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Easter Egg Cake

the ultimate Easter Egg celebration Cake
Servings 24
Author Let's Talk Mommy


Rice Krispy Treat Layers

  • 8 cups Kellogg's Rice Krispy Cereal
  • 4 cups mini marshmallows
  • 4 tablespoons butter
  • sprinkles
  • cooking spray


  • 5 oz room temperature butter
  • 10 oz icing sugar
  • 2 tbsp milk
  • food coloring


  • 1 pack mini eggs
  • 1 pack cadbury creme eggs
  • 1 container of multi-colored sprinkles


Rice Krispy Layers

  1. Melt butter on medium heat and melt in marshmallows, stir constantly
  2. Add cereal and quickly take off heat
  3. Add half the sprinkles container, save the rest to decorate
  4. In two circle greased cake pans, separate rice krispy treat in two equal parts and let harden
  5. In a small ramekin put same thickness as cake layers for the middle top rice krispy
  6. Pop out your rice krispy treats and get ready to add frosting and decorations on top.


  1. Cream butter together slowly half of the powdered sugar until smooth
  2. Add remaining powdered sugar and 1 tablespoon of milk until smooth
  3. If necessary add second tablespoon
  4. Stir in food coloring of your choice (I used two colors pink and yellow, in separate bowls)

To Decorate Cake

  1. Put a thin layer of frosting on your first rice krispy cake
  2. Add mini eggs in a circle pattern
  3. Add a layer of frosting to the bottom of the second rice krispy cake
  4. Gently adding it on top of mini eggs
  5. Add frosting to the top of the second rice krispy cake
  6. Cut cadbury eggs carefully in half and place in a circle with mini eggs between each one
  7. Add sprinkles
  8. Position your mini rice krispy cake from ramekin in the middle of cadbury eggs
  9. Add a little frosting on top and three mini eggs to finish the cake

Recipe Notes

Why not use Cadbury caramel eggs if you prefer instead of creme eggs?