2. Vanilla Frosting
3. Cooking Tray - The tray is cut into three pieces: strawberry jelly mold, circle cake molds, and triangle measuring cup.
4. Small Cake Mix
5. Strawberry jelly mix
6. Frosting piping bag
7. Strawberry frosting
8. Candy for decorating
9. Mixing spoon
2. Add the small cake mix (orange) to the small circle. Using the triangle measuring cup, use two scoops of water.
3. Pound tray to get out any air bubbles. Microwave for sixty seconds. Let cool for two minutes. Carefully take out cakes.
4. When the cakes are cooling make the strawberry jellies. Mix the red packet with one triangle of water. Pour mix into strawberry mold. Let set up at room temperature. By the time we finished frosting the cake, they had set up.
5. Mix vanilla frosting packet (blue) with two triangle scoops of water. Frost large cake first. Stack small cake on top of large cake and frost that cake as well.
7. Last decorate the cake with the strawberry jellies and the candy.
So you're probably wondering what the cake tasted like? It pretty much tastes like a box mix cake. The frosting tasted more like pudding to me. As for the those little candy balls, the brown ones tasted like coffee and the yellow ones tasted like banana.
The cake took us about a half hour to make, granted I was taking pictures too. I let my daughter do most of the work. I could see this used for a special play date or a tea party. I'm actually planning an American Girl Doll themed birthday party and think this might make a cute birthday cake for the dolls.
Curious, have any of you tried these Kracie sets? How about an Easy-Bake oven? Show of hands, who had one as a child? I had one but I only go to use it about three times (not by choice).