Big Book of Kids’ Birthday Cakes by Pamela Clark
To give kids the perfect treat for their special day, look no further than this fun, fabulous collection! Inside you’ll find both much-loved and exciting new recipes that include everything from cupcakes and popcakes to animal cakes, adventure cakes, and the famous “Train Cake.” Even though each artful creation will elicit oohs and aahs, they’re all really easy to prepare. Some even begin with mixes, so it’s simple to bake the happiest birthday ever!
Editor of the Australian Women’s Weekly Cookbooks, Director of the Australian Women’s Weekly Test Kitchen.
For a listing of Australian Women’s Weekly cookbooks that have not be categorized into editors see: Australian Women’s Weekly. The biography of this author also includes links to other food editors for the Australian Women’s Weekly.
There are so many great birthday cakes in this book. We could stroll through the pages daily and enjoy picking which ones we would love to make for the next party. The very first cake that caught our eye is the Igloo Ice-Cream Cake:
Then there is the Buzzy Beehive which is my personal favorite.
This book has cakes, ice cream cakes, cupcakes, frosting recipes, equipment and more. I have truly never owned a birthday cake book with so many recipes in it. This book is jam packed with more than 300 pages. I don’t know exactly how many cakes are in it – they should definitely brag about that a little more – but tons I assure you. We will definitely be making plenty of these cakes – and not just for birthdays. My daughter loves any reason at all to bake and try her artistic expertise. I recommend this book highly as a gift or a valuable resource in your own home. This would make the perfect gift to an expectant mother – a lifetime of birthday cake options.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.