Easter Candy Cakes!

Hey guys! I am soooo excited for Easter this year! It’s technically Molly’s 2nd Easter, but it kind of feels like her first because it’s the first Easter where she understands what’s going on. She was such a tiny baby last year, she didn’t know Easter was different than any other day! I’m inspired this year to make it extra special. So I started experimenting with some fun cake ideas and wanted to share them with you on the blog today!

Two things inspired these Easter cakes. First, Molly of course. The second thing, is my pregnancy and my craving for NEW treat-size SweeTARTS Sour Bunny Gummies. Some of you may have seen on my instagram lately that I send Kevin out to buy me these things regularly (what a good husband) because I’m addicted to them! Not only are they are soooo good, but they’re free of artificial flavors and colors –and they make for the perfect Easter treat! 

So what I did was what any normal pregnant woman would do – I made 3 cakes using them! Ha! I think the cakes came out super cute and would be REALLY fun to make with your kiddos. Molly’s a little too young to get involved making them. But trust me, she was more than happy to get involved with eating some of them.

I separated out the ingredients by cake in case you decide to only make one, but I recommend doing all 3 at once so you can really get creative with the toppings! For example, even though I have 6 bags of Jelly Beans listed in the ingredients below, I really only used 4 bags of Jelly Beans because I was able to separate out the colors I wanted for each cake. So out the of 4 bags of Jelly Beans I used, I could take out certain colors for certain cakes and have leftovers. If I only made the “carrot” cake below, I would take out the orange Jelly Beans and have all the other colors left over. Which isn’t a bad thing. They are so yummy for snacking! I hope that makes sense! If you have questions, ask me in the comment below!

Ok so here is what you need to make the cakes! 

Ingredients for Pot of Gold Cake

1 box of white cake mix (4 eggs, oil and water per instructions of box)

1/2 cup rainbow sprinkles

1 bag of SweeTARTS Sour Bunny Gummies

1 bag of SweeTARTS Jelly Beans 

1 package of SweeTARTS Rope

Ingredients for “Carrot” Cake

1 box of white cake mix (4 eggs, oil and water per instructions of box)

1/2 cup rainbow sprinkles

1 bag of SweeTARTS Sour Bunny Gummies

3 bags of SweeTARTS Jelly Beans 

Ingredients for Flower Cake 

2 boxes of white cake mix (8 eggs, oil and water per instructions of box)

1 cup rainbow sprinkles

1 bag of SweeTARTS Sour Bunny Gummies

2 bags of SweeTARTS Jelly Beans 

Now that we have our ingredients here is how you make the cakes!!!

Pot of Gold Cake 

I just think this cake it so much fun! The rainbow reminds me of Spring and the colors are really fun for Easter! I actually think the cake would be super cute for St. Patrick’s Day too which is this weekend! Maybe use all green SweeTARTS Sour Bunny Gummies for the border to make it more festive for St. Patty’s! I put a little pot of gold on the top, but what’s even more fun is that when you cut into this cake, there is a pot of gold inside because it’s filled with bright yellow SweeTARTS Jelly Beans! So fun!

Directions for Pot of Gold Cake 

Mix all your ingredients per the directions on the white cake mix box. My cake mix actually said to add 3 eggs, but I think cake is more fluffy using just egg whites, so I used 4 egg whites instead! Plus it ensures the cake stays nice and white – without any hints of yellow. The directions said to use an electric mixer but we honestly don’t even own one! So I just whisked them together and still got really fluffy cake!

Then mix in 1/2 cup of rainbow sprinkles to turn it into a Funfetti cake. 

Separate the batter into three 5” cake pans. You could use 4” or even 6” if that works better for you. And then bake the cakes per the directions on your cake mix box.

Once the cakes are finished baking and you let them cool for 10 to 15 minutes. Take them out of the pans and pull one layer aside. 

Use a round cookie cutter to cut a hole out of the middle of one of your layers of cake. This will be the center layer of your cake.

