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Pink Fondant Bunnies

How to decorate cupcakes with pink bunnies

6 pieces

Easy to make 20 Minutes



for the recipe Pink Fondant Bunnies

For the decoration:

1 packet Dr. Oetker Ready to Roll Icing Pink
Dr. Oetker Neon Sugar (green)
Dr. Oetker Writing Icing Brights (lime green)
Dr. Oetker Writing Icing Choc & Caramel Flavoured (milk or dark)
choco strands




To decorate the cupcakes (6 cupcakes):

Pipe half of the cupcake with green writing icing and sprinkle with green neon sugar. Pipe the other half of the cupcake with chocolate writing icing and cover with chocolate sprinkles. Attach your bunny (directions below) with some writing icing.


To make a "tail up" bunny:

Roll three balls of pink fondant, about 4cm for the body, and use your finger to slightly flatten on one end. Roll a smaller amount of fondant into three balls, about 1cm, and attach on top of the larger ball as a tail. Attach using a paintbrush and a small amount of water. For the feet roll 6 balls of fondant about 2cm and roll into a cylinder shape. Use your finger to slightly flatten the cylinder. Using a knife, cut two small lines on one end of each foot. Attach to the slightly flattened end of the body using a paintbrush and a small amount of water.


To make a lying bunny:

To make a lying bunny:

Cut the ready to roll in half. With one half, make three balls, for the bodies. Then cut the other piece in half. From one half, roll three smaller balls for the heads. Then make six ears, three tails and three noses from the other half. Pinch each ear to make a fold. Press ears, a head, nose and tail onto each body. If the ears won’t stick, dip the ends in water. Then, press in eyes with a toothpick.