Take a look at the coolest homemade Harry Potter cakes.
Delve into the magical world of witches and wizards with these enchantingly awesome Harry Potter cakes. Leave the muggle world behind as you enter this weird and wonderful extraordinary world. Impress your biggest and littlest Potterheads with these fantastical homemade cake ideas.
Take inspiration from the Hogwarts castle, Harry’s Gryffindor scarf and, of course, the golden snitch. Learn how to make a 3D Hegwig the owl cake, a monster’s book of monsters and Harry’s iconic glasses. In addition, you will also find even more ideas from the sorting hat to professor Snape on a cake (and it’s amazingly clever). There are so many spellbinding designs, it will be hard to chose your favorite one. You will need to make your own Harry Potter cake after viewing these awesome designs.
So jump on a broomstick and fly off into this collection of amazing Harry Potter cakes below.
Harry Potter Cakes Categories
- Golden Snitch Cakes
- Hagrid Cakes
- Harry Cakes
- Harry Potter Scene Cakes
- Hedwig the Owl Cakes
- Hermione Cakes
- Hippogriff Buckbeak Cakes
- Hogwarts Castle Cakes
- Hogwarts Emblem Cakes
- Horcrux Cakes
- Knight Bus Cakes
- Mandrake Cakes
- Monster Book Cakes
- Quidditch Stadium Cakes
- Snape Cakes
You can also browse all the Harry Potter birthday cakes here.
The cakes in this section (and all of the homemade birthday cakes on this Website) have been graciously shared with us by visitors from around the world. You’re more than welcome to copy ideas – after all, that’s what they’re here for. And once you set on creating your own cake, remember to document the process and share your cake with us so others can find inspiration from your creations.
Featured Harry Potter Cakes
Cool Monster Book of Monsters Cake
I made this Monster Book of Monsters cake for my 9 year old nephew. He loves reading and as most boys that age, the Harry Potter books are a favorite. So, I looked online for some inspiration and I saw a few similar type cakes and decided to give it a go.
The cake was a chocolate cake but for the brown marshmallow fondant, instead of adding food coloring I added cocoa powder which made the cake smell sooo double chocolaty. I found it a bit tricky trying to get all the teeth into the side of the cake but just about managed it. I was also concerned that my own little girls would be put off by the look of this one but instead there were animated discussions over who would get to eat the eyes! Read more about this homemade Monster Book of Monsters cake…