Place one whole layer for the bottom of your cake cover it with vanilla icing and then place the layer with the hole in it on top of that first layer of cake. This is where the secret pot of gold in the middle of the cake comes in! You’ll then fill that hole with yellow SweeTARTS Jelly Beans! Add another layer of icing to the cake and then top with another whole layer of the cake. Then use an icing spatula to ice the entire cake with vanilla frosting.

Now for the really fun part! The decorating!

I laid out rows of the SweeTARTS Sour Bunny Gummies using the colors in the same order over and over again. This made it easy for me to then quickly assemble them in a row at the bottom of the cake. 

Then use a star tip on an icing bag to create two rosettes on either side of the cake to make “clouds.”

Take two SweeTARTS Candy Ropes out of the package. Cut one in half and leave the other whole.

Stick each end in the icing cloud. First put in the whole rope and then layer the candy rope you cut in half in front of it. 

I found a cute little black pot at the craft store that I used at the base of my rainbow and filled with yellow SweeTARTS Jelly Bean gold!

My Version of a “Carrot” Cake

I LOVE this cake! I feel like it looks like a professional baker decorated it. The carrot design on top is soooo easy to make and looks awesome! And the green and orange colors scream Springtime! And the best part about this professional looking cake, it’s honestly the easiest of the 3 to make! Here is what you do…

Directions for “Carrot” Cake

Mix all your ingredients per the directions on the white cake mix box. Like I did with the Pot of Gold cake, I used egg whites instead of whole eggs.

Then mix in 1/2 cup rainbow sprinkles to turn it into a Funfetti cake.

Pour batter into an 8 inch cake pan. I only did one layer of cake for this one. But you could easily put it into two 8 inch cake pans and have two layers. Your baking time would just be shorter because there is less batter in each pan. Bake the cake(s) according to the directions on the cake mix box. 

Using an icing spatula, ice the sides and top of the cake.

Time to decorate!

Using the SweeTARTS Sour Bunny Gummies, create a carrot shape like I did in the photo below. As you can see in the photo, the green bunnies are upside down and angled inward, and the orange bunnies are right side up and in five rows starting with 5 gummy bunnies at the top and just one at the bottom.

Then cover the sides of the cake by placing rows of orange SweeTARTS Jelly Beans all around the border. Keep building the layers until you get to the top edge of the cake.

And that’s it! This one is super simple but looks professionally done in my opinion!

Flower Cake

Everything about this cake says Easter and Springtime to me. The flowers are pretty and girlie and just looking at it makes me forget about all this cold weather we’ve been having. I also filled the cake with rainbow SweeTARTS Jelly Beans.

Directions for Flower Cake

Same as the other cakes, mix all your ingredients per the directions on the white cake mix box.

Mix in 1 cup rainbow sprinkles to turn it into a Funfetti cake (1/2 cup per box).

Separate the batter into three 8” cake pans and bake them per the directions on your cake mix box.

Once done baking, let cakes cool for 10 to 15 minutes and the take them out of the pans – pulling one layer aside. 

Use a round cookie cutter to cut a hole out of the middle of one of your layers of cake. This will be the center layer of your cake. The bigger the cookie cutter, the more Jelly beans you can fit inside!

Use one whole layer as the bottom of your cake, cover it with vanilla icing and then place the layer with the hole in it on top of that first layer of cake. You’ll then fill that hole with SweeTARTS Jelly Beans! You can choose a color or go with rainbow colors (all of them!) like I did. Add another layer of icing to the cake and then top with another whole layer of the cake. Then use an icing spatula to ice the entire cake with vanilla frosting.

And once again, we decorate!

You’ll need 6 gummies of the same color to create the leaves for each flower and one gummy for the center (placed as seen in the pictures below). Tip: Make sure the bunny ears are closest to the center of the flower and the bunny bottoms are the outer part of the leaf.

Use SweeTARTS Jelly Beans to create a border around the bottom of the cake and the top edge of the cake. I used green to represent the grass, but use any color you’d like and have fun with it!

Well there you have it! You will have just as much fun making these cakes as you will eating them! Let me know what you guys think in the comments below! And share any decorating and/or Easter ideas you have with me too! I want this Easter to be really special for Molly.

Thank you SweeTARTS for teaming up with me for this post! I’m obsessed with your candy! No really. Thank you for getting me through my pregnancy. Ha!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of SweeTARTS. The opinions and text are all mine.

