Bunny Pool Cake
How to Make a Diving Bunny Pool Cake
Fondant is not that difficult to make and is fairly inexpensive to make, but it is fairly expensive to buy. Since it’s pretty bland to eat anyways, we recommend just making it (preferably the night before making this cake). Here’s the fondant recipe that we used.
Level the bottom layer before frosting, but leave the top layer rounded.
It will take 3 of the king size bars (about 42 strips) to enclose the pool cake.
Any candy in pastel colors works just fine – use pure chocolate, peanut butter, malted milk or even jelly beans.
The pink fondant must be enough to make 6 small circles and 2 larger oblong shapes.
On the oblong feet shapes, carve out a few toes by using a knife to cut a couple of “V” shapes on one end. For the tail, roll the smaller ball in some shredded coconut to resemble a cotton tail.
This cake also works great as a pool party cake. Use blue frosting for the top of the cake and instead using fondant and candies, you can buy small plastic toys to decorate the top. Think swimmer, diving board, surfboard, towel, beachball, flip-flops, etc.