Wilton 3D Bunny Pan

Wilton 3D Bunny Pan

Easter eggs are usually the centerpiece of an Easter celebration, as they are bright, colorful and fun to make. The same can be said about a cake made with the Wilton 3D Bunny Pan. This pan bakes a three dimensional bunny-shaped cake that sits upright on a cake stand. It is a great centerpiece for an Easter meal because, unlike the eggs, it really stands out (and up!). You can also eat the cake after it has been on display for a bit – something that I wouldn’t necessarily recommend you do with Easter eggs that have been sitting out for a while!

This cake pan is made of aluminum and comes with two halves. Batter is poured into the lower half of the pan, then the top piece is locked into place on top. While in the oven, the cake will rise up and fill out both sides of the bunny, so there is no need to try to glue bunny halves together with frosting to make this cake stand up (although you can use the pans separately and try this method if you prefer. The pan is not nonstick, but the design is smooth with no narrow cracks for batter to stick in, so you can grease and flour the pan and expect your bunny to pop out easily. Once it’s done, you can decorate your bunny as you wish with frosting and brightly colored candies.

Update: For a recipe a results, check out How to Make an Easter Bunny Cake!

Wilton 3D Bunny Pan

10 comments

  1. How cute! Did the cake rise up enough to adequately fill out the pan?

  2. Carrot cake! I have a recipe that incorporates coconut & pineapple into the cake, and it is soooooooooo moist & delicious (and somewhat heavy).

    It isn’t my recipe, and I’m not sure where I found it, but it is at http://www.stinkerpot.com/StinkerpotKitchen.html.

    I love making shaped cakes, and am trying to get better at decorating. Thanks for your great recipes!

  3. This is so cute, how do we enter to win it? Hugs Barbara

  4. This year our youngest son’s birthday falls on Easter,so celebration will be double.
    Honey mustard crusted baked ham,my czech grand-ma’s paprika potato salad always a favorite.Lemon vanilla cupcakes,lots of easter candy for the kids.Would love to make the Easter bunny cake instead of cupcakes this year!

  5. This pan is too cute. My sister has been looking for a bunny pan to bake in for Easter this year. We would have so much fun with this one!

  6. Glazed ham is always a favorite!

  7. i’m just up and running with my own “kitchen” type blog, but have been following yours for a bit now. My favorite Easter food is a toss up between my mom’s twice baked potatoes and our homemade sugar cookies; both because they have wonderful memories attached and they taste delicious too!

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