Blowing out the candles on the cake is all the more fun when you use our great birthday cake recipes that really rise to the occasion. Whether you prefer to start with a cake mix or bake from scratch, we have the perfect recipe to make the occasion extra special.
Decorate animal cookies then place them on candy sticks so they can ride the carousel on top of this colorful party cake.
Fresh ginger imparts a piquant taste to the rich yellow cake. The honey and cream cheese frosting is the crowning touch.
If you love to scrapbook, you'll love decorating this cake. Use a variety of candies to make it yours. Then serve it at a scrapbooking party or birthday celebration.
Whether your child is turning one or came in first place at the spelling bee, this cake is a fun way to celebrate.
Here's an easy cake to make and decorate. It's modern art; the colored frosting can be in any design you want. Let the kids join in the fun for this dessert.
Does your child love trains? Then they'll love this sweet cake. The train cars are filled with candy!
For a dessert with a mini history lesson, make these pyramid cakes for a child's party, and then read the guests a story about the great pyramids.
Personalize each cupcake by piping the letters of each child's name onto candy-coated chocolate pieces and inserting the candies into the frosting. This applesauce spice cake recipe creates a fun and fragrant dessert.
Chocolate cookie crumbs make the race track for this dessert. If your child loves cars, this cake will be a favorite.
Richer than angel food cake, chiffon cake is just as airy and light and makes such a pretty dessert.
A cake mix makes the moon and refrigerated sugar cookie dough makes the stars for this sweet dessert.
Also known as hummingbird cake, this old-fashioned dessert made with bananas, pineapple, and pecans make this a moist, crunchy birthday cake favorite.