My daughter loves frogs, so for her 6th birthday we had a Frog Prince birthday party! The Frog Prince Cake was pretty easy to make.
Frog Body: I made two 9x13 cakes, once cooled I stacked them using frosting to "glue" them together. The entire body was sculpted free-hand.
Frog Eyes: The eyes were simply marshmallows stuck on the top of the head using frosting. I used black gel icing for the pupils.
Icing Body & Eyes: After the body was sculpted and the eyes were in place, I frosted the entire cake (with exception of half of the head) with a light green frosting. Use green gel icing and draw lines on the feet to make the toes.
Icing Mouth: Mix a light yellow color and frost the bottom half of the mouth and then use a red licorice rope to separate the green and yellow icing.
Crown: Take a piece of yellow construction paper and curl it into a cone shape, then cut the rest free style.
I hope you enjoy making this cake as much as I did, and I hope the party loves it!
I made this Frog Birthday Cake Idea for my husband. With two young daughters I wasn’t going to get away with not having a cake for Daddy’s birthday. The cake itself is the best ever chocolate cake, recipe found on a BBC web site.
I then covered the cake with chocolate, cream cheese butter icing, a recipe I concocted but seems to work and has become a firm favourite for most of our cakes. This icing gives a soft base for the marshmallow fondant icing, another recipe I found online.
The image of a frog I got from an animals sugar paste cake decorating book. No particular reason for making my husband a frog cake, I just liked the colours and the frog, also an easy animal for a one and a half year old to identify. I added colour to shop bought sugar paste to make the frog.
I think this was my first ever animal to make and so it is not very smooth and a bit on the large size but we liked the cake anyway.
My granddaughter wanted a frog cake for her 3rd birthday party. I tried to convince her that a frog cake is more suitable for a boy, but she insisted on a frog cake. Then we decided to make her party theme “The Princess and the Frog”.
I couldn’t get a frog cake tin, then I copied a picture of a frog, baked 2 packets of cake mix in a big rectangular oven tray and cut and pasted the frog out according to the picture. I made butter icing in bright green and bright pink using gel food coloring and white margarine. I iced the frog green and outlined it in pink. Then I put a small crown on its head. The eyes and toes I made with pink and brown Smarties. I put 3 white flower candles with green leaves from a icing tube and green and pink plastic frogs at the bottom of the cake. She was very pleased and everybody thought it to be a very nice girl’s birthday cake.
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I made this Homemade Tree Frog Birthday Cake for my son's 11th birthday. I used two 8x13 cakes along with two 8x8 cakes for the body. A fabricated plywood base allows for the mouth to sit at the angle it does. The eyes are Hostess Snowballs.
The entire cake is edible except the legs which are PVC pipe (front) and pipe insulation (rear) which are covered in marshmallow fondant. Needless to say it was a hit with my son.
To make this cake I used a 9"x12" rectangle, 10" round and the Wilton Mini Stand-Up bear pan. I baked 2 of the bears using angel food cake. I use the round cake to make the lil pad. To make frogs trim off ears and position higher on head forimg eyes here I used M&M's for eye color. I added some pre~maked flowers and used ribbon for bows on frogs.