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Wednesday, September 04, 2013

"M" Cake for Mary ~ Birthday or Holy Name Celebration

September 8th is Our Lady's birthday and Sept 12th is the feast of "The Holy Name of Mary"! I thought I'd share the "M" cake I made to celebrate these feast days last year. This cake is very easy to make if you have a 13 x 9-inch pan you can create it!
If you want to make an "M" cake, first bake a cake in a 13 x 9-inch rectangular pan.
After it has cooled cut it long-ways into 3 even sections. Then cut one of the 3 sections in half. (see picture below.)
Place your cut shapes onto a jellyroll pan or foiled cardboard sheet.
Create a "M" shape with the cut cake parts. I trimmed a few parts off to make it look a little more like an "M".
Then, add icing. I added a few drops of blue food coloring to white icing for ours. 
Next, I decorated it with some icing flowers.
I also added coconut around our "M" for the coconut lovers in my house.

It was a great cake to celebrate our birthday party for Mary!
This would be a fun cake to make if you are teaching your kids about the letter "M", too!
"M" is for Mary!
May Our Lady shower you with God's Grace!

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  1. Lovely, Jennifer!

    Thank you:) God bless

    1. Thank you for your kind comment, Chris. :)
      May you have a wonderful day!

  2. The cake is almost as wonderful as those smiles...that is one happy family! Thank you SO MUCH for sharing!

    1. Oh, you are so kind, and I'm very happy to share! ♥ I'm still looking forward to having tea! (c)


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