Let Them Drink Cake

by in Food Network Magazine, February 11th, 2013

Parade Time Cocktail
When Mardi Gras rolls around in New Orleans, king cake reigns supreme. Local bakeries crank out thousands of the ring-shaped cakes, topping each with purple, green and gold sugar and baking a plastic baby inside (getting the slice with the baby is considered good luck!). But when the holiday hits this February 12, fans will be drinking their cake too: Big Easy bartenders are using new king cake-flavored vodka, introduced last year, to create king cake cocktails, including this fun one from Carousel Bar & Lounge at the historic Hotel Monteleone in New Orleans’ French Quarter (214 Royal St.; hotelmonteleone.com). Just like a traditional king cake, the drink is cinnamon-spiced and decorated with colored sugar. We snagged the recipe so you can try it at home.

Try the recipe: Parade Time Cocktail

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  1. Let the kids to drink cake is the tremendous idea in itself and more the new one for the kids. Kids are mostly tough to handle while eating as many times they are not ready to eat food, so these types of foods they will try early and we can find solution of their food.

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