For each tiny cake you need two sandwich cookies (we used Oreos), frosting and sprinkles.
Put a little frosting between both cookies to hold them together. Spread frosting around the edges of the "cake" first.
Put a dallop of frosting on a small plate. Ours are from a tea set. Then carefully place the cake in the center of the plate. Frost the top.
Add sprinkles in whatever design you want. Finish the cakes off with decorative piping around the top and bottom.
One little girl took a nibble out of hers and showed everyone how it looked just like a real layer cake!
And make mini "ice cream" cones!
Cut both limes in half lengthwise. Scoop out all the fruit with a spoon. Place the limes in a muffin tin to keep them from tipping over. Make the box of Jello according to the Jiggler directions. Carefully spoon Jello into the limes halves. Chill until almost firm. Using a skewer push the mini chocolate chips into the Jello for "watermelon seeds." Chill until until firm, then cut into slices.
10 Golden Grahams Cereal Squares
5 mini marshmallows
5 chocolate chips
Place 5 Golden Graham Squares on a microwave safe plate. Squish a mini marshmallow onto a chocolate chip and place on top of a Golden Graham Square. Microwave for 10-15 seconds. Immediately place a Golden Graham Square on top of each marshmallow.
In a small ziploc bag place a spoonful of powdered sugar. Pour in about 1/4 cup of Cheerios. Shake the bag to cover all the Cheerios with powdered sugar.
In a small microwave safe bowl place 1/4 cup of chocolate chips. Microwave for 30 seconds. Stir. Microwave in 10 second increments stirring after each until the chocolate chips are completely melted. Let cool a minute. Carefully dip the tops of Cheerios into the melted chocolate to "frost" the tops.