Welcome in the spring with this fabulous Easter bunny cake which is sure to brighten up your party table, whatever the weather. Baking the cake in a tiffin tin avoids having to carve the cake into shape, which means less mess and less waste.
Cake by Karen Taylor from Quick Cakes for Busy Mums.
These adorable rabbit ear cupcakes are a great way to get little ones baking over the Easter holidays and a fun alternative to chocolate eggs.
Cupcakes by Karen Taylor from Quick Cakes for Busy Mums.
Biscuits by Tessa Whitehouse from Bake & Decorate Spring/Summer 2015
What better way to decorate a delicious carrot cake than with some little sugar bunnies? This simple cake decorating project is a great one to try with kids over the Easter break.
Cake by Adele Duthie from Bake & Decorate Autumn/Winter 2015-16.
This sweet Easter cake features lots of little rabbits which have been cut out from printed icing sheets. Perfect for a springtime celebration!
Cake by Karen Taylor from Cakes & Sugarcraft Summer 2015.
These cute cake toppers by Carlos Lischetti are a great way to bring some character to your Easter cake. If you want to have a go at making these bunnies and their Easter egg stash, you can find the whole project for free on cakesandsugarcraft.com.
Stencilling is a quick and easy way to dress up springtime bakes and Easter party treats. This bunny-shaped cake has been decorated with a rabbit stencil and would make a fun and colourful centrepiece this Easter.
Cake by Ann Skipp (see courses taught by Ann).
If you’re looking for a more elegant Easter cake, this sunset meadow scene by Harriet Childs is just the thing. The beautiful sunset has been created using an airbrush, the meadow has been painted by hand and the hoppy couple finish the design perfectly.
Cake by Harriet Childs from Cakes & Sugarcraft April/May 2016