They can be tough to spot lumbering through the grass but I hear it's good luck to find one in your yard.
Brownies are pretty exciting on their own, then you put them on a stick and everybody gets all jazzed, then you dip them in colored candy and it gets kind of swoony in here and THEN you come out with all sorts of sprinkles and I'm pretty certain we've lost several to a case of the vapors.
It's rainy season for sure, but that's good because it means we have the chance to see more rainbows! Here in Seattle there isn't a lot of color yet. People here tend to dress like the weather in grays and browns and greens. On the grayest of gray days I'd like to have a few of these cookies stashed away somewhere to brighten things up a little.
Wouldn't this springtimey cake make a lovely hat for a garden party? I went to a wedding performance art thing once where there was a girl dressed as a wedding cake with real cake on her hat. She wandered through the party and bent down so people could take bites. I'm pretty sure anyone with an edible hat would be the life of the party.
Let's have a dinner party and everyone will bring a Dr. Suess themed dish! I've got the "Oh, the Places You'll Go" silver dollar pancakes all ready! If only we could incorporate the oh-so-controversial rainbow pancakes http://stuff.icanhascheezburger.com/2010/09/22/cute-food-photos-one-bite-of-breakfast-rainbow/ from a while back, we'd have a masterpiece on our hands.
Source: Baking Bites http://bakingbites.com/2005/09/sunday-brunch-light-and-fluffy-silver-dollar-pancakes/