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  • Anjali Khurana

    M+M 3rd birthday cake, via Enchanted Mommy | Made this for my youngest nephew's third birthday party -- super easy and super fun! I used Bakerella's chocolate cake recipe (http://www.bakerella.com/just-a-cake/) as the base, made two 6-cup bundt cakes and went to town with the M The M soften after a few hours on the icing so the cake was pretty easy to eat too.

  • Heather Halliday

    A number cake! I think I will wait until Scott's 3rd birthday because it's a bunt cake and the number 2 would be too hard to do.

  • Becca Loren

    Fun kids birthday cake idea

  • Lori Abbott

    Awesome 3rd Birthday Cake idea. Two bundt cakes and candy.

  • Marisa Sacks

    27 Amazing birthday cake ideas: Via @babycenter #birthdaycakes Don't know how I'd ever make a number 3 but I like this idea... gotta be easier than a rainbow cake right?

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