Are you expecting your first child? Congratulations! Having a baby is one of life’s greatest blessings. Whether you have a hand in planning your shower, or know the person who’s hosting it – you’ll definitely want to add this tasty Funfetti Cake recipe to your baby shower menu. When cut just right, this Funfetti Cake becomes a great finger food dessert for you and your guests. Read on to grab the recipe + tips on pregnancy below!
Funfetti Cake Recipe:Ingredients 2 Cups butter 2 Eggs 1 Cup milk ¼ Cup sugar 2 Cups self rising flour 2 Tbsp vanilla extract Vanilla frosting to taste Sprinkles to decorate Directions:
- Preheat oven to 350°F.
- In a large bowl mix the butter, flour, sugar, eggs, milk, and vanilla.
- Spray a pan with cooking spray and pour the batter into it.
- Transfer the pan to the oven and bake for 35 minutes.
- Let cool for 10-20 minutes.
- Top with vanilla frosting and sprinkles, then cut into finger-sized bites.
- Serve and enjoy!
- Pregnancy exercises you can do anywhere, anytime (including at your desk) (p. 231)
- Choosing the right workout for two (from barre to Pilates, Crossfit to Spinning) (pp. 235–238)
- Pregnancy depression, panic attacks, and anxiety disorder (pp. 174–177)
- Managing stress (pp. 145–149)
- Safety of antidepressants (pp. 44–46)
- Postpartum depression, anxiety, OCD, and PTSD (pp. 495–503)
- Dad’s mood swings and depression, during pregnancy and postpartum (p. 176)
- Expanded birth options and birth plans (pp. 323–328)
- Water births (pp. 326–327), home births (p. 17) and placentophagy (p. 362)
- Delayed cord clamping (pp. 416–418)
- The benefits of laboring down (p. 429)
- Inviting friends and family to the birthing room (pp. 388–390)
- More on VBAC and bringing down c-section rates (pp. 357–359)
- Gentle c-sections (p. 353) and breastfeeding after cesarean delivery (p. 486)