Here’s the birthday cake, cuppies, and candy you requested (seen here)… with a little confession attached:
I’ve NEVER tasted yellow cake with chocolate frosting! Is that crazy? Don’t answer that. A yellow cake virgin is right alongside as crazy as one who makes homemade jumbo rainbow sprinkles to top it all off (which I clearly did not make because THAT, my dears, would be destination Crazyville). I’ve still got a ways to go, I’m afraid.
It’s like a sugar cookie in cake form. I’ve seen the light and am a believer. Birthday or not… this deliciousness is happening more often.
Recipe will make 1 mini 4 layer cake, plus a dozen cupcakes. Cake pans are 6 1/2 inch rounds. Sprinkles by Wilton. #1 candle purchased at Party City. Cupcake liners at Michael’s Craft Store.
Recipe Here: Yellow Cake & Cupcakes with Chocolate Frosting
To make the favors, simply: spray paint canning jar lids, rings, and mini plastic animals. once dried, glue to the tops with E-600 or hot glue. Fill jars with gum balls and assemble lids!
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