No Mardi Gras is complete without a King Cake. Traditionally eaten on Fat Tuesday, this is a staple of the yearly celebration in New Orleans, and now you can put it on your table too. Decorated in the royal colors of purple (justice), green (faith), and gold (power), with a small metallic or plastic baby folded into the dough, this is a very special pastry. This mix has everything you need to cook up your own, including the decorations, icing, and even the baby. It's also customary that the person who receives the baby in their piece is "King for the Day" and responsible for hosting next year's party.
Makes one king cake
Includes: a mix and knead bag, dough mix, yeast, three bags of colored sugar, praline filling mix, glaze, plastic baby