These mini milkshakes are ADORABLE! Thanks to my guest host Paityn for helping me put these together. They’re super easy to do with kids and would make for a fun birthday party assembly activity.
Obviously with the amount of rainbow cakes I have in my arsenal, I’m a sucker for rainbows. I didn’t know that I loved leopard print until I started on this cake.
I separated five boxes of Trix for this cake idea. I can never get those hours back in my life. Thank goodness the cake turned out beautifully, or I would be drowning my sorrows in a bottomless bowl of breakfast cereal.
Today is my nephew’s third birthday, and one of my BFF’s birthday’s as well. It is the perfect day to make these pancakes for them. Unfortunately, neither of them live close enough for me to drive them to them to celebrate. Well, I guess I could drive them there, but they wouldn’t be very good after a day in the car. Hmm, never mind.
I used to make this cake with my Grandma J. when she lived with us in Cranbrook. It’s a fairly old recipe, and it’s been done many times, and has many different names. Why did I do it if it’s been done before? Because it brings back memories, and it tastes amazing!!