Marshmallow bunny

Marshmallow bunny

As I wrote in a previous post I have been wanting to make some cute marshmallow bunny treats for years now. I have seen them on Martha and how difficult could they be?. Well let me tell you this I only managed to make three and this one was one of the best. Very tricky to pipe. Can you see that it is a bunny anyway? I know the face is missing, but I did not want to make royal icing for just one bunny face 😉


So with a piping bag filled with marshmallow and lots of pink colored sugar what should I do? Choose the easy way;-) so I just made a lot of marshmallow “blobs” coated with pink sugar. Easy, sweet and yummy!

Happy Caking


Louise is the founder and editor of CakeJournal. She's a passionate, self taught, cake artist who has been doing cake decorating since 2002.
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  1. Jaime says

    I think your bunny is great! I made these a long time ago when the recipe came out in the magazine and boy was it a pain! I reheated the marshmallow when it cooled too fast. And the face really makes the whole thing! But I have never made them again!

  2. Coco says

    I can’t belive, your creations are incredible. Fantastic. In muy country don’t have this kind of sweets…LOVELY

  3. Louise says

    The cake maker: Yes if you can get the latest magazine from Squires Kitchen (cakes & sugarcraft) there are a beautiful display with teacup and saucer. and you can find one in the Confetti Cakes book aswell.

    Lyndsay: Yes they would. If only they were easy to pipe…

  4. The Cake Maker says

    The lone bunny is so cute – just like the one of Martha’s page… I did wonder if the mm would be difficult and stick to pipe… am still dying to try it even if I just make blobs too! I also thought that it might make a really cool icing for a cake! piped mm all around! instead of buttercream of ganache! Off the topic have you ever attempted sugar paste teacup and saucer? I have been seaching for instuctions or even a pic but can find nothing… and what with mother’s day comming up here in S.A. I think it could be something to find out about!

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