How To Make Cascarones

I was first introduced to the Cascarones when my son’s (at the time) girlfriend brought his sisters some confetti filled eggs. We loved them and they made for awesome pictures. I knew I had to learn how to make cascarones. 

Since we moved to San Antonio, we see Cascarones being sold at almost every grocery store during Fiesta and we always buy some every year. After stumbling upon a blog post from Alamo City Mom’s Blog on how to make home made Cascarones, I decided to try my hand at it and create my very first VLOG. Here is my VLOG on How to Make Cascarones. 
Cascarones are not only fun, but like I said they make for great pictures. These can be used for all occasions not just for Fiesta and Easter, but for birthdays and other celebrations. 

Comments

  1. Toni Patton says:

    I have never heard of these til now. My daughter would love making these!!!

  2. Very cool! I’d never even heard of these. How fun!

  3. I’ve never heard of these but I totally love the idea. How much fun!

  4. Autumn says:

    These look so fun! I bet they are great to have around New Years, too

  5. I’ve never even seen this before. How fun. I know my kids would love to do this with me.

  6. Krystal Butherus says:

    I did not know that was what they were called! What a fun photo opp!

  7. What a fun time for the kids. Who knew that I never thoughts these existed

  8. Mommy 2 J.A.M. says:

    Looks like this was a fun time. Thanks for sharing, you’re kids are adorable.

  9. For the first year ever, I just started to see them sold at stores near me. I had no idea what they were. Thanks for sharing!

  10. I just found out what these were last week from my cousins who have family in McAllen. Looks like fun!

  11. This looks like a lot of fun! I would love to try this for my daughters birthday! Thanks for the great idea!

  12. Keikilani Jackson says:

    How fun are these? Your girls look like they had a blast!

  13. And fun was had by all!!! Love how colorful they are! – Jenn @ The Rebel Chick

  14. I’ve never heard of a cascarone before. I wish I were a crafty person.

  15. Elizabeth says:

    Looks like a fantastic time. You are making such great memories with your kiddos.

  16. I have never heard of these before, but I know my kids would love them! How fun! Great vlog too!

  17. What a fun craft! They do make for some great pics!

  18. This is the first time I’d ever heard of them. They are VERY cool and pretty though. The pics are cute!! I think my niece would have a blast with them.

  19. This is SO COOL! I have never even heard of anything like this. My daughter would just love these. They look so fun.

  20. I’ve been wanting to do this for a while. I think bird seed might be fun and NO clean up

  21. FUN! My little one would have a blast with these. 🙂

  22. Becka M says:

    I love that picture with the sprinkles showering her face! My kids would LOVE these!

  23. I’ve never heard of cascarones before. These are cute and festive.

  24. I have never heard of Cascarones before, either, but my kids would love them. It makes me wish I was more crafty lol!

  25. a perfect thing to add to a celebration. Thanks for the tutorial.

  26. Susanna Barbee says:

    I must have been raised in a barn because I have never heard of cascarones. They look like so much fun! I’m very curious now.

  27. How cute are those! I will be sure to pin this for Spring activities!

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  29. These are great! So much fun

  30. How fun!!! I would love to do this with my son, he would love them.

  31. I had never heard of these, but when I was at the park on Easter evening, I saw confetti and eggshells everywhere–now I know why! I can’t wait to make them myself!

  32. Alvina Castro says:

    Thanks so much for sharing and including my blog post! Looks like you guys had a blast with the cascarones.

  33. My family would keep seeing the confetti all over and wondering where it came from!

  34. great pics! I’ve never heard of these. Are they Italian? (just guessing from the name)

    • How funny you ask — since I did not know the answer I went to Wikipedia and found cool facts! Started in China, then Europe, then Spain and Mexico… Rumored to be used for when men thought women were attractive they would chunk them at them.

  35. Crystal Duncan says:

    I pinned this to my craft board. I loved the video! Your kids are so cute and you were so funny. Great job on those!

  36. I giggled out loud watching the little one beating the egg over big sis.

  37. How cool is this, I never heard of these! Looks like my daughters would love making those. I loved your vlog!

  38. I have never seen these before, but even as an adult, I’m excited! LOL! Those look like so much fun.

  39. Great Vlog! I keep saying I want to try it but I haven’t been brave enough yet. I barley understand blogging, I’m not sure I’m ready for the next step yet. Fun project too!

    • You just have to do it! My girls laughed at me at first but then they are so into it! I plan on having them make some toy VLOGS ! Summer time is coming up ;-0

  40. Carmody Tisdale says:

    How cool is this. I have never knew about these.

  41. Love the Vlog! And I can’t wait to try making these myself! Thanks!!

  42. I had no idea what these were until you mentioned this omg I am going to try these out this week on a photoshoot I have with kids.

  43. Everyone should know how to make these. HA! Thanks for the vlog tutorial. 🙂

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