Number Cake

Of course I had to bake for the first children’s birthday of 2016. And what would be better for this occasion than a simple rectangular cake with a colorful number surprise? The recipe is all over the internet, for example here or here, and the idea is easy: you bake a colorful cake, cut out the desired number or any other shape, and again bake it into an uncolored cake. Voilà – you got a surprise cake!

I still have Wilton food colors from my rainbow cake, so I only needed to get a cookie cutter with a number shape. I used the number one, so I could cut out several numbers from each slice of cake. Still, there is a lot of leftover cake.

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Of course you can use the remaining cake to make cake pops. But after a few failures, I have to say that I hate cake pops! So I made muffins from the colorful rest and decorated them with some leftover numbers.

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Since this cake not only has to bake two times, but also needs to cool completely in between, I had some time left. Furthermore, I also had leftover frosting from my baby cake. So I also made some confettilicious cupcakes. Maybe they are a little less suited for small children, but delicious for grownups.

Happy first birthday, J.!

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