Homemade Rainbow Sprinkles Cake

filed under: Miscellaneous on March 2, 2011

I absolutely adore how sprinkles look on cakes and cupcakes, but have had the WORST time trying to find some that actually taste good!

Lucky you, I slaved away in my kitchen until I found the perfect solution.

Make your own!

(I have seen this done many times before, but I found a way to make it easier and something that anyone can do!)

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Rainbow colors of course.

Then, throw them onto a cake and wow everyone with the amazing taste and texture!

I have a pretty bad case of Spring Fever, so this cake was just the burst of color I needed to brighten my day!

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Would you like to make your own Homemade Sprinkles?? I am sharing how over at KitchenDaily!

Would you like to know how to make this fun and BRIGHT Rainbow Sprinkle Cake? (Including a recipe for a fantastic Banana Nut Cake with the worlds best Cream Cheese Frosting!)

Its all on KitchenDaily today. Be sure to stop by and let me know what you think!! I am so honored to be working with the amazing and talented folks from AOL's Kitchen Daily Team!!

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  • Kait says:

    Tasty!
    I like the spaces of white with the pops of color.
    And I DO want to know how to make my own sprinkles.
    The ones I find always taste stale. Yuck,
    I think I’ll try this whole thing in cupcake form, test your recipe for that.
    Perhaps it will quell my own spring fever.
    Thanks for sharing!

  • the urban baker says:

    you are everywhere, girlfriend! I love seeing you spaning the virtual globe. So proud to call you my friend! x

  • SweetSugarBelle says:

    This is so darn pretty…and ur in big trouble for telling me I can make sprinkles! Who knew! Bernie is going to faint when he hears that’s on my to do list!

  • Gwendolyn says:

    So sweet- do you think they could be baked into a white cake to make rainbow sprinkles inside the cake?

  • bridget {bake at 350} says:

    Is there anything you CAN’T do?!?!?!?

  • René says:

    Dude. You are my hero.

  • Bourbonnatrix says:

    This is a beautiful cake. I’ve filed your picture under “inspiration”. Thanks!

  • RosieP says:

    THANK YOU so much for the how-to on the sprinkles!!! You’ve just taken my cake/cupcake decorating to a new level. You’re AWESOME!

  • Barbara says:

    Love the rainbow cake, but I am still back on those pancakes. Good Lord. How divine!

  • Julie says:

    LOVE IT!! I hate that storebought ones taste like chalk, so I can’t wait to try these!

  • Jen @ My Kitchen Addiction says:

    So pretty! There’s just something about sprinkles that always makes me smile 🙂

  • Kristen says:

    Such a festive cake, Amanda!

  • Bridgette says:

    YUM! Is there anything you can’t do? I’m starting to think not 🙂

  • Breville Je95XL says:

    It really looks so lovely! Thanks for sharing this rainbow cake of yours. 😀

  • Alicia says:

    You are a baking beast!!!!! You know I mean that in a good way, right?!! LOL

  • Brenda @ a farmgirl's dabbles says:

    You NEVER cease to amaze me. I would never have even dreamed about making my own sprinkles!! They are so much fun – love the look!

  • Lisa says:

    these sprinkles are fantastic! nice work 🙂

  • Leanna says:

    So amazing! I will definitely have to make these soon 🙂

  • meaghan (the decorated cookie) says:

    Gorgeous, brilliant, amazing. Love it! (I posted a link on ediblecrafts.craftgossip.com)

  • Lauren Adeline says:

    Delightful! Thank you for sharing!

  • Mirjana says:

    Can these sprinkles be stored? If so for how long? I would like to make this and prepare the sprinkles ahead of time.

  • morgana says:

    What a great idea !!!
    I sant to try but I don¡t know how must I mix the ingredientes. Do I heat syrup and milk and then add sugar?
    Tahnk you for everything you share with us !!!

  • grace says:

    there are far too few god-made rainbows for my tastes, so i’m all for a woman-made one now and then. 🙂

  • Diane {createdbydiane.blogspot.com} says:

    so pretty! Great idea. I’ve tried making long lines and breaking them up, my kids think they are fun. Yours look beautiful!
    Loved seeing you on your frosting video, 9 months? Hmmm….I forgot when you are due, I know a few people due in a couple weeks 🙂 exciting. Did you decide on a name yet?
    You look amazing and a natural in front of the camera. If that is you nervous, you pull it off well. I turn beet red 🙂

  • Ariana says:

    I love all of your ideas! You’re so creative!! And I’m a sucker for rainbows so I think I will be trying this out for sure!
    Also, I was wondering what kind of camera you have, you take such beautiful, clear pictures. I’m a pastry student and I do cakes on the side. I would looove to know your thoughts on any good cameras. The camera I have is so outdated and takes horrible pictures. If you could let me know I’d really appreciate it, keep up the great work, thanks!

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