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Rainbow Doodle Birthday Cake

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Photo Credit: Rosie Alyea, Sweetapolita

Have you ever seen a more adorable cake? Leave it up to Rosie from Sweetapolita to come up with this genius idea for her daughter’s {who yes you guessed it couldn’t be any cuter if she tried either} birthday cake. It starts with layers upon layers of bright and gorgeous rainbow colored cakes.


Photo Credit: Rosie Alyea, Sweetapolita

It’s then covered with fondant and decorated with FOOD DECORATOR PENS by the birthday girl herself! Just genius. What a special special cake that any little boy or girl would love to have for their birthday!

To see how to make your very own RAINBOW DOODLE BIRTHDAY CAKE pop on over to SWEETAPOLITA

Be prepared to stay awhile, I don’t think Rosie has made anything I haven’t adored. I have some serious baking and decorating envy, and I’m pretty sure you will too ; )

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Paula Jones started her blog, Bell'alimento, in 2009 as a place to share her recipes with her friends and family. Along with her delicious recipes being a staple on Babble's Food channel, Jones has been featured on sites such as: Saveur, CNN’s Eatocracy, The Cooking Channel, and The Washington Post.

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6 thoughts on “Rainbow Doodle Birthday Cake

  1. scanpennett says:

    Hmmm. With all the issues surrounding artificial food dye I don’t think many parents would attempt this cake. I’d try it using natural dyes but, the flavors don’t work so well with cake/icing.

  2. Lauren says:

    I really like the idea of writing on the cake with the edible ink pens. This could be great for an adults surprise birthday party. The guests could write on the cake before the birthday girl/boy arrived :D

  3. AMANDA says:

    This would be a great idea for a graduation party too. You know how people always have their friends autograph things their senior year, you could have your son or daughter’s friends autograph their cake before you bring it out to cut! :)

  4. crystal says:

    I wish I had the recipie to make this

  5. Neasha says:

    I’m sure its not that hard, yellow cake made the usual way with food coloring added to the layers, except yellow wit a vanilla icing in between the layers and outside cover wit fondant and decorate not that hard……i’ve made it for a whole different type of event but an event nun the less

  6. kim says:

    I wonder if you could add jello mix to get the different colors. Might taste good too!

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