I have something to admit. Lately I’ve been impulsively baking and decorating gluten free cakes.
Make box mix fancy for your next tea party or gathering with this zesty cake concept. The lemon on top is pretty and functional. Serve each person a slice of lemon with their cake so they can squeeze on as much extra flavor as they like.
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Check out this rainbow themed birthday party for my little girl, and use the ideas as inspiration for your own rainbow or unicorn party! A link to the cake recipe and a fruit dip recipe is included.
This rainbow cake was made for my 4 year old daughter’s birthday party, but it could easily be used for a unicorn themed party. A printable buttercream cake topper template and gluten free cake batter recipe is included.
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This birthday, big #8, is the first to follow my son’s ADHD diagnosis. We’ve made a lot of changes in our household since undertaking a natural treatment plan, and I’ve had to relearn how to recreate a few old traditions. For example, the birthday party.
My son’s birthday party is coming up and the theme he chose is dinosaurs. In preparation for party game prizes I typically head for coloring books and cheapo novelty toys, but this year’s theme took me in a different direction. As I was brainstorming activities, I wondered if the kids could “excavate” some cool prizes while unearthing pretend fossils. After some digging (pardon the pun) I figured the best way to pull this off was to use an item I keep seeing on Pinterest: sensory bins.