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• 2 baked and cooled 8- or 9-inch cakes
• Canned or homemade chocolate cake frosting
• McCormick Black Food Color
• Assorted decorations for cat's face, i.e. candy corn for eyes, nose and tongue, and licorice strings for whiskers


1. Mark a circle around one of the cake layers about 1 inch in from the edge. Cut at marking. Remove inner circle and set aside. This will be the cat's head.

2. Cut cat tail, ears, and feet from remaining 1-inch outer circle and arrange on body of cat.

3. Mix food color into frosting, using about 1/2 teaspoon per 16 ounces (about 2 cups) frosting. Frost cat head and body. Frost tail, ears, and feet and attach to cat head and body with frosting. Use candy to make cat's eyes, nose, and tongue.

Recipe courtesy of McCormick & Company, Inc.



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