Check out these darