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Colorful food just makes your children’s day brighter – to be honest with you, it makes my day a lot better, too! I like making these Rainbow Bright Cupcakes for children’s birthday parties or other special occasions. I especially love baking these together with my nieces and nephews! They’re all so excited to help out in the kitchen, and they go crazy over the colorful result!
I usually also prepare some of these for Christmas, as gifts for friends and family members. I like to be creative when it comes to wrapping them, as well. I put it in a colorful cupcake box with some nice tags and ribbons. My nieces and nephews just love to write a special message to each one of these boxes. I am happy whenever we do this because we get to spend some fun time together!
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