23 August, 2014
Daniel Tiger themed chocolate birthday cake and cupcakes (egg-free, whole wheat)Comments : 41 Posted in : eggless cakes on by : apsara Tags: Daniel tiger cake, Daniel tiger frosting ideas, edible frosting, healthy birthday cake, tiger cupcakes, whole wheat chocolate cake
No new recipe! Just sharing pictures of a cake and cupcakes I made for a friend’s daughter today. Blogger friends over at the Novice Gardener’s Fiesta Friday #30, I’m a little late for the party, but have some delicious dessert for you!
The little girl loves Daniel Tiger and the edible frosting was purchased from an online source. My friend was not particular about the flavor of the cake, she just wanted a healthy cake and some fun cupcakes for the kids at the party.
I baked a 9″ x 13″ chocolate cake to fit the frosted sheet (which was straight forward), and 12 cup cakes with the same batter. I spent some time decorating the cupcakes to make little tigers. In order to avoid using artificial color in the cupcakes meant for kids, I just used chocolate for the frosting, so it does not look very Daniel-like in terms of color. 🙂
To get the recipe for the cake and frosting, go over to my earlier post of chocolate birthday cakes.
It is easy to guess what went into the frosting, right? Melted chocolate mixed with some icing for the whiskers…
And left over cake bits molded for the nose and ears!
Have a good weekend, everyone!
41 thoughts on : Daniel Tiger themed chocolate birthday cake and cupcakes (egg-free, whole wheat)
They’re so cute 😀
thank you, Charanya. 🙂
Super cute Apsara 🙂
Thank you so much, Malar. 🙂
My daughter just gave her thumb of approval Apsara!
I’m so delighted that your little one liked these!
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Wow looks beautiful:-) I am your friend daughter would have enjoyed them:-)
Thanks, Vidya. I like your new profile picture.:-)
So cute 🙂 Happy FF!
Thank you. Happy FF to you too!
How cute, Apsara!
Thank you, Anjana. 🙂
Suuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuper. Naakula jalam urarathu. All the best. Amma
Amma, thank you so much for the comment! Party-um nalla enjoy pannom.
They look lovely Apsara
thank you, Radhika. 🙂
Too cute! My 5 year old asked for a lion party for his birthday and I was only too happy to experiment with a cheeky looking lion face on his cake 🙂
That would have been fun! Happy FF to you too!
These are so cute. I love that you have managed to decorate them so convincingly without using garish colours – just the icing and cake. Now that I have become a grandmother, I am renewing my interest in fun baked things. He’s a bit young yet, but will keep these ideas in store for the future.
Sure! I’m sure you’ll have fun baking for your grandkid! 🙂
Cute, lovely and delicious are the words that I choose to describe this post 🙂
Thank you so much, Deepa. 🙂
these are so cute 🙂
Thanks, Andy. 🙂
Very cute – kids love these kind of cakes – I know as I sure made a bunch 🙂
Yes, it makes it so worth the effort!
How lovely Apsara! The birthday girl must have loved them so much 🙂
Thanks, Naina. Yes, she did!
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The kids mustve gone bonkers with the cute cupcakes… !! You love to bake, don’t you:)
yes, Namrata. Baking has become such a passion that I miss it if I don’t bake for a few days!
They are so cute! Perfect for Fiesta Friday party! Thanks a lot for being there!
Thank you so much and for hosting FF, Margy. It is such a daunting task to comment on everybody’s post, but you are doing such a wonderful job of it!
Cute cupcakes Apsara. …kids must have gone crazy looking at it……fantabulous. ..
I’m glad you like it, Chitra!
How cute!!! 🙂