Snack-Food Wedding Cake

Check out Food Network Magazine's snack-food wedding cake; it cost $115 to make!

Brides looking to save a little cash should follow the lead of a few savvy newlyweds and serve dessert from the snack-food aisle. Couples across the country have been stacking up Ding Dongs and Ho Hos to stand in for their wedding cakes. Patten Laurel, from Queens, NY, even got Hostess to make a special batch of winter-white Sno Balls for her March wedding. These cakes have an added benefit beyond the cost, as Houston couple Amy Dinn and Jake Goldstein discovered on their first anniversary: They’re still good a year later.

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