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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!

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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.

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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.

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Crown Sandwiches

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

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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.

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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.

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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

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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