This year Emily was determined to build a Leprechaun trap and catch a Leprechaun. She kept talking about it, and when I saw this yummy Rainbow Bundt Cake Leprechaun Trap idea on my friend’s Facebook page, I knew this was the trap for us to build!
We poured the colors in one at a time to make a rainbow in the pan.
When it cooled we frosted it with green frosting and the girls added some plastic gold coins to cover the opening in the middle, hoping that the Leprechaun would take the coins and fall in the hole and get trapped!!
We added a little sign to point the Leprechaun in the right direction.
The girls with their Leprechaun Trap Cake and Leprechaun Masks
In the morning the girls couldn’t wait to see if the trap worked and this is what we found…
…our Leprechaun ate his way out and left us some tricky chocolate coins in place of the gold coins!!
He also turned the milk for our cereal green and the water in the potty green too, what a little trickster ;)