Make up a big ol' batch of Egg White Frosting. It tastes exactly like a marshmallow and has a wonderful sheen. It really is the only logical choice for a Bunny Cake . . . .
Dye some coconut for grass and use what you have on hand to decorate the bunny. I used red food coloring to finger paint the ears, we cut up a cardboard gum pack for whiskers, and used Jelly Bellies for eyes, nose and yes - droppings . . .
Now just slap the Bunny Cake on any flat surface and start counting. Within 60 seconds, some supposed adult will run over and sample the "droppings", guaranteed . . .
I guess my point is this - I dearly miss my Mom, but she made her last Bunny Cake in 1994; I miss my boys daily but they are 27 and 25 years old as well as 850 miles and 3050 miles away respectively and hopefully making their own Bunny Cakes for their loved ones. But for just awhile, while I was beating that frosting and carving that cake, my Mom was still alive and my kids were playing together in the living room - and that is the power of the Bunny Cake. Happy Easter everyone . . .