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  • White Cake Mix
  • 3 eggs
  • 1/3 cup oil
  • 1 1/4 cup water
  • Neon gel food colors
  • Regular gel food colors
  • 1 can white frosting
  • 1/2 cup of each 6 colors of candy melts in lavender, yellow, orange, green, blue, and red
  • Ez Thin



  1. Make the white box cake mix according to the directions and then separate the batter into 6 bowls. 
  2. Use food coloring to dye them in red, blue, green, yellow, orange, and lavender to match the candy melt colors. 
  3. Line a 12 cupcake pan and fill 2 cupcake liners per color 2/3rd full.
  4. Bake according to instructions (about 15 minutes)  
  5. When the cupcakes are completely cool, add 1 tablespoon of canned cream cheese frosting to a bowl with one cupcake and create the cake ball material. Set this aside.  

Infinity Cake Stones

  1. In small microwaveable bowls (I used small ramekins) melt about 1/2 cup of each candy melt color. 
  2. You can work with 3 colors at a time and melt each bowl for 30 seconds and stir.  Then, melt each bowl an additional 30 seconds. 
  3. Add about a teaspoon pinch amount of the Ez Thin to each candy melt color and mix until completely smooth.  
  4. Add about a teaspoon amount of melted candy to each mold and used the back of a spoon to pull it up on the sides of each gem mold. 
  5. Check each mold to make sure it’s completely covered and add a little bit extra to make sure the bottom of each mold is completely covered and not too thin, if necessary.  
  6. While the melted candy is hardening in the mold, roll out tiny cake balls in the coordinating colors that are less than 1-inch in diameter. 
  7. Fit each cake ball down into the  mold so they don’t come out at the top.   
  8. If necessary, reheat the melted candy melts. 
  9. Using a spoon, gently pour over the candy melt over the top of each cake ball to fill in the gaps around it. 
  10. Gently and carefully smooth the candy melt over the top of each gem mold with the back of a spoon.  Add a little tiny bit extra to do this, if necessary.  Pop them in the freezer or just wait about 10-15 minutes and you can easily pop each gem out of the molds. 
  11. Do this exact same thing for the other three colors of candy melts and cupcakes. 
  12. Store leftovers in a sealed container on the counter or just cover with plastic wrap on a plate works well, too.  They’ll last a few days. 

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