Project Description

Easter Egg Hunt Pound Cake by Not Your Momma's Cookie

Sometimes, I think I’ve made up childhood memories. Case in point: Easter egg hunts.

I feel I’ve done one before. But, honestly, I can’t remember one. So, I’m wondering if I’ve somehow convinced myself that I did, indeed, participate in this annual Easter ritual. That I just imagined myself in a frilly dress, hunting around the yard for brightly colored eggs and now, as an adult, I believe it to be true.

In honor of my questionable childhood memories, I hid an Easter egg for you…inside of a pound cake!

When my lovely and amazing blogging friend Hani, from Haniela’s, invited to me to participate in an Easter Extravaganza, how could I say no? I’ve had a lot of fun with surprise inside cupcakes (like this, this, and this) and I decided to try it with a pound cake instead.

Here’s how you do it:


Easter Egg Hunt Pound Cake
Recipe Type: Cake
Author: Jennifer
Serves: 12
  • 2 boxes of pound cake mix (feel free to substitute 2 batches of your favorite pound cake recipe) plus required ingredients (egg, butter, etc.)
  • Food coloring
  • Egg-shaped cookie cutter
  1. Prepare one box of pound cake mix. Grease and flour an 9×5 loaf pan. Preheat oven according to box directions.
  2. Divide batter into several different colors.
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  4. Spoon each color batter into the loaf pan, resulting in different colored layers.
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  6. Bake according to box directions. Let cool.
  7. Slice bread into several slices. Cut out an egg shape from each slice (my egg cutter was too large, so I used the largest part of a snowman cutter and then trimmed it).
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  9. Prepare other box of pound cake mix. Place a small layer of plain batter into the bottom of a 9×5 loaf pan. Add egg shapes in a line down the middle.
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  11. Spoon the remaining plain batter around the egg shapes, covering completely. Bake as directed. Slice to see shapes!

Please check out all of these amazing Easter creations! 


3D Easter Bunny by Marielle – De Koekenbakkers

Chick Cupcakes by Robin – Bird On A Cake

Mrs. Bunny Centerpiece by Myriam – Chapix Cookies

Cheesecake Easter Eggs by Beth – Hungry Happenings

Cho “Bunny” Greek Yogurt Pops by Jill – Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

Hidden Easter Eggs by Stephanie – Ellie’s Bites

Easter Egg Cupcakes by Liz – Hoosier Homemade

Easter Treat Pouches by Elena – Just Me

Mini Meringue Cake by Karyn – Pint Sized Baker

Bunny Cake by Kathia – Pink Little Cake

Easter Gumball Machine by Marlyn – Montreal Confections

Easter Island by Laura – A Dozen Eggs Bake Shoppe

Easter Bunny Sandwich by Michelle – Creative Food

Bunny Garland by Sue – Munchkin Munchies

Egg Hunt Pound Cake by Jennifer – Not Your Momma’s Cookie

Dutch Easter Egg by Lorraine – Lorraine’s Cookies

Easter Egg Painting Chicks by Mike – Semi Sweet

Easter Basket Cookies by Amber – Sweet Ambs Cookies

The Carrot Patch Cake by Kim – The Partiologist

Cookie Bunny Pop by Meaghan – The Decorated Cookie

Pretzel Bunnies by Sarah – Miss CandiQuik

I, Robot Egg Cookie by Hani – Haniela’s