diy baby shower cakes
If you are expecting a baby or babies and are preparing for a cool baby shower, you are probably thinking about the theme and the set up. But what to keep in mind is the food and the various goodies, and desserts are among the first to think about it. Make a wonderful cake for your baby shower! It could be a gender reveal, themed reveal, or just a cute piece with berries or flowers - it's up to you. I've prepared some cool recipes to choose from, let's get started!
If you are expecting or planning a gender reveal party then this simple marble gender reveal cake is perfect! All you need to make these cute pink and blue marbled swirls is to run lines of pink and blue frosting over your already frozen cake and smooth them out with a spatula. Fill your cake with colored candy that you like.
Devil's Food Cake, tinted white chocolate mousse, and double chocolate fondant frosting are deliciously layered to hide the cutest surprise in this baby giraffe cake! The final component of the decorations was a band of alternating pink and blue sixlets around the top and bottom of the cake to finish off the edges. Whether you're baking for Team Pink or Team Blue, this baby giraffe's triple chocolate gender cake is the cutest way to share the surprise.
This is a chocolate mocha cake with mocha buttercream. Put the pillow and baby's head on the cake. Roughly made a small body and covered it with a fondant blanket. Cut out some polka dots with icing tips on the back and glue them with water. Make a small bottle and place it near the sleeping baby. Voila!
This is a vanilla cake filled with fresh whipped cream and strawberries, topped with a blue whale. The sides of the cake resemble ocean waves and are ombre. Such a cute idea for a boy's baby shower!
This rich cake is champagne génoise with an Italian egg yolk buttercream instead of traditional buttercream. The royal icing animals are piglets and elephants, and since they are pink animals, we all understand that this is a great baby shower idea for girls.
This tutorial includes 8 inch red velvet cakes, a dozen chocolate cupcakes, and a dozen vanilla cupcakes, as one cake wasn't enough for all. The cake is mint colored, has a wicker design and a cool duckling over it - we all know ducks are often chosen for baby showers.
Not only is this cake loaded and soaked in milk, but the frosting tastes just like strawberry ice cream or strawberry milk shake. It's incredible! The cake itself is a white cake soaked in milk. Super moist, super milky and super tasty.
This is a special baby shower cake! The whole cake is covered with icing stars and filled with homemade chocolate mousse instead of the usual icing. If you have a girls baby shower just change the colors and the inscription!
This cake is great for a gender shower! It's ombre pink inside, but of course if it's a boy - replace pink with pink. The cake is very light and definitely doesn't feel heavy at all, it's not very sugary, and it's very tasty! Read the full tutorial to find out how to bake one.