- 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
- Make the white box cake mix according to the directions and then separate the batter into 6 bowls.
- Use food coloring to dye them in red, blue, green, yellow, orange, and lavender to match the candy melt colors.
- Line a 12 cupcake pan and fill 2 cupcake liners per color 2/3rd full.
- Bake according to instructions (about 15 minutes)
- 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
- In small microwaveable bowls (I used small ramekins) melt about 1/2 cup of each candy melt color.
- 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.
- Add about a teaspoon pinch amount of the Ez Thin to each candy melt color and mix until completely smooth.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Fit each cake ball down into the mold so they don’t come out at the top.
- If necessary, reheat the melted candy melts.
- Using a spoon, gently pour over the candy melt over the top of each cake ball to fill in the gaps around it.
- 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.
- Do this exact same thing for the other three colors of candy melts and cupcakes.
- 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.