Bunnies everywhere!


It’s Bunny week! Here’s my two coastal bunnies.

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The one on the left traveled with me when I moved from California. The botanical bunny on the right is new. They have become good friends.

 I Hope you had a wonderful weekend. I’ve actually been quite busy. Lots of Spring cleaning, gardening, a little painting.
Hunting for garden art.
Actually, I think I just might have found the perfect bike for my garden! I bequeathed my former bunnies to friends in California. What do say we hop back in time for a peek. I’m ready for some fun!

Before moving to the coast this time of year, at Marcia’s Cottage there were lots of bunnies. They were everywhere!

A perfect bunny teapot.. HoP…HoP…HoP..

Lots of chocolate eggs.

 she was always a little camera shy…

However, he was not…

Awww…that’s much better!

 Everyone always wanted to join in the fun.

Hey, where did this one come from…

I would often lose count…..HoP, HoP, HoP…

They really are EvErYwHeRe!


Ok, everyone is here…time for a group photo.

OnE, TwO, ThReE…say “Have a great week! “

And, now it’s time for a sweet treat. Let’s hop on over to the kitchen where all my yummy recipes are kept.

This is an old fashioned favorite recipe you might enjoy preparing.
Bunny cake

This little fellow is not only cute, he/she is delish, and super easy to make! It’s a tradition at our little cottage.

1 box Betty Crocker SuperMoist vanilla cake mix
Water, vegetable oil and eggs called for on cake mix box
pink, purple, and yellow food colors

Frosting and Decorations
2 containers  Betty Crocker Whipped fluffy white frosting
3 cups flaked coconut
Red licorice rope
Jelly beans
Betty Crocker pink colored sugar

1. Heat oven to 350. (325 for dark or nonstick pans) Spray or grease bottoms only of two 9-inch round cake pans. Make cake batter as directed on box.

2 .Divide cake batter evenly among 3 separate bowls (about 1 cup for each bowl). Dye each bowl a different color with pink, purple or yellow food color. Pour half of the purple batter into each of the 9-inch round pans, Pour half of the yellow batter over top of the purple layer in each pan. Pour half of pink batter over yellow batter in each pan. Do not mix.

3. Bake and cool cake as directed on box for two 9-inch rounds. Cool 10 minutes. remove from pans to cooling racks. Cool completely, about 1 hour.

4. Place one of the cooled cake rounds on serving tray. Cut other round cake as shown in Diagram A below and place ears, and bow tie of the bunny in appropriate places on the tray.

5. Carefully frost cake with frosting. Sprinkle coconut over cake. Use licorice to outline bow tie and make whiskers and mouth on bunny. Use jelly beans for eyes, nose, and to fill in bow tie. Use pink sprinkles to fill in pink of the ears. Store covered at room temperature.


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One Response to Bunnies everywhere!

  1. Joe Kuehner says:

    I really enjoyed the cake!

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