Friday, April 22, 2011

Easter Coconut Lamb Cake - It's A Family Tradition

One of my favorite childhood memories was seeing a white lamb formed cake sitting on the dessert table at Easter. This was my mom's pride and joy and something us kids looked forward to every year. Except maybe the year when I watched her put it together using toothpicks to hold the head together (she didn't use enough batter in the mold and the head was a bit on the thin side and broke into pieces as she tried to frost it).  As I mentioned in a previous post, this traumatic event sent me into years of therapy (chuckle).  Here is a photo that I found when I googled lamb cake that most resembles my mom's.


But I couldn't stop with this after seeing the next several photos featuring the lamb cake mold:


For some reason, this one reminds me of Richard Simmons.

 

And this one is the spittin image of Lamb Chops from the 1950's television series.


This one rather scared me ... did they run out of frosting or were they trying for another animal image?





And this would be an albino lamb ?



Only her hairdresser knows for sure!


 
And this looks exactly like my cousin's Chiuaua!




But however you choose to decorate your lamb cake this year, I hope your Easter is a blessed one!

8 comments:

Viv said...

Hi Lillian! Thanks for the lovely comments on my card and I LOVE these pics and your comments! LMAO!
Checking out some of your yummy recipes too.... we have an abundance of rhubarb at the moment so guess what I'm doing today!

Viv xx
www.doggonecrazy-viv.blogspot.com

kim said...

I love the lamb. How cute is that. Wow very creative. I found your blog from Momo's site. I am a follower now. I am very new at blogging and only have one project posted on my blog but feel free to check it out. There will be more posted.

Happy Crafting,
Kim
http://mycraftingcreations.com

Alison Jane Hann said...

Oh my gosh! I've never actually seen a lamb cake. They're all adorable. (I personally love the hairdresser one) Thanks so much for sharing and have a happy and blessed Easter!

Shirl said...

Just stopping by to say hello Lillian and to say thank you for becoming a follower. Love your post on the lamb cake and all your witty comments. Off to become a follower and to check out the rest of your creations.
Hugs Shirl x x

Basement Stamper said...

what a beautiful cake and I bet it was delicious!!

Emily Leiphart said...

LOL, what a funny post! Those lamb cake photos are hilarious. They all look delicious though. ;)

Gloria said...

It was fun to surprise everyone with keeepig the lamb on our Easter table. Ok, so I cheated and stuffed the mold with Rice Krispie treats instead of cake batter. No one seamed to mind though :)

Scrapendipity said...

Oh my gosh. Some of these are truly frightening. I love your sense of humor. I think we will be great friends. LOL

Shar