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179 thoughts on “Easter Candy Cakes!

  1. Hi. Thanks for the ideas. I be making some Easter goodies from here!

    Pls pls share what is the stool you use in the kitchen with Molly. So she is able to help out.

  2. I love the little carrot mini on the Nora Fleming server! Aren’t her pieces the greatest?!?! I love changing out my little minis for all different occasions! Molly is adorable! Hope she has a great Easter!

    1. Kevin’s mom got that for us 🙂 And I think the “carrot cake” came out sooooo good in my opinion! I feel like I could sell it in a bakery!

      1. Great! Thank you! 😉
        Can not wait to try these!

        Your family is the cutest! I just love keeping up with y’all on the gram! ❤️

  3. These are so fun and look delicious!! Also, could you tell us where your shirt is from? I love it!!😍 thanks for sharing these cake ideas!!!

  4. Sooo cute and creative!! I’ll have to give one a try. Now all you need is Witty Bash’s bunny plates to eat your cake! You’ll have to check out my site and anytime you need anything party related, let me know!! Wittybash.com and my email – hello@wittybash.com. Happy almost Easter!!! Xoxo

  5. All the cakes look so good….I bet they would sell at a bakery!
    I like your idea of using eggs whites for fluffiness. I’m going to make a lemon cake & decorate it like your rainbow cake. 🐰

    1. I had the BEST time making them. It was really fun to do with Molly. I let her decorate her own cake. I should have taken pictures of it. It was interesting to say the least. Ha!

  6. Absolutely love all the fun stuff you do for Easter!!! Loved last years creations too with the eggs! And that awesome sweepstakes with the decorated eggs!! Also don’t like too many sour things but I LOVE those gummies too!

    You are such an inspiration Ali!! I’ve followed you since you were the bachelorette, and now seriously look forward to your Instagram stories every day!!!!! You are AWWWWSOME! Lol

  7. Hi Ali and Molly. I just wanted to say that your such an inspiration and a wonderful mom to Molly. I love following you on social media. I look up to you in so many ways. I thank you for all of the positivity that you bring. Much love to you and your family. Love y’all.

  8. Oh my gosh!! This is adorable! I love all the colours. This would be so fun for me to do with my little girl Rylie. She just turned- she might be a little too young as well but still might be fun 🙂

    Love all your posts. Your little family is just adorable.

  9. Such cute ideas! I can’t eat sugar right now though 😩
    I’m curious though who takes all your pictures. They are all all professional right so do you just have a professional photographer on standby weekly? 🙂

    1. Ha! No I don’t have one on standby. My good friend who I am just with a lot takes a lot of my photos and Kevin takes them too! My friend Ashley took these.

  10. Love your Instagram and blog, I’ve been a fan since your days on Jake’s season (and you know I was a real fan bc I watched that whole uncomfortable season 🤣). Even though I love you and Kevin, I have to admit, I think Molly and Owen are the real stars! 😂😂

  11. Ali… I absolutely love these cakes! So creative! And I love watching Molly grow up on your IG… you are such a good mom and Molly is about the cutest thing I’ve ever seen!!

    1. Thank you Bridgette! If you are a mommy too then you know how hard it can be at times. You saying these nice things to me really makes me feel good. So thank you love!

  12. So adorable!!! Been following your journey (well since The Bachelor) but especially since you were pregnant with Molly. My little guy,Carter, was born June 28th of 2016 so I believe just a few days before Molly so it’s been really awesome to follow along and watch them both grow and change.
    Are you gonna do anything special for Molly this year for Easter? Or get her some sort of gift? Id like to do something for Carter but was trying to get ideas of things! I was thinking a little basket of goodies maybe?

    Anyway, big fan here. Love your blog! And your Instagram feed. Look forward to seeing Molly grow even more and see the newest member shortly! So exciting. Good luck with the rest of your pregnancy and Happy Easter 🙂 xx

    1. We have a basket for her that I got a little bunny stuffed animal for and an Easter book. I will also put some SweeTARTS sour bunny gummies. She LOVED them when we made the cakes. So I will let her have a little bit every once in a while 😉 They don’t have artificial favors so I feel good abut giving them to her as a treat once in a while.

