Put an egg on it! Not just any candy eggs – these dreamy milk chocolate marshmallow eggs from Sugarfina! Who can resist Easter candy? It’s so pastel-cute and crispy-chocolatey delicious it’s practically evil, and they make the perfect decoration for an insanely easy Easter cake. I piped this crazy buttercream cake with vanilla buttercream using a multi-opening tip (my favourite tip, don’tcha know!) and then tucked my eggies onto the top in a simple half-moon pattern.
Miffy = bunny, bunny = Easter! Any excuse to use my Miffy cookie cutters! (which I think were originally meant for bento boxes.)
I just used scissors and craft paper and eyeballed the Miffy cake topper – her little face is so easy and cute, but you need to get the proportions right! I just attached the Miffy paper cut out onto a wooden skewer and voila – cake topper! ^__^
What’s your favourite Easter candy? Mine is CHOCOLATE PEANUT BUTTER EGGS because I’m a chocolate and peanut butter pig.
Plus, the cutest Easter vibes around the internet:
Kelly continues to be my DIY hero because LIL’ BURGER EASTER EGGS!
Who can resist this adorable sleeping bunny face! CUTE.
The original, the cutest speckled egg cake!
Heather is SO CREATIVE. Edible paper mâché polka dot EGG piñata! This feels straight out of Dr.Seuss.
This amazing looking cake book Layered by my sweet friend Tessa will be your Easter and everything go-to in the future! I can’t wait!
Happy Easter, sweet cake pals! Hope you get to cram mouthfuls of chocolate and candy! (or raw cacao nib balls, if you’re a health nut!) xo Lyndsay
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