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Brand Castle Gives Families More Reasons To Decorate This Easter With The Crispy Rice Bunny Kit, Blooming Cupcakes Baking Kit And Flower Cookie Bouquet Kit

BEDFORD HEIGHTS, Ohio, March 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Easter is a holiday that brings families together to honor their annual traditions. Often, these favorite pastimes include creative expression, such as coloring and decorating eggs. This year, Brand Castle, manufacturer of interactive baking kits, sparks new ways families can join together and showcase their creativity with Easter and spring themed baking kits, including the Crispy Rice Bunny Kit, Blooming Cupcakes Baking Kit and Flower Cookie Bouquet Kit. 

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Brand Castle's Crafty Cooking Kits® brand Crispy Rice Bunny Kit and Blooming Cupcakes Baking Kit, and In The Mix® brand Flower Cookie Bouquet Kit are perfect Easter and springtime activities that bring families together around the kitchen to create their very own sweet treats.

The Crispy Rice Bunny Kit includes everything needed to make these adorable bunnies come to life—just add butter. The kit makes two crispy rice bunnies and directions are easy. All the instructions on how to prepare, heat, shape and decorate these awesome Easter bunnies are included. Families can also show off their amazing creations by taking a picture and submitting them to the Crafty Cooking Kits website for the world to see. Best of all, the sweet memories of baking and family togetherness will last long after the Crispy Rice Bunny treats are gone!

The Blooming Cupcakes Baking Kit brings the garden to the kitchen with flowerpot cupcakes! This kit includes oven-safe silicone flowerpots that bake perfect cupcakes. The family baking activity kit includes cake mix, frosting mix and decorations for six flowerpot cupcakes. In addition, the Blooming Cupcakes Baking Kit features tips and ideas for other fun decorating and baking options.

Spring blooms when families arrange their own Flower Cookie Bouquet Kit. Baked fresh from the oven, these bright, colorful flower-shaped cookies are the perfect dessert to enjoy with family and friends. The comprehensive kit includes most everything needed to bake, decorate and display these flower cookie pops that make beautiful and delicious centerpieces.

"We are a company that loves to give families inventive ways to work together and craft," said Jimmy Zeilinger, president of Brand Castle. "Seasons and holidays like Easter and spring are an ideal time to launch new and colorful baking kits like the Crispy Rice Bunny Kit, Blooming Cupcakes Baking Kit and Flower Cookie Bouquet Kit to give adults and children this special opportunity."

The Crispy Rice Bunny Kit, Blooming Cupcakes Baking Kit and Flower Cookie Bouquet Kit can be purchased at Walmart and additional retailers nationwide. Product samples and additional photos are available; requests may be made to the press contact. For more information on Brand Castle, and its Crafty Cooking Kits and In The Mix product lines, please visit www.brandcastle.com. You can also follow Brand Castle, Crafty Cooking Kits and In The Mix on Facebook.

About Brand Castle

Brand Castle is located in Bedford Heights, Ohio and was founded in 2005 by Jimmy Zeilinger and his wife Andrea. Brand Castle is the leader in interactive baking kits for consumers of all ages and offers an extensive selection of over 300 interactive baking kits sold under the brand names of Crafty Cooking Kits™ and In The Mix™ and other numerous licensed brands such as Disney, Hello Kitty and Crayola. Brand Castle interactive baking kits can be purchased at well-known retailers like Bed Bath and Beyond, Christmas Tree Shops, Toy's R Us, Cost Plus World Market, Target and Walmart. Brand Castle prides itself on providing consumers with high-quality, great tasting baking kits that create lasting memories shared between family and friends. For more information regarding Brand Castle's product line and opportunities, contact Jimmy Zeilinger at 216-292-7700 or e-mail him at jimmyz(at)brandcastle(dot)com. 

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