Cool Candy Land Birthday Cake

Homemade Candy Land Birthday Cake

My daughter wanted a Candy Land 4th Birthday Party so I ran with it!!! I made this cake using two 9×13 and two 9′ round cake pans. I leveled the tops of them out then I stacked the two 9×13 cakes on top of each other then stacked the two 9′ round cakes on top … Read more

Coolest Homemade Candyland Birthday Cake

Homemade Candyland Birthday Cake

My daughter and her friends loved my homemade Candyland birthday cake. I placed one chocolate and one yellow sheet cake side by side and coated it all over with vanilla frosting. I placed the ice cream cones, representing the castle, on the cake first and then laid out the trail using starbursts. Regular and small … Read more

Cool Homemade Candyland Cake for my Daughter’s 4th Birthday

Homemade Candyland Cake

This homemade Candyland Cake is the cake I made for my daughter’s 4th birthday. She doesn’t like cake but loves candy – so what kind of birthday party doesn’t have a cake? My solution was this Candyland cake covered in all kinds of candy. The cake (base and castle) are rice crispy cake – but … Read more

Coolest Spongebob Candyland Birthday Cake

Homemade Spongebob Candyland Birthday Cake

I first saw a Candyland cake 7 years ago in my favorite recipe magazine and really thought it was a cute idea. My oldest turned 5 two years ago and I thought if I ever wanted to make this cake for him, that was going to be my last chance. To make it more “him” … Read more

How to Bake a Cake and Design it to Look Like Candy Land 0

How to bake a cake for this Candy land cake just use a simple chocolate 9 x 13″ cake iced with white buttercream icing. To make the Candyland path I used a toothpick to trace a single curvy path over the cake top. When the position of the path looked right I used the bottom … Read more

Easy Homemade Candyland Birthday Cake

Homemade Candyland Birthday Cake

I used a 13×9 pan for this Candyland Birthday Cake. I tinted white frosting blue and pink. I outlined the top of the cake with different colored licorice. I put peppermint candies all around the sides. I made the path out of white chocolate chips, mini gummy bears, sprinkled covered chocolate candies, and gummy fruit … Read more

How to Bake a Cake and Design it to Look Like Candy Land 1

A friend showed me this idea of how to bake a cake to look like Candy Land. I made two cakes and put them together. Put icing and sprayed with green food coloring topped with all different types of candy, starburst lollipops, kisses, Reeses peanut butter cups. It was lots of fun doing this with … Read more

Coolest Candyland Cake

Candyland Cake

I saw this Candyland cake in a magazine a week after my daughter’s 2nd birthday. I was so bummed, but determined to make it for her third. With a little convincing, and playing the game a lot, she helped me out. It was so much fun. And now a picture of her with her cake … Read more

Cool Homemade Candyland Cake Design

Homemade Candyland Cake Design

I made this Candyland Cake Design for my daughter’s 4th birthday. I used gumdrop and mints for the border. 1/3 of the cake I iced in blue, and the rest in green. I used Starburst for the path. M&M’s and green sprinkles for the “gingerbread tree” area, peppermint sticks and crushed peppermints for Mr. Mint’s … Read more

How to Bake a Cake and Design it to Look Like Candy Land 2

I had no clue how to bake a cake so searched this site for a Candy Land cake. We prepared an 11×14 cake and frosted it with white frosting. We then put the candy on using the game board as a model. We used starbursts for the path, candy corn (instead of candy canes), gumdrops, … Read more

Cool Homemade Candyland Cake for a Sweet Sixteen

Candyland Cake

My friend Carol and I made this Candyland cake for my daughter Kirsten’s sweet sixteen birthday party. We taped a cut out of her face on a Candyland game piece at the beginning of the cake. The castle was made out of graham crackers and sugar cones. The recipe to make the sides of the … Read more

Coolest Candyland Cake Design

Homemade Candyland Cake Design

Everything on this Candyland Cake Design is edible (except the toothpicks holding the little flags). This is a half sheet yellow cake with banana filling, frosted in buttercream icing. I used fondant icing the day before to cut out the colored path, gingerbread men, the gingerbread colored game pieces, candy canes and the CANDYLAND wording … Read more

How to Bake a Cake and Design it to Look Like Candy Land 3

Put cooled cakes side by side on display board. Level the tops of cake. Ice the cake with white icing. Then use green decorating spray. After spraying top and sides of cake start decorating. Make a Candy land road by using a toothpick so it is an easy guide when placing the Starburst candies. I … Read more

Cool Candy Land Cake

Candy Land Cake

This Candy Land cake is any child’s dream, full of Candy, Candy, and more Candy!! I created this cake directly from the Candyland Game board with the goal of “everything on it is edible.” I used Cream Cheese frosting, Icing, fondant, gum paste, nutter butters, jellybeans, gumdrops, M&Ms, licorice, lollipops, gingerbread, candycanes, icecream cones, chocolate … Read more

Fun Homemade Candyland Cake for a 3rd Birthday

Homemade Candyland Cake

My best friend and I made this easy Candyland cake for my daughter’s 3rd birthday. It was a hit! The kids loved being able to eat every part of it! I used half chocolate cake and half white. Frosted it with a plain vanilla whipped frosting and had a friend airbrush the blue to green … Read more

Sweet Homemade Candyland Cake for a Baby Shower

Homemade Candyland Cake

We did a baby shower with the CandyLand theme. And I knew I wanted to do the Candyland Cake. I’ve done cakes before but not a lot of decorating. It was a big family babyshower so I needed a lot of cake. I started with a 14 inch round. Did 3 layers of carrot cake, … Read more

How to Bake a Cake and Design it to Look Like Candy Land 5

Fresh candy from the store was used for each area, gumdrops, circus peanuts, licorice, peppermints and candy canes suckers, chocolate chips, M & Ms. The signs were made from cardboard cutouts. I used happy birthday candles for the end of the road instead of king candy and used a few pieces of candy from each … Read more