      And Carter is such a cute name! I’ve actually considered it for baby #2

  13. Hi I love you!!!
    I saw you were replying to every comment so I just wanted to say hello 🙂 you have been such a great role model to me ever since the bachelor days! I love watching you conquer life!

  14. What is your favorite clothing store that the clothes aren’t too expensive? Love your blog posts and following you on Instagram! So happy for you and I hope the future just continues to be bright and joyful. You have a beautiful family 🙂

    1. Nordstrom. You can find a lot of things under $50 which is what I tend to buy. But there is a lot of expensive stuff too. You just have to search for the good deals!

  15. Hi Ali!

    This is slightly unrelated to Easter but I LIVE for your and Kevin’s snaps of Molly! She’s hilarious and so adorable. It’s clear what great parents you guys are. She’s very lucky to have you guys as parents and I’m sure you feel just as lucky to have her as a daughter 🙂 Thanks for sharing little snipits of your lives with us ❤️

    1. I feel SOOOO lucky to have her as my daughter! She is truly the best. And thank you so much for saying that. I am proud of the little girl we are raising 🙂

  16. The cakes are adorable and look delicious! You did a great job :)! And it looks like miss Molly enjoys her mommy’s baking skills as well! I am a little over 12 weeks! I have two daughters already! This pregnancy is a bit different so I’m convinced it’s a boy! Any difference in this pregnancy then the one before?!

    1. When will you find out the gender? I got a blood test to find out at 11 weeks. But maybe you are waiting for the ultrasound or even the birth!

  17. Thanks for sharing Ali! My oldest is 2 and loves to help cook and bake. I totally have to get one of those learning towers for him! I can’t wait to try these adorable cakes! Congratulations on your pregnancy and little boy on the way! I have two boys youngest is 9 months. Boys LOVE their mamas 😊💙

    1. That’s what people keep telling me. That boys LOVE their mommy 😉 We are lucky that Molly is just a loving little girl in general. Her sweetness kills me!

  18. Such fun ideas!! I love that you have fun with sweet Molly..and your little prince whos coming soon!
    I cant wait to start baking with my son who’s 16 months.
    You’re awesome!

  19. So cute!! I’ll have to make one of these for my husband and I to share. Now what are you going to do with all those cakes?! 😂

    1. Kevin brought two to his work 🙂 They loved them! All 3 cakes are the same batter so really it was all about having fun with the decorating. And snacking on the candy along the way 😉 He he!

  20. Hi Ali! Those cakes look delicious! I will have to make one for Easter this year! Thanks for recipes! Our daughters are the same age, a few days apart I think. It looks like Molly is a great eater… have you had any issues with getting her to eat? My daughter Mikaela just doesn’t care about eating! It sometimes takes an hour to get her to eat! Fights me on it! But the next day she’ll eat just fine, or like the a few days later she’ll eat the same meal with no problem. This has been happening for almost a year now! I pull out every trick on the book. She loves strawberries so I bribe her with those! Does Molly give you any issues with eating?

    1. Molly is such a good eater. We are really lucky. But sometimes she will be picky about a certain food that she normally loves. We usually just let it go and go back to it again another day.

  21. Cute cakes great ideas!! Love watching you on this blog such a happy spirit!!

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    1. Thank you for coming to my blog Cindy! I don’t think I can use that stuff because I’m pregnant and about to start nursing for a year.

  22. Definitely going to make one or more of these cakes with my kids. I know they will love them!😊
    Thanks so much for the ideas!

  23. These cakes look amazing! I must try! What kind of cake plate are you using? Does it spin?

    Also, would love to see what it looks like when you cut into the cake. Asking for a friend! 😉

    1. I didn’t get a photo of cutting into it! I SOOOO should have! And I got the cake spinner on Amazon. I don’t remember what it was called. Sorry!

  24. I’m glad I’m not pregnant anymore or else i would be in big trouble. I bulk ordered bags of sweetarts sour chews and ate them until my tongue fell off. It took three months to finish them all off:) I don’t know what it is about pregnancy + sour but I was here for it.

