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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Easter cakes

Fun & easy Easter cakes

Last year I made this one. 
You don't need a recipe...
Cake mix, 2 round cake pans, frosting, peeps and pastel M&M's
It's especially fun when there are little one's around!
My daughter is making this one for Easter dessert on Sunday. 
There will be 5 kiddo's here so it should be fun  :)

Sun flower cake  (peep cake)
I made this one a couple of years ago, again, easy no need for a recipe
Chococate cake mix, frosting, 2 round cake pans, chocolate chips.

Do you have any special dessert that you love to make for Easter...please share   :)

10 comments:

  1. What great ideas. I especially like the first one, I suppose primarily because of the Easter colors. I'm not a fan of PEEPS, though, but my "kids" sure are. I usually make cheesecake. But this year I'm thinking key lime pie.

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    1. I'm with you Audrey....if it weren't for the kids I wouldn't be inclined to make these. But it sure is fun for them. For the adult there will be 2 pies, not sure what kind but the thought of lime pie is making my mouth water.

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  2. Very cute cakes:) Several years ago I made a cake shaped as rabbit. It was just two round cakes. One was the head, the other one was cut into two ears and the piece left in the middle (between the cut out ears) was used as a bow under the full round cake for the face (looked like a bowtie). I should make it again:)

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  3. They are adorable!

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    1. Thanks Jill, easy peasy and fun at the same time

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  4. Bunnie's coconut cake is a fav of ours!

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    1. I would like that Cheri, but the rest of my family wouldn't. Coconut is definately an acquired taste, and my family didn't get it.

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  5. These are darling Jackie! I have made an Italian cream cake the past couple of years that everyone in my family loves. I was thinking of making a butter cake with salted caramel frosting this year. Enjoy celebrating with your family! He is risen!

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    1. You are such a fancy dessert maker Rachel, the butter cake sound amazing! Happy Easter

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