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Cinco de Mayo is around the corner and Pinterest is exploding with colorful piñatas and cactus themed DIYs. I'm not going to lie...I kind of love Cinco De Mayo. It gives me a valid excuse to overindulge in a large plate of nachos and not feel guilty about it afterwards. I was, after all, celebrating Mexican heritage right?
Anyway, after my nachos, I usually like to round out my meal with a little something sweet. Last year I made some Margarita Macarons which went over very well. But this year, I decided to take some inspiration from Pinterest and make a piñata themed cake.
I know it looks a little intimidating at first, but it's really not that difficult to do. To prove it to you, I made a step by step tutorial so you guys can see exactly how I did it. It's the perfect way to end your Cinco de Mayo celebrations!
Am I missing something? The pics go from filling the center to a fully iced cake?
Hi Rebecca! The photo was cut off when we transferred it over to the new site! Thanks so much for pointing it out, and sorry for the inconvenience!
Oh wow! This is amazing! The colours, the candy, it's perfect!
Thank you Lisa!
OMG! And to top off all the goodness, do I spy Watermelon Sour.Patch wedges in there? My favorite! Yummy yummy all around.
Those are my favorite too! They are so addicting!