    1. I know right! I can’t get enough SweeTARTS right now!!!! I mean, I love them in general, but they are all I want to eat right now! Ha! Too funny you craved the same thing!

    1. Probably just an Easter egg hunt. My grandma Molly would hide eggs with candy all over the house and then one BIG egg for each kid with our name on it with a 5 dollar bill in it. I used to think I was RICH when I got mine! I will do this with my kids for sure 🙂

  25. My kiddos are all grown 19,17 and 12 so Molly videos make my day. I love listening to her talk her sweet voice is so cute. Can’t wait to make these cakes with my girls this weekend even though we are dieting lol

    1. Make them and then give them to a neighbor! They will think they are so cool! I would be so impressed if my neighbor brought me a cake like this 😉

  26. Those cakes look delicious! So many congratulations on your pregnancy! My sister has a girl and a boy and she’s absolutely loves it! One of each! So happy for you and your family!

  27. Several cakes definitely end up amazing with a hard worker like you! Looks delicious and love you and your little girl so much💙💙🌹🌹

  28. You and Molly are so cute! Those cakes look scrumptious!
    By the way, my belly got so big with my little man. So don’t worry! I think it’s a boy thing! You’re tiny all over though so it just looks like you swallowed a basketball. 😉

      1. Haha! Don’t worry. I had to too. Try Soma Intimates undies. They are completely wedgie proof too! They are called Vanishing Edge panties and they have a type of silicone that adheres to your booty so it doesn’t ride up! Best investment of my LIFE.

  29. What a neat idea! I never would have thought to use sweet tarts for a cake decoration but I it makes sense… sweet cake, tart candy! Now… maybe I won’t eat all the candy before it makes it on the cake! Congratulations on the new addition! You and your family are precious! 😊

  30. Love this idea, especially the carrot cake! I just may have to recreate some mini cakes like these for Easter…

    Also looking forward to following your maternity looks for the warmer weather soon. My daughter is just a little older than Molly & we just found out we’re expecting baby #2!

  31. You and Molly are so cute love the idea for Easter and hope I can pull it off for my niece who is about two weeks younger than Molly! Congrats on the new baby! Been following you since you were on the bachelor!

  32. Family holiday traditions are so important to me I have many happy memories of my childhood holiday traditions and I Continued it with my daughter and this year I’m looking forward so much to start holiday traditions with my grandson who is 16 months old

  33. I would love to know where you got that cup Molly had that looks like a tea cup! My daughter is 1.5 today and she would love that! Thanks for being so fun and authentic. Fun to follow!

  34. I just love following you because my daughter Madelynn is a week younger than Molly, and I’m also due with a baby boy (may 24!). Anyway, what do you think about potty training?? I’ve busted out the potty seat-top but I think I’m crazy optimistic for Madelynn to be ready and trained before baby brother arrives…. so far she will go up and down the steps and sit in it, but is too scared to stay or try to go potty.

    We’re currently trying and failing to kick the bedtime bottle still.. AND will be transitioning her out of her crib next month!! All these changes must be overwhelming for her! Where are you at with Molly and the big girl transitions??

  35. What an adorable post – I love your beautiful family – you are so refreshing! My “babies” are 18 and 20 haha – but they still love all the Easter 🐣 goodies so thanks for the tips! Quick question – I was just wondering if you are a vegetarian? I am and I love all the recipes and meal ideas you post! Good luck with baby number two!

  36. I love reading your Blog and Thank you for sharing Molly with us! She is so precious and brings a smile to my face every time I see her!! 💖 Congratulations on your son 💙 Can’t wait to watch him grow!

  37. All of these ideas are SO cute! And after reading this i totally started craving the sour candies, i wouldn’t be able to make that whole dessert without definitely stealing a few candies for myself ! It all sounds so delicious! 😁

  38. Ali,

    This doesn’t pertain to this blog, but do you have any tips you can give on making/finding time for yourself with a toddler, work and a baby on the way? I have a 16 month old and find it very hard to make time to relax, de stress, etc. There’s always something that needs to be done. Share your secrets! ❤️

    Also I’ve been a huge fan of yours since the bachelorette, and continue to look up to you as a mom and role model! Can’t wait to watch your little family grow.

