Easter Cake

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This Easter Cake is a HUGE hit at our house for Easter. It is the easiest decorated cake I have ever made. You don’t even have to worry about what the frosting looks like because the frosting is almost entirely covered up. Use your favorite cake mix and your favorite frosting.

Click on the link below to see the step by step directions with a printable recipe card.

https://indianeskitchen.com/2017/04/14/easter-cake

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      • My mom saw it too Diane – I think in Family Circle or Woman’s Day magazine … she said “we have to make this – my neighbor was crazy for Peeps”. I think you would have gotten along fine as well! When I worked on site, we had about 75 people and the staff was about 30 and every holiday my mom and I would make something small for each of the girls and I’d put it on their desk before most people got to work. For Easter, my mom had a Land O’ Lakes butter cookbook that she sent for free from a butter carton. She saw these little bird’s nests and of all the things we ever made, the girls liked these the best. https://www.landolakes.com/recipe/18764/jelly-bean-nests/

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      • Oh how funny Diane. We made them for the girls at work and they turned out so nicely … very festive looking. Yes, my mom had that little cookbook – probably is still in the drawer, but I knew the recipe was online. The Director of H.R. got one of the little treats each holiday (also she was my other boss at the time) … she e-mailed me after she left the Firm and wanted to make it for her Sunday School kids and asked if I could send it to her – took me half a second to find it online.

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