Cocktail
This wedding-inspired drink tastes just as sweet as the cake, but packs a lot less calories! We love the idea of serving this reddish martini at a bridal or bachelorette party with the girls. Be sure to garnish with a lemon twist to give it that extra flair factor!
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Use your cubed cake for a quick and delicious trifle using a seasonal fruit compote. Layer cinnamon-flavored whipped cream, chocolate or vanilla pudding, or even plain Greek yogurt with leftover wedding cake and fruit compote. Click here to see What to Do with Leftover Wedding Cake
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Have family and friends over for the first viewing of your wedding pictures and serve this delicious crumb cake — made from your leftover wedding cake — to make it all the more nostalgic. Click here to see What to Do with Leftover Wedding Cake
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Mexican Wedding cookies (back)
These shortbread-like nut balls are mysteriously referred to both as Russian Tea Cookies and Mexican Wedding Cakes — for Phoebe’s Top Chef Cook-Off, I stuck with the theme of the latter. Typically, you make them with very little sugar in the dough; they’re sweetened instead by rolling them through a mountain of powdered sugar after baking. But because I wasn’t in the mood to dust powdered sugar from every corner of my kitchen, I opted to mix the sugar into the dough. They stay crisp this way, too — whereas sugar on the outside can become soggy. 
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Cake Crumb Cookies
Make multipurpose cake crumbs from your wedding cake to add to a frosted cake for texture, or to make these Cake Crumb Cookies.Click here to see What to Do with Leftover Wedding Cake
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