FamilyFun Birthday Cakes: 50 Cute & Easy Party Treats

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., Oct 1, 2009 - Cooking - 63 pages
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Kids will love helping to create their very own magical birthday cake. These awesome desserts, decorated as everything from mermaids to fire trucks to ladybugs, will make a child’s special day even more memorable. Though they look like works of art, they’re actually easy to put together and won’t keep you in the kitchen when you should be celebrating. All that’s required are a few clever cuts in a freshly baked cake plus artful frosting and colorful candles. Most important, there’s room for creativity, so each treat can be customized however you and your child like.

 

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Contents

Introduction
4
Bake Me a Cake
6
The Icing on the Cake
10
Finishing Touches
11
Snorkeler Cake
12
Under the Sea Cake
13
Castle Cake
14
Princess Cake Froggy Cupcake
15
Checkerboard Cake
38
Tictactoe Cupcakes
39
Outback Jeep Cake
41
Sleepover Cake
42
PJ Kids Cupcakes
43
Treasure Chest Cake Goldfish Cupcake
45
Pizza Cake
46
Burgers and Dogs Cupcakes
47

Barnyard Buddies
16
Hawaiian Beach Cake Beach Bash Cupcake
19
Rocket Cake
20
Fire Engine Cake
21
Cupcake Tea
22
Apron Cake
23
Pirate Ship Cake
24
Mermaid Cake
25
Panda Cake Cub Cake
27
Choochoo Train Cake
28
Baseball Cap Cake Baseball Cupcake
29
Icecream Pool Cake
30
Bug Mountain Cake Worm Cupcake
32
Pink Pony Cake
35
Erupting Volcano Cake
36
Jurassic Cupcakes
37
Dump Truck Cake
48
Racetrack Cake
49
Ballerina Cake
50
Balloon Cupcakes
51
Puppy Dog Cake
52
Bowling Cake
53
Campout Cake
54
Slippery Snake
56
Pyramid Cake
57
Butterfly Cake Flutterby Cupcake
58
Flower Garden Cake
59
Boom Box Cake
60
Xylophone Cupcakes 62 Index
62
page 43
63
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Deanna F. Cook has written dozens of books for kids, including the award-winning "Kids' Multicultural Cookbook". She was the creative development director at "FamilyFun" and has been an editor at "Scholastic "and "Disney". She's appeared on national television sharing crafts and recipes for kids and is currently the content director at Kidstir.com. She lives in western Massachusetts with her family. Visit her at DeannaFCook.com.

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