Princess Party Foods

Create a menu perfectly suited to the birthday princess that's easy to make ahead of time so you can enjoy the party too!

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Fairy Tale Princess Cake

This gorgeous layer cake is easy to make with help from Betty Crocker cake mix, ready-made frosting and candy pearls. Check out our new video—featuring Betty Crocker Kitchens expert Kristen Olson—that walks you through each simple step!

Sparkling Raspberry Lemonade (Crowd Size)

Mix up a magic potion made with refreshing raspberries and lemonade—perfect in cute labeled bottles or simple plastic cups.

Jeweled Princess Chex Mix

White chocolate-covered Chex gets the royal treatment with a dusting of edible glitter, resulting in darling (and delicious) party favors.

Crown Sandwiches

Nothing's easier—or more kid friendly—than classic PB&J sandwiches cut out into themed shapes. Bonus: no crusts!

Fruit Wands

Give fresh fruit a whimsical twist by cutting stars out of melon or pineapple, then skewering it (we dyed bamboo skewers pink!) and adding other favorite fruits.

Dreamy Pink Castle Cake

Mini ice cream cones and rock candy sprinkles make this new cake from the Betty Crocker Kitchens a true show-stopper.

Royal Princess Crown Cake

This sweet and simple sheet cake feeds a crowd and is less hassle than ordering a cake from a bakery or grocery store. 

Princess Crown Cupcakes

Perfect for little hands, these super-easy cupcakes get their fairy-tale flair from rolled-out gumdrops cut into crown shapes.

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