Why should kids eat cake from a plate when they can eat it from an ice cream cone with sprinkles and candy on top? With this recipe, they can. They can even decorate their own cake cone with frosting and toppings. To really mix things up, compliment the cake with ice cream served on a plate.
Easter surprises have never been so sweet! Bake up these festive Easter cupcakes, fill with colorful sprinkles, and top with a yellow Peeps marshmallow chick to surprise someone special.Click here for more baking.
With just two ingredients, Betty Crocker cake mix and a can of soda, you can make this simple low-calorie cake. Root beer and chocolate cake mix are used, but you can try different variations by mixing up the cake mix and soda flavors.
Kids can wear their flip-flops to the beach and eat them, too, with this flip-flop-shaped cake recipe. Decorate with food colors, chewy fruit snacks, candy, and edible flowers to make the cake look just like a flip-flop.
This simple recipe calls for the cake mix to be spread on top of the spiced pumpkin filling to form a crumbly crust on this scoopable cake. — Angela CarlosThis recipe is from Teri Gault and The Grocery Game.
Add some heat to your usual chocolate cake with warm flavors of Mexican chocolate and a cinnamon glaze. This simple bundt cake uses Betty Crocker chocolate cake mix as the base for this delicious reinterpretation. This recipe is from Luci's Morsels.