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Stars & Stripes Pinwheel Cakes

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(NAPSA) - In the 19th century, pinwheels, often known as whirligigs, were a popular American toy for children. According to the Ohio Historical Society, a whirligig even received a U.S. patent in 1866. You can make your own tasty pinwheel in the kitchen with Little Debbie Stars & Stripes snack cakes and cinnamon candies.


    Stars & Stripes Pinwheel Cakes
  • 1 box Little Debbie Stars & Stripes snack cakes
  • 1 small jar hard cinnamon candies (in cake-decorating aisle of grocery and superstores)


Cut each of the 4 individual cakes in half diagonally to create 2 triangles per cake.

Arrange the 8 triangles on a plate to create a pinwheel. (See photo illustration for how to assemble the triangles.)

Add 10 cinnamon candies in the cake's center.

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Serving Size: Makes 2 - 3 Servings

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