    1. Great question Sabrina. That would require a BLOG POST and not just a comment from me. I have a lot to say about that. I will try to blog about it soon!

  39. I love following your family! You guys are the cutest. I can’t wait to your little boy comes along! Keep up all the great things! Thanks for the recipes.

  40. Everything about this is adorable! You, Molly and the cakes. My daughter is 9 months old so she doesn’t understand holidays yet, but I definitely pretend she does! 🙂 Holidays are so much more joyful with kiddos to share them with. Happy Easter and have a great vacation! xoxo

  41. I’m a social worker in group home for pregnant/parenting teen moms in foster care in Orange County, and I am loving the idea of making these with my girls! Holidays can be really hard for them since they are separated from their families, but we try to help them build fun memories with their babies that they can turn into traditions to look forward to. Thanks for this sweet inspiration! 💕

  42. Love love love all of your ideas! I had my little boy 3 weeks after you so it was awesome to follow you during pregnancy and now baby life to “copy” all of your cute ideas & looks! So so fun I will have to do this for Easter! Especially since I have an older little girl to help! My babies age gap is about the same that Molly and her baby brother will be so I’m so excited for all the inspiration you will bring!

    P.S. now I’m dying to try this candy!

  43. Hi Ali!

    Where is your shirt from?! Such a great color on you! I love how patient and wonderful you are with Molly, I always notice in your stories how loving and understanding you are. I feel so lucky to get to follow your journey! Xoxo

  44. Such cute ideas! I recently tried out a recipe for caramel butercream frosting that turned out delicious. I may use it on a cake with these decorations!

    Have a great time in Hawaii! Always jealous of West Coasters who are so much closer to Hawaii than us East Coasters.

    1. My mom flew out from MA this morning so she could come and Kevin’s mom came out from Indiana. So we all take off to Hawaii together tomorrow!

  45. So fun! My daughter Sierra is the same age as Molly and I also craved sour candy but towards the end of my pregnancy. Now I’m pregnant again and due in September with another girl! We are thrilled. I had so much anxiety finding out the gender just like you did since this will hopefully be our last haha! But we couldn’t be more excited! Congrats to you and your little family, I’ve loved you since your Bachelor/Bachelorette days!

  46. Love reading your blog and following along on insta, I have a little girl who is 9 months! I think I need to get that stool for her… maybe it will encourage me to cook/bake more too, ha! She currently has many intolerances (dairy, corn, wheat, soy) I’m hoping she outgrows, then, we can try these cakes. Happy Easter!

  47. Did you find that the candies color bled into your frosting!? I always have that problem! But your cakes look so professional! Props to you!! 🙂

  48. Ali!! You are one of my absolute favorite bachelorettes! I love reading your blog and following your life on Instagram & listening to Kevin on MyFM. You have the sweetest family! Thanks for all of you’re positivity!
    You are soo great!!

  49. Just want to say hey 🙂 molly is so cute 🙁 my little guys Liam(great boy’s name) is few month younger and this age is amazing 🙂 Always love your blogs 🙂

  50. These cakes are adorable and look delicious!! Thanks for sharing. Molly is such a smart little girl. You are doing a great job as her mom ( Kevin as her dad)! Love following your family! 💕

  51. You are seriously mom goals! I love reading your blog and getting lifestyle/fashion inspiration from you. Love you girl!! You have a beautiful family. ❤️

  52. Hi Ali!!

    I was just wondering if you are going to share us the name of your baby boy anytime soon and wheeen? lol Or are you going to wait until he is born like you did with Molly?

    Me and my boyfriend ADORE Molly and we love her name too, we are going to name our baby girl Molly in honor of your Molly! We think she is SO cute and suuuper smart and we want to name our baby like her hahaha

    Also sorry for my bad english LOL I speak spanish mainly.

    Great blog! Love, Jenny.

