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jo bowden

i would make these as cupcakes in little gold cases and a chocolate coin on top (for the treasure at the end of the rainbow). :-)

Christine Stock

I would make my cake a red white and blue to celebrate the Queen and the Great British tradition. I would add a flag or two on the top to decorate. British and very proud!

Cathleen Kennedy

I have made a version of this type of cake - I did it in 6 shades of pink from palest baby pink all the way up to fuschia to serve at a Breast Cancer Month charity coffee morning - it was flavoured with almond extract and some desiccated coconut in the mix and then I filled and covered the whole thing in buttercream and 'pebble-dashed' it in pink coloured coconut and topped it with a giant pink fondant ribbon. But if you want to stay with the rainbow colours above my suggestion would be to make a tutti frutti cake - each layer flavoured with a drop of flavouring extract to match the colour - for example blueberry, kiwi, pineapple, mango and raspberry would be delicious together

tina bridgeman

I would give this a quirky twist by making a rainbow topsy turvy cake 3 tiers with rainbow sponge. and decorate each tier with cascading flowers in colours of the rainbow

Ali Prudence

I would give this a quirky twist by using horizontal stripes of coloured buttercream on the outside to match each layer inside the cake.

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