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Lambs symbolise many things during Easter; the turn of winter into spring, new young life and in some forms of Christianity, lamb was sacrificed as Passover for the last supper.
It is no wonder that Germany has taken on the lamb as a symbol, in the form of cake. In most bakeries you will find Lamb cakes in all sizes, covered in powered sugar, lemon glaze or surrounded in chocolate and lollies.
To create your own lamb cake, you can carve your own from layers of cake, however the easiest is to buy a Lamb shaped cake tin. These have been around for many years, a quick google search and you will come across many vintage Lamb cake tins, as well as thousands of brand-new ones.
125 g butter
100 g honey
1 tsp vanilla extract
125 g ground almonds
200 g flour
1.5 tsp baking powder
125 ml milk