I absolutely adore Easter time and all the pastel colors and bunnies! Everything is just so cute & cuddly!
I also absolutely love the chocolates and yummy desserts during this time of year. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that I usually give up yummy foods for Lent.
Have you ever tried to make a cake in a jar? If not, you should! The presentation of these cakes is so cute and are perfect for an Easter gathering. These Mini Easter Cakes in a Jar are so easy, but they’ll make you look like you deserve to be on The Food Network!
When I tell you they’re easy, I mean THEY ARE EASY! Start with a preheated oven to 350º. Prepare the cake batter according to the box directions. (Are you with me so far?)
Pour the cake batter into 4 oz Mason jars filling a little less than half full. Place the jars on a baking sheet and bake them for 18 minutes.
Allow the cakes to cool completely.
Cream the butter, vanilla, and powdered sugar together in a mixing bowl. Slowly add milk until you get to the desired consistency for the icing. Should be a smooth consistency.
Place the icing in a piping bag for better control. Ice the tops of the cakes.
Sprinkle the icing with candy decorations and place a chocolate bunny on the top of each.
I’m not quite sure what our plans are this Easter because we will be away the few days leading up to the blessed day. Whatever our plans, these Mini Easter Cakes in a Jar will definitely be made because they’re so easy and fun.
- 1 box Yellow or White Cake Mix
- 3 Eggs
- 1/3 cup Vegetable Oil
- 1 cup Water
- 1/2 cup softened Butter
- 2 cup Powdered Sugar
- 1 tsp Vanilla
- 1 tsp Milk
- Candy Decorations
- Mini Chocolate bunnies
- Preheat oven to 350º.
- Make cake batter according to box directions.
- Pour into 4 oz Mason jars filling a little less than half full.
- Place jars on baking sheet and bake for 18 minutes.
- Allow to cool completely.
- Cream butter, vanilla and powdered sugar in mixing bowl.
- Slowly add milk until desired consistency icing is reached.
- Ice the tops of cakes.
- Sprinkle with candy decorations and place a chocolate bunny on the top of each.
Well, this easy dessert is sure to be a hit at your Easter gathering…or any gathering for that matter. So versatile!
What happen to the recipe i cant seem to get it:'(
Alexis Prieto saysat
Sorry Stephany! An update to my website kicked off all of my recipes. It’s fixed now.