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Peep Bunny Racecar Dessert Cake Recipe for Easter : Fun for Kids

Updated on April 5, 2014
5 stars from 1 rating of Peep Bunny Racecar Dessert Cakes

There is no better time to get creative with some fun, festive ingredients than during the holidays.These Peep Bunny Racecar cakes are quick, easy-to-make, and loads of fun for the kids. After you are done, you can line your bunnies up for a fun-filled race to the finish line!

Prep time: 10 min
Ready in: 10 min
Yields: 10 Cakes

What You Will Need

  • 10 Twinkies, Can be substituted for cloud cakes or any other filled sponge cake
  • 1 Bag of small pretzels, Twist
  • 1 Bag of marshmallows, White
  • 1 Package of decorator frosting, White
  • 1 Food coloring, Color is optional
  • 1 Package of sprinkles, For decorating
  • 10 Peep¬© Bunnies, Any color

Fun Tip

Place a small amount of frosting in a bowl and add food coloring to make a cool color frosting you can use to decorate your racecar!

How to Make The Peep Bunny Racecars

  1. Take a Twinkie and cut out a small square in the top, about a quarter of an inch, in the middle of the Twinkie (use a butterknife or spoon)
  2. Place the bunny Peep snuggly in the hole.
  3. Use scissors to cut 2 marshmallows in half for the wheels
  4. Use decorator frosting to attach the wheels to the Twinkie; 2 on each side.
  5. Use the decorator frosting to attach the pretzel steering wheel in front of the bunny.
  6. Have fun and decorate as you like with the sprinkles and food coloring!

© 2014 Rosalie


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      Rosalie 3 years ago from California

      Yes, indeed! Thanks bearnmom for checking it out!

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      Laura L Scotty 3 years ago from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

      Very imaginative.