Mccormick Bunny Cake

Featured in the April 2006 Showtime Magazine
Prep Time:
45 minutes
Cook Time:
35 minutes
12 servings



1pkg.Betty Crocker cake mix any flavor,

3H-E-B large eggs,

1/2cupHill Country Fare Canola Oil,

1boxMcCormick assorted neon! Food colors & egg dye,

2cans (16 oz.)Betty Crocker white frosting,

1pkg. (14 oz.)Mounds coconut flakes,

1pkg. each:Hill Country Fare chocolate drops, red licorice whips mini gumdrops & marshmallows for decorating bunny,


1Heat oven to 350F. Heavily spray two, 9-inch round baking pans with non-stick cooking spray. Dust pans with 2 tablespoons flour; shake out excess.

2Combine cake mix, eggs, 1 1/3 cup water and oil in a large bowl. Beat the cake batter with an electric mixer for 2 minutes at medium speedor 450 strokes by hand. Pour batter into prepared pans.

3Bake the cake for 35 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool cakes in pan on cooling rack at least 10 to 20 minutes. Remove cake from pan and cool topside up on rack. Do not decorate the cake until fully cooled.

4Once cooled, use one cake for the face and cut ears and bowtie out of the other. Assemble the Bunny on a foil covered cookie sheet pan.

5Tint the white icing with the Neon color of your choice and frost the cake. Use the small candies to form the eyes, nose and mouth. Tint the coconut the same Neon color of the icing: For the Bunny, put 2 cups coconut in a zipper bag with 5 to 6 drops of the Bunny Neon color you chose. Shake the bag until the coconut is tinted to the right shade of color. For the Grass,put 1 cup of coconut in a zipper bag with 5 drops of the Green Neon color and shake the bag until the coconut is green. Sprinkle the Bunny coconutover the icing and gently pat. Sprinkle the green coconut around the base of the Bunny

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