Oh my goodness! Time is running so fast these days. A moment of not paying attention and the Easterholidays are already around the corner. Your beloved ones come for a visit ( or you will visit them) And together with the smallest explorers you begin the search for sweets which might fell off of the Easter bunny’s basket. On Domi’s Bake Farm this tradition will be a little bit different. Instead of looking for colourfully painted Easter eggs, we will try to find the Easter bunny himself. Or let’s say, we will try to find the closely related bunny butt cake balls.

Bunny Butt Cake Balls

A bouquet of of flowers

I’m afraid that this search could be more difficult than expected. ‘Cause these cake balls dressed in an almost snow-white dress of coconut flakes are anything but gaudy. In addition those bunny butts are very fearful. Hearing the slightest peep and  they flee or at least try to do so. Unfortunately, we arequicker. Ha! I caught one.

Lots of bunny butt cake balls

Close-up of three bunny butt cake balls

*nom* *nom* In my opinion those bunny butt cake balls don’t need to hide. Just taking one bite and you get the feeling of sitting barefoot in the sun and sipping a Piña Colada. Mayby I am exaggerating a bit. Butwhat do you associate with coconut flakes and pieces of pineapple? Make your own batch of bunny butt cake balls, taste them, and let me know:

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Bunny Butt Cake Balls
Prep Time 30 minutes
Passive Time at least 3 hours
Servings
pieces
Ingredients
Prep Time 30 minutes
Passive Time at least 3 hours
Servings
pieces
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Mix butter and powdered sugar until everything is well combined. Add cream cheese, cream of coconut and coconut flakes and stirr a few times,
  2. Cut the pineapple pieces into even smaller ones and add them together with the cake crumbs to the cream cheese mixture and mix until you get a mouldable dough
  3. form the dough into big balls (at least as big as ping pong balls) and the same amount of pea-sized balls. They needto be refridgerated for at least three hours (being in the fridge over night would be even better)
  4. Melt the white chocolate in a bowl ofer boiling water, galze the balls with it, and roll them in coconut flakes. Use a tiny bit of chocolate to attach the smaller ball (it will be the bunny tail) onto the bigger one. Put them back into the fridge for a few more minutes.
  5. Finally, form small bunny-like paws and again use a bit of the chocolate to attach them to the cake balls. Place the right under the small ball.
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Oops! I have to hurry up now, otherwise all the cake balls will be found and eaten.

Bunny butt cake balls in a white bowl

With this in mind,

have a wonderful Easter Sunday!

The bunny butt cake balls in a white bowl