Easter Basket Cake

I saw a Kit Kat cake over on Jennifer Cooks blog
and thought it was such a cool idea! 
Her cake also has ice cream in it and sounds amazing! 
I was looking for an idea for our Easter cake and thought that I could make the Kit Kat cake into a basket.  My friend Tami had made an amazing looking Easter basket cake last year,
so I was combining both ideas. 
 I just used a box cake mix in two 9 inch round pans.  Put them together and frosted the cake as normal.  Then just added Kit Kat’s around the outside.  Filled the inside with M&M’s, Egg’s, and Peeps.  The grass around the bottom is edible grass that I picked up at Target.  It was really easy to make! Oh, and the “basket” handle is just an old handle from an ice cream bucket! 

I am hoping that it tastes as good as it looks! 
Happy Easter everyone!

Chrissy

Comments

  1. Natasha SerenityYou says

    love this!! my fav chocolate is a yummy kit kat!!

    Thanks for linking up to Serenity Saturday link party. hope to see you there today!

    Natasha xxx

  2. Jill says

    That is the CUTEST cake I have ever seen!!! Such a fun idea for Easter! I am going to pin this and make it next year!! Thanks so much for sharing at Thursday's Temptation.
    Jill

  3. says

    I just featured this fab cake at Cedar Hill Ranch's FB page. Thanks for joining Cowgirl Up, and grab a featured button, if you like.

  4. Samantha says

    Going to pin this idea- cute and yummy! Thank you for sharing at Cowgirl Up this week. Love having you at our party!
    :) Samantha @ Crafty Texas Girls

  5. Laurie says

    Really Chrissy? Aren't we supposed to be “working out?” pffft.. thanks! now I have to make one, and probably eat it secretly when everyone is sleeping at night!

  6. says

    This is so cute! I love how you used the Kitkats to make the “basket”! I love this idea!!!! I'm your newest follower. Happy Easter!

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