Happy Spring! Easter is just around the corner, and you know what they say about March: “in like a lion, out like a lamb.” Why not make this cotton candy lamb cake topper to celebrate?
This edible cake topper is a fun and playful way to dress up a plain cake this Easter. You could even make a herd of them using different colors of cotton candy!!
What You Need
- Rice Krispie treat (I made a small batch and formed a round oval body, but you could use a premade square and cut it down to an oval)
- Food coloring
- Cotton candy
Use a toothpick to poke four holes into the bottom of the Rice Krispie body, wiggling the toothpick to make wider holes. Carefully put a Pocky stick into each hole – these will be the legs. They’re very long for now, but you’ll push the excess into the cake later.
Cut a marshmallow in half lengthwise, and use a toothpick to put a dot of food coloring as an eye. Cut down the remaining half marshmallow into two smaller ears.
Stick one end of a toothpick into the marshmallow head and put the other end into the Rice Krispie body to attach.
Gently tear away a layer of cotton candy large enough to cover the Rice Krispie body. You can add and layer additional pieces for more coverage. Be careful though – the more you handle the cotton candy, the less fluffy it becomes. Add a small puff of cotton candy for the tail
Place the ears on the marshmallow head (use a drop of water to attach, if necessary), and add another bit of cotton candy on top of the head. Then gently put the lamb on top of your cake and push down into the cake to hide the long while also keeping the topper secure.