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  • Heather Oberg

    The Ultimate School Treat: birthday cake flavored popcorn mix

  • Sarah Walters

    Birthday cake flavored popcorn? Thinking this is Quinn's birthday treat this year. And we can make it gluten and peanut free. Bonus.

  • Sheryl Matson

    Birthday popcorn! Try this birthday cake flavored popcorn mix for your kid's next treat. Totally addictive!

  • Connie May

    Birthday Cake Popcorn Treats for school party snacks

  • Judy Lucas Demeter

    Birthday Cake Popcorn! The Ultimate School Party Treat: No cupcake rule at your school? No problem! Try this birthday cake flavored popcorn mix for your kid's next treat. Totally addictive!

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