|The Stain glass rainbow cake up close|
|The original rainbow cake - using concentric circles|
See how each pan we layered the colors in opposite rainbow order, so when we stacked them on top of each other later, each color would have it's own share of the color scheme.
For our new and improved attempt to make a stained glass rainbow cake, we were trying something completely new. Luckily, it starts out pretty much the same as the original rainbow cake by separating the batter into 6 bowls, and giving each it's own color.
|This is the equivalent of two boxes of cake mix, split into six bowls|
|Pan #1 of the stained glass rainbow cake - pre baked|
|Pan #2 of the stained glass rainbow cake|
|Stained glass cake. I have no idea why those rectangles appeared, but they are cool!|
|A layer of strawberry jelly between the stained glass rainbow cake|
|It's a sleeping bag cake with a secret rainbow surprise inside!|
|Stained glass rainbow cake - a very special treat|
|Stained glass rainbow cake - WOW!|
|Why yes, there were rainbow plates too!|
So if you need a fun new way to celebrate St. Patrick's day, or I have inspired you to do a future birthday theme party decorated entirely with rainbows, or if you need a cool Wizard of Oz cake, or you want to switch up the colors to your favorite team or school colors, it's all good. Well, delicious actually. Enjoy!