Happy Day- I have been soooo busy the past few weeks putting together a birthday party for my little one. It was Saturday. The weather was great and the girls all had fun. Success. I can't wait to share it with you over the next few weeks! Today, however, is Make It Monday.
With St. Patrick's Day right around the corner, I thought these rainbow cakes in mason jars would be a great way to celebrate the holiday. I got the ideas for the cakes on pinterest but decided to add the phrase and label to create a cute little favors (wrapped with a bow). You could also do a healthy version of catch a rainbow by using fruit instead of cake. In my fruit rainbow, I used purple grapes, blueberries, kiwi, pineapple, mandrain oranges and strawberries. Cut the fruit into small pieces so the its easier to make distinct layers.
|Supplies: white cake batter, mason jars, food dye, white frosting, labels|
Put the batters into ziploc bags. This will make it easier to fill the jars without getting the batter all over the side.
Cut the tips off the bags and layer the batter into the jars. Only fill the batter half way up the jar. No higher. Bake at 350 degrees for about 18 minutes. Once the cake is cool add your "cloud" or frosting.
Top with a label and ribbon and your done.
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