Make your little one's big day a big hit with these festive cake and party treat recipes.
It's the most magical food fad sweeping the internet: Unicorn treats! Try one of these fun, pretty ideas--and add some sparkle to your snacks.
These little birthday rituals are sure to become warm-and-fuzzy memories for your kids down the road.
See how to turn store-bought ice cream sandwiches into one impressive (and easy!) dessert.
Add a special touch to a homemade or store-bought birthday cake. These quick cake toppers are easy to make and sure to be a hit.
The key to this adorable Unicorn Milkshake is not to skimp on the pizzazz! It's all about the decorations: sprinkles, chocolate and whipped cream.
Here's a revolutionary idea: birthday cakes that look fantastic and are a cinch to make! All you need are a basic cake or a few quarts of ice cream, some candies and cookies, maybe a plastic figurine or two. The result? A cake worthy of your little princess or prince.
If your child loves T-Rex and Stegosaurus, get prehistoric with a dinosaur-egg shaped cake.
Transform your red velvet cake into a rainbow confectionery wonder with this recipe from Rainbow Bakes by Mima Sinclair.
This cake is the cat's meow! Watch out video to bake the purr-fect cake.
Do you have a mad scientist on your hands? Our Mad Scientist Birthday Cake is the perfect birthday party experiment.
To make this mosaic-inspired candy cake, arrange assorted monochromatic candy over the top and sides of a round, frosted cake (store-bought works!), and add a candy number on top.
These punky pirate cupcakes are edgy and easy to make.
Who can resist a caterpillar? Our Caterpillar Crawl Birthday Cake video shows you how to create a sweet birthday treat.
To make this fun galaxy cake, cover a chocolate-frosted cake (store-bought works!) with chocolate cookie crumbs, top with fondant starburst shapes and candies, and sprinkle with silver sanding sugar.
Now is the time to bring the traditional birthday cake into modern times with this Jackson Pollock-inspired treat. The crazier, the better, so let your little artist go to town.
Serve up a carousel at your next party. This carnival favorite gets a sweet update in our Carousel Birthday Cake video.
This sparkly sneaker cake is ideal for a princess-themed birthday party.
To make this cute pixel cake, cut licorice into scant pieces and arrange using a cross-stitch pattern on a square, frosted cake (store-bought works!). Get the pattern template at familyfunmag.com/pixelcake.
Yppah Yadhtrib! Let your little ones have a little backwards fun by baking our Backwards Party Cake.
Let the games begin! Win big with our Olympic Birthday Cake.
Does your child have the ultimate sweet tooth? Try our Lotsa Lollies Cake. This birthday surprise is definitely Lollipop Guild approved.
Celebrating a board game lover's birthday? Our Winning Birthday Cake video shows you how to create an edible game board of your own.
To make this pretty pretzel cake, shingle mini pretzel twists in alternating colors around a round, frosted cake (store-bought works!), and top with larger pretzels.
Get into the action by making our Hoop It Up cake, perfect for your sports fanatic's next birthday bash.
Looking for a birthday cake idea? Your little one will be over the moon for this delicious star candy creation at his party.
These cupcakes are full of cinnamon sugar, just like a churro. Top it off with a swirl of frosting and a fried tortilla--and more cinnamon sugar, of course!