If I Knew You Were Coming, I’d’ve Baked a Peep Cake

The cake I baked for Easter wasn’t homemade, natural, organic, gluten free, sugar free, or even low fat.

 

Shamefully, I used a box of Better Crocker yellow cake mix to form two 8 inch round cakes, two packages of yellow Peeps, two tubs of chocolate icing and a bag of milk chocolate chips to create this sunflower Peep cake .  Nope, there was nothing healthy about it and it was damn good.  In fact, it was so good that I ate a slice for lunch the next day.

After I finished this cake, my oldest daughter suggested I pipe on some green icing to make a stem and a leaf on the side of the cake which was such a cute idea, but I was too lazy to mess with icing and a piping bag.  I’ll try that the next time I make this cute Peep cake.

Also, I think next time I make this cake, I’ll use white icing, white chocolate chips and pink or purple Peeps so the cake has a brighter springtime Easter flavor appearance.

 

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Now link up and see what treats If I Could Escape and Gone Bananas are serving for this week’s Friday Food Fight.


 

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21 thoughts on “If I Knew You Were Coming, I’d’ve Baked a Peep Cake

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  3. OMG… that looks so totally delicious! I love everything about it. Chocolate, cake and PEEPS!!! They are my favorite, I even buy an extra package to let go stale because I love eating them stale.
    I love your idea of using the lighter colors to make it more spring like, lovely!
    Thanks again for always supporting our meme… YOU ROCK!!

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