The bunny cake turned out okay. I had started with a frosting page and was adding texture to the bunny but I ran out of frosting and enlisted my husband to make some more. He accidentally added too much milk and even though we added more sugar and butter, the frosting was still too thin so the textures I was adding didn't stay. I just frosted it plain instead and then added some pink sugar for the feet. It wasn't exactly what I wanted but it looks good and tastes yummy.
Hubs took the rest of the frosting and colored it so he could frost the cookies. He is quite good at making colors, if only he was good at making the frosting itself! ;)
Hubs had also picked up some pez candies for the kids and we already had the candy necklace kits but nothing to stick them in and so I whipped up a couple goody bags in the morning. The kids seemed to like them and it was easy to keep track of who's candy belonged to who.
I had thought of making mini-quiches because I had some pie crust in the fridge but it had gone bad and I didn't check it until 945. Company was coming at 1030. So, I opened my Betty Crocker cookbook and looked up the recipe. It seemed easy enough but I did not have time to refrigerate the dough but I thought it would be okay. The dough tasted good but it was crumbly. I'm sure if I had refrigerated it that it wouldn't have been so crumbly. Oh well, now I know for next time. I added fresh spinach and cheddar cheese to the eggs and baked them. They turned out pretty well, if not for crumbly.
Ah well. This was the first brunch we've ever hosted. After they left, Hubs commented that yes, we were now adults who host things like brunch. I guess this is growing up.