In my last post, a scrapbook of our holiday season,
I received a couple of questions about the featured birthday cake
for my son's 13th.
Soooooo, I thought I'd put together a quick post to share how easy ---
and fun---it is to make!
I'm no superstar in the kitchen, but I do love to bake cakes for
my favorite people. So here goes!
Pictured here, the super simple steps are below:
Simply bake your favorite cake recipe in two 8 inch round pans and then find
My son asked for a chocolate on chocolate cake; so that's what we went with!
Then, carefully cut around the paper.........
...to reveal the age-in-cake ( ! )
The birthday boy awoke way before I finished and
wanted a hand in decorating his own cake .....
on his gorgeous, sunny, uncharacteristically balmy December birthday.
Once cut, frost and decorate with the preferred candy of the birthday boy ( girl) .
My son loves him some skittles.
Frankly, I'm an m and m person.......!
But, either way, it looked quite festive and colorful!
By the way, here's last year's candy shop cake a-n-d-
if you are indeed on a search for the perfect birthday cake, no need to go to pinterest.
Just check out my friend Tracy's blog for all her cake favorites.
You know a blog titled a Slice of Smith Life will feature remarkable desserts
for all occasions, don't you?!!
Thanks for topping by friends...
I'll be back shortly with the full scoop on our Avatar the Last Airbender
birthday party held a few weeks ago for my new teen.
though if you're party searching and want to stop over!
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