  53. What a great idea for Easter! I have two girls- 3 and 1. They are 18 months apart and so close! They will love this!

    I love readong your blog and following you on Instagram! Molly is so cute! Do y’all have a name for the new baby boy?! 🙂

  54. Such a fun blog! Definetly going to try these cakes this Easter 🙂 Have a great holiday & Happy Easter to you & your family 💜 love from Canada 🇨🇦 ☺️

  55. These are SO CUTE! How long did it take you to make all of these??? Also love your outfit, where is it from? Molly is THE cutest!!

  56. Your fam is serious GOALS. Cheers to you for making it all work and for being so genuine, honest and open about everything to your fans. Your family is beautiful and so looking forward to the new addition! Keep on being you! 🙂

  57. These are such great ideas! I am totally
    Going to have my nieces help me with some of these!! Also, you are amazing- you have a beautiful family & I couldn’t be happier for you!!! Xoxo

  58. Hi Ali,
    I just came to show some love! You’ve always been my favorite bachelorette because you’re so sweet and sincere, and just absolutely darling! 💝
    Thank you SO much for sharing your beautiful family with us.
    Molly is just absolutely precious 👧🏻 and it’s so much fun to watch her grow and talk! What a fun age! I have two daughters. 😊
    Congrats on your baby boy! Best wishes for an easy delivery!
    Thank you for sharing these adorable cakes. I call my youngest daughter Alexa the “cake boss” because she likes to bake! I’m going to buy the stuff to let her make one of these for Easter. She’ll be thrilled! 🐰🐣

    Happy Easter to your family!!
    God Bless!

  59. Hi Ali- just wanted to say I love your blog. I follow it religiously. I’m a mom of two little ones also- I really enjoy all your Molly posts. What a cutie! Best of luck with your impending baby boy! Megan

  60. Hi Ali, I have been searching high and low for that darling tote your hubs was carrying Molly in with the bikes on it. I want so bad! Love you, your family, everything about you is so great!

  61. Hi Ali!!

    I’ve followed you since you were the bachelorette and wonder… Was falling for Kevin “easier” in a way than the show format? Also,
    I LOVE your outfits and recipes. You have a beautiful family. Thank you

  62. Hey Ali,I’ve been a fan of yours since your season of the bachelorette:)Love watching Molly on your Instagram stories,not even 2 and so smart already! So adorable listening to her talk:)
    Owen is so adorable too!! What a sweetheart,he’s so nice and gentle.
    You have such a sweet family.

  63. Ali, you are the cutest preggo mama!! I’m so happy for your sweet family! Molly is so adorable! Thank you for sharing your life with us other mamas! Your blog is so interesting and you have the best fashion sense. All your Easter cakes are so cute!

  64. God Bless your little girl, your son, your son in your belly, Kevin and you! Such a beautiful family!
    Xoxoxoxo
    Lisette

  65. Loved the post, and looks like Molly had a blast. I recently started reading your blog. I have a 1 1/2 year old lil guy. I’m curious what types of meals Molly enjoys. I’m finding that my lil man has suddenly become a picky eater, and is refusing meals he used to love. Would love to hear what your doing with Molly!

  66. I’ve followed your journey from day one….I’m a “quiet fan” and don’t ever comment but thought I would tonight. You’re such a grounded, beautiful person inside and out. I only wish I had the grace, intelligence and maturity when I was your age. You’re a very impressive young lady. Best of luck to you and your beautiful growing family!

  67. Very impressive cakes, Ali! Happy family vaca in Hawaii with your mothers to help out and spend time with, too! What fun! Lucky Molly AND you and Kevin! It’s clear to me that you both adore your mothers!❤️❤️🌴 🌞🌴❤️❤️

  68. I love love love this!! My Mom and Dad still buy me and my siblings little goodies for Easter and we still have our Easter baskets and all, and I’m 18 now lol!! Love these cute cake ideas, I would love to try these for my family!! Good way to get the family in the kitchen and to have quality family time!

  69. Hi Ali and Molly!

    Love the blog and the yummy cakes! I will definitely decorate one just like those flowers! Come on Spring 🙂 I wanted to see if I could send you a copy of my two new children’s books for Molly, called Hello There, Big Sister! The only “from baby to big sister gift book” on the market! I’d love to share a copy with you. Hope to have a response!!

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