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Do you love sprinkles in your birthday cake? Was the classic Pillsbury Funfetti cake mix your very favorite? Funfetti cakes were a staple of childhood birthday parties, but I haven't had one in a long time — probably because I don't really use boxed cake mixes anymore. I realized, though, that it is still a snap to make a Funfetti cake. Just add sprinkles!

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Do you love sprinkles in your birthday cake? Was the classic Pillsbury Funfetti cake mix your very favorite? Funfetti cakes were a staple of childhood birthday parties, but I haven't had one in a long time — probably because I don't really use boxed cake mixes anymore. I realized, though, that it is still a snap to make a Funfetti cake. Just add sprinkles!

Aiming to impress? Bake up one of these delightful layer cakes—they’re surprisingly easy to create.

Delicious Layer Cake Recipes

Aiming to impress? Bake up one of these delightful layer cakes—they’re surprisingly easy to create.

Yellow Cake With Lemon Curd Filling, Lemon Frosting, Chopped Pistachios, and Candied Lemons

Yellow Cake

Yellow Cake With Lemon Curd Filling, Lemon Frosting, Chopped Pistachios, and Candied Lemons

Italian Buttercream - This is the frosting that you'll find on many wedding cakes. Its silky texture is unparalleled, it pipes like a dream, and can be flavored and colored in as many ways as you can imagine. While it takes a little time to make, it fre.

Italian Buttercream - This is the frosting that you'll find on many wedding cakes. Its silky texture is unparalleled, it pipes like a dream, and can be flavored and colored in as many ways as you can imagine. While it takes a little time to make, it fre.

Royal Icing: This "stiff" icing is perfect for outlining and even for building gingerbread houses and monogramming. To fill in your cookies, add water to your icing a teaspoon at a time, stirring with a rubber spatula, until it is the consistency of syrup. This technique of filling a cookie with thinned icing is called "flooding."

Royal Icing 102 . . . or 201 . . . or whatever comes after 101

Royal Icing: This "stiff" icing is perfect for outlining and even for building gingerbread houses and monogramming. To fill in your cookies, add water to your icing a teaspoon at a time, stirring with a rubber spatula, until it is the consistency of syrup. This technique of filling a cookie with thinned icing is called "flooding."

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