King Cake is one of my favorite things to eat during Mardi Gras season, and trust me…mardi Gras is a season here in Louisiana. If you love delicious cake and fun parties, then Mardi Gras should be on your to do list. It’s one of our favorite times of the year, and I am going to share with you how to make this delicious cake.
King Cakes have been around for over 300 years, and during Mardi Gras season you can find a King Cake just about anywhere here in Louisiana. There are hundreds of thousands of King Cakes consumed during the season.
How to Make a King Cake
However, if you are not here in Louisiana, you can always grab your very own King Cake mix over at World Market with the Mam Papaul’s mix. This bread style cake is usually covered with a delicious white glaze and then colored sugar is sprinkled on top for decoration. (Even the colored sprinkles have a meaning: purple is for justice, green is for faith, and the gold is for power.)
To learn more about How to Make a King Cake, you can find the complete post over on the World Market blog!