Now that you’re a year older, it’s time to enjoy a bold birthday with these alternatives to the customary cake:
These trendy treats are fun to eat and simple to bake. Pouring cake batter into a few Mason jars and placing them in the oven is all the effort you’ll need to enjoy a spoon full of these creative cake alternatives. Try this recipe to make your own jar full of tasty rainbow cake.
Trade the artificial sugars of frosting for the natural sweetness of fruit. A cake made from a carved watermelon covered with non-fat yogurt and your favorite fruits is a unique and healthy birthday treat. Check out how to create your own watermelon cake here.
These tiny pops have all the deliciousness of a full-sized cake rolled into a perfect bite-sized snack. This year you’ll definitely have to wish for self-control because eating just one cake pop is almost impossible. Try this Spoon University recipe for delicious chocolate cake pops.
Glazed with buttercream frosting and coated in colorful sprinkles, a birthday cake doughnut is the ultimate sweet surprise. Plus, you can easily share these unique pastries with a dozen of your close friends. Use this Birthday Cake Doughnut recipe to bake a batch of irresistible birthday treats.
Instead of a slice, grab a scoop of birthday cake flavored ice cream to celebrate your big day. You may not be able to place a candle into this frozen treat, but you’ll still get a tasty birthday wish. For frozen fun on your birthday try this Cake Batter Ice Cream recipe.
An experimental batch of chocolate spice or buttercream bacon cupcakes are just as fun to create as they are to enjoy. These risky flavor combinations make for an adventurous birthday celebration. If you want to be bold on your birthday, check out Spoon University’s recipe for maple browned butter bacon cupcakes here.
All your birthday wishes are sure to come true when you try these deliciously distinctive alternatives to cake.