebration is exciting, fun, and a creative way to express your cake decorating skills.

A fondant-covered cake with a spring theme, featuring colorful tulips and rabbit silhouettes.

You’ll need a stencil of a bunny silhouette which you’ll place over your cake. If you can’t find one I like to print one out and cut it to the shape I like.

Then I like to use colored sugar or cocoa powder to fill in the stencil to create a delightful bunny design.

You can decorate the rest of the cake however you like! This is so much fun and is a unique way to decorate a cake. 

Springtime Bunny Cake

Bursting with vibrant colors, the springtime bunny cake is one that you’ll love to create, serving as the perfect centerpiece for any Easter celebration.

Decorative bunny-shaped cake with yellow frosting and colorful sprinkles on the ears, featuring fondant facial features and paws.

You can use fresh, bright ingredients like lemon zest and raspberry jam.

I like to decorate with pastel frosting and edible flowers to make a truly springtime feel.

It’s not just a cake, it’s a sweet, edible work of art that’ll wow your guests.

Bunny Shaped Pound Cake

Embrace the festive spirit by crafting a bunny shaped pound cake.

A decorated cake resembling a rabbit with cookie ears and icing features.

This delicious dessert perfectly captures Easter with its rich, buttery flavor and cute, bunny-inspired design.

You’ll need a detailed bunny-shaped mold and your favorite pound cake recipe.

After baking, decorate your bunny cake with white icing for fur, and colorful edible accents for the eyes and nose.

It’s a fun, creative project that’s also delicious!

Giant Easter Peeps Cake

A giant Easter Peeps cake is a festive addition to any Easter celebration. To create this adorable confection, I start by baking my favorite cake in two round cake pans

Once the cakes are baked and cooled, I like to use a serrated knife and carefully cut each cake in half horizontally, creating four layers in total.

A bunny-shaped cake dusted with yellow sugar, decorated with chocolate for eyes and nose.

I like to use this cut-up cake method to give me more space to add layers of frosting and decorations. 

Next, I assemble the cake by stacking the layers with frosting in between, creating a tall and impressive base for your cute bunny cake. 

Once my cake is put together I start decorating and adding your frosting on top. 

For added moisture and richness you can use an extra egg in the cake batter. 

Delicious Bunny Carrot Cake

Get ready to bake a delicious bunny carrot cake that’s a rich and moist dessert that you’ll find irresistibly charming.

A carrot cake decorated with frosting, bunny ears, and edible carrot decorations on a cake stand.

Start by baking your favorite carrot cake and follow the full recipe.

Then all you need to do is cut and shape the cake base into a bunny’s body, using the leftover scraps you can create perky ears and a fluffy tail.  

You can also top it with a generous layer of cream cheese frosting to hold everything together.

For the final touches decorate your bunny cake with fun toppings and sprinkles!

Checkerboard Bunny Cake

Baking a checkerboard bunny cake is a fun way to add your own touch to any Easter gathering.

To begin, I prepare two different cake batters, one flavored with vanilla and the other with chocolate.

Using round cake pans, I bake layers of each flavor until they are golden brown and fully cooked.

A bunny-themed cake decorated with pink and black squares and a top layer shaped like a rabbit's face, set on a cake stand with a slice cut out to reveal a checkered pattern inside.

Once cooled, I carefully trim the tops of the cakes to ensure they are level and then use a serrated knife and a cutting board to cut them into even strips.

I alternate placing the vanilla and chocolate strips side by side to create a checkerboard pattern, securing them together with a layer of frosting in between.

After assembling the checkerboard layers, I frost the entire cake with a smooth coat of buttercream frosting, ensuring it’s evenly covered.

Finally, I add fondant bunny ears and facial features to complete this cake.

Bunny Tail Cake

The bunny tail cake is a fun and unique idea for everyone to enjoy.

Start by choosing your base cake mix and bake according to the package. Round cakes make the perfect size for your Easter bunny tail.

A vanilla frosted cake decorated with bunny ears and strawberries on top.

For the fluffy texture of the tail, I like to use shredded coconut to give a 3D look.

You can then spread the coconut over your simple round cake, and you’ve got a tail that’s too cute to eat!

I then like to add some fruit like strawberries to it but you can also add a pastel fondant bow for a touch of Easter charm.

Rainbow Layered Bunny Cake

Baking a rainbow layered bunny cake is a fun and vibrant way to celebrate Easter with a fun twist.

A vibrant rainbow-layered cake with bunny ears on top, surrounded by colorful candies.

To start, you can prepare a classic vanilla cake batter and divide it evenly into separate bowls.

Using gel food coloring, tint each portion of batter in different vibrant colors of the rainbow.

Then, pour each colored batter into individual round cake pans and bake them until they are golden and springy to the touch.

Once cooled, assemble the layers and frost!

It’s a stunning centerpiece that’ll surely impress your Easter guests.

Bunny Rabbit Sheet Cake

A bunny rabbit sheet cake is a unique twist on a ordinary cake. 

Start by baking a simple sheet cake in your favorite flavor, such as vanilla or chocolate.

Once the cake has cooled, it’s time to get creative with the decorating!

Spread a layer of frosting over the cake and use additional frosting to create the bunny faces.

You can use marshmallows for the ears, chocolate chips for the eyes, and pink frosting for the noses. 

Don’t forget to add details like whiskers and bows to give each bunny its own unique personality

Simple Bunny Face Cake

Making a simple bunny face cake is a fun and easy way to bring a touch of Easter to your dessert table. 

To begin, bake cake batter in a round pan and allow it to cool completely.

Once cooled, frost the entire cake with white frosting to serve as the base for the bunny’s face. 

A bunny-shaped easter cake decorated with white frosting, colorful candy eggs, and a cheerful fondant face.

Next, use black frosting to pipe two large circles for the eyes and a smaller circle for the nose.

Add a pink frosting triangle for the bunny’s nose and use white frosting to create whiskers on either side.

Complete the bunny’s face by adding two small black dots for the pupils of the eyes. 

For an extra festive touch, I like to use additional frosting to add a bowtie or a flower next to the bunny’s ear.

This simple bunny face cake is sure to delight both kids and adults alike at your Easter celebration!

Cute Bunny Cupcakes

Cute bunny cupcakes are an adorable addition to any Easter celebration or springtime gathering. 

Cupcakes decorated with bunny faces for a festive occasion.

To create these charming treats, start by baking a batch of your favorite cupcakes and allowing them to cool completely.

Once cooled, frost each cupcake with a generous layer of white frosting. After doing that you can then decorate your cupcakes with cute little bunny ears.

These cute bunny cupcakes are not only delicious but also sure to impress guests with its delicious flavor and decorations!

Polka Dot Bunny Ears Cake

If you’re looking to impress your guests this Easter, you can’t go wrong with a polka dot bunny ears cake. 

A fondant-covered cake with polka dots and bunny ears decoration.

This festive centerpiece is as delightful to look at as it is to eat.

Your cake can feature the frosting of your choice, adorable polka dot details, and fondant ears that stand tall.

I even like to sprinkle powdered sugar on top for a unique effect. Once you make your polka dot bunny ears cake your guests are sure to enjoy it!

Pastel-Colored Bunny Cake

Baking a pastel-colored bunny cake is a delightful way to celebrate Easter or any spring occasion. 

Start by preparing your favorite cake batter and dividing it into separate bowls.

Easter-themed cake decorated with pastel flowers, bunny ears, and a whimsical bunny face design.

Add food coloring to each bowl to create pastel shades of pink, blue, purple, and yellow.

Then pour each colored batter into a greased and floured bunny-shaped cake pan, filling them evenly. 

Bake according to the recipe instructions and allow the cakes to cool completely.

You can also add pastel food coloring to the icing and spread it across your cake. 

Then decorate the cake with sprinkles, candies, or edible flowers for a festive touch. 

Classic Bunny Cake Design

Baking a classic bunny cake design is a great way to celebrate Easter.

You can start by baking your favorite cake flavor in a bunny shaped pan. I like to grease the pan to make sure cake doesn’t stick.

A decorated easter bunny cake with pastel icing and candy embellishments.

After baking and cooling the cakes, I use a piping bag to frost the cake. You can choose any flavor of icing you like but I like to use white icing.

Finally, I add the finishing touches with candy eyes, a fondant nose, and marshmallow ears, bringing the bunny cake to life with its adorable and timeless appeal.

Mini Bunny Cake Bites

For those who prefer bite-sized treats, mini bunny cake bites offer a delightful and creative spin on the traditional Easter dessert.

You’ll love creating these adorable miniatures, using a simple cake mix, cream cheese frosting, and coconut for fur.

Decorate with candy eyes and a jelly bean nose for a playful touch. The finished product is not just delicious, but also a fun, hands-on activity for the holiday.

Festive bunny-shaped cupcakes decorated with coconut flakes, candy, and marshmallow ears.

Tips to use When baking an Easter Cake

When creating an Easter bunny cake you should start with an original recipe that you love. 

Start by baking your cakes in round cake pans, preferably an 8-inch cake pan for a good size.

Once baked and cooled, you can use a cutting board and a serrated knife to carefully level off the tops of the cakes to create an even surface. 

You can use an offset spatula to evenly spread frosting on your cake. You can apply a thin layer of vegetable oil to the offset spatula to prevent sticking.

When assembling the cake, consider using a middle piece from one of the layers to create a cavity for inserting Easter candies or other cute little decorations.

To add a fun twist, consider cutting up the cake into different shapes, such as ears and a bow tie then assemble your bunny design. 

Once decorated, cover the cake with plastic wrap and refrigerate until ready to serve. 

As you assemble your cake, keep in mind that the most important thing is to have fun and get creative! 

Consider adding drops of green food coloring to white frosting to create a grassy base for your bunny cake. 

Surround the bunny cake with Easter basket cupcakes for a festive touch then display your masterpiece proudly on your Easter table and enjoy the smiles it brings to everyone’s faces

There are endless ways to decorate your Easter bunny cake, so don’t be afraid to try something different and make it your own!

Easter Baking

So, there you have it! 25 easy, creative and delightful Easter bunny cake ideas.

These options range from the traditional bunny face to the cute mini bunny bites.

Whether you prefer a classic design, a 3D masterpiece, or a simple fondant creation, there’s a bunny cake here for you.

Happy baking and have a fun Easter filled with sweetness and laughter!

Easter-themed cake decorated to resemble a bunny surrounded by colorful candies.

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