White Chocolate Finger & Mini Egg Pastel Rainbow Cake / 2015 Easter Cake

White Chocolate Finger & Mini Egg Pastel Rainbow Cake / 2015 Easter Cake

Every single year I say I’m going to make an Easter cake, this year I finally did. It took me two days to make and cost us an absolute fortune (there were seven packs of Mini Eggs costing £1 each involved, plus all the other ingredients) but I am glad that I finally made it as I have been wanting to attempt a pastel rainbow cake for a while now.

white chocolate pastel layer cake with white chocolate finger edging and mini egg topping

mini egg easter cakemini egg and white chocolate finger cake for easterinside pastel layer cake with white buttercream icing

To make the cake I followed this white chocolate sponge cake recipe but doubled the ingredients, apart from the buttercream, I made the same amount of buttercream and it was plenty to ice between each layer, the top and the sides of the cake.
Once I had made the cake mixture I split it out into three equal portions and added Sugarflair paste colours in sky blue, spring green and baby pink, to give you a rough idea of how well the paste colours hold the below photo is how the colours looked before baking.

colour consistency of cake dough for pastel layer cake

Once the cake had cooled I stuck everything together with the buttercream and refrigerated overnight. The cake was massive, very stodgy, but very delicious. The colours were a little more washed out than I had hoped but still looked good.

While I am on the subject of Easter here are some ridiculously cute photos of Aria waiting for daddy to wake up on Easter morning.

cute baby in knitted Easter outfit set


  1. 11th April 2015 / 8:49 am

    What a gorgeous cake! I love it, and I may have to give the recipe a go 🙂 xx

  2. 11th April 2015 / 6:29 pm

    Aria looks so cute!!! Your cake is awesome! I just may try this out!

    Thank you for linking up with the #WeekendBlogHop

    Laura x x x

  3. 12th April 2015 / 1:06 pm

    Mmm mini eggs and cakes – two of my favourite things together – now that's a cake after my own heart! X

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