Confetti Peeps Cake


I love all things confetti, sparkle, and sweet. These Party Cake Peeps required their own confetti cake! I’m still having fun experimenting with naked {un-iced} cakes. For this cake I shaved off the edges so that the confetti would show through!

How to:

Divide Duncan Hines Confetti Cake mix among two 6 in. pans and bake on the middle rack of the oven until a tester inserted in the center of each cake layer comes out clean.

While cakes are cooling, place Whipped Frosting in a piping bag fitted with a large star tip. I made a lemon Whipped frosting for the top layer.

Once cakes are cooled, assemble them by trimming any doming with a serrated knife. Freeze cakes for one hour. Use a large serrated knife to “carefully” trim around the edges. Then cut both cakes in half so that you end up with four layers. Place one layer (cut side up) on your cake stand. Frost the top and place your second layer over the first and so on. It’s a little messy, but oh, so cute! Let your kids get in on the fun by topping the cake off with the Party Cake Peeps!


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Categories: Dessert, holiday


Creative Director/ Stylist, Save the Date for Cupcakes. Lover of all things sweet & gorgeous.


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