Day #5 is here, along with our final revisited and recreated recipe. I’ve really enjoyed remembering these recipes with all of you. I hope you have found one to try for this upcoming holiday weekend!
Our final recipe is my personal favorite of the week, mainly because it brings the most smiles. If you want to make a cake that will be a show-stopper at your holiday celebration, this is it.
This recipe was published recently, in January of 2013. It is so incredibly fun to make. I’ve made it 5 times now and each time I do, I love it more. You can color the cake layers, you can color the polka dots…endless fun possibilities!
It is not a difficult recipe, but it is time consuming and it requires a cake ball maker (or, according to my commenters on the recipe, a mini muffin tin).
It takes two cake mixes and I made both mixes and simply divided them evenly into the three colors. I made 12 cake balls in each color and one layer of each color.
The original blog post has detailed instructions and photos, so I recommend you visit there 1st if you want to make this cake. The comments are also very helpful and full of tips on making this work well.
To see the original recipe and instructions click here.
To print the original recipe click here.
Thank you so much for joining me this week for a trip down memory lane. I hope it was as fun for you as it was for me.
Did you catch all of our recipe remakes this week? If not, click on the ones you missed to be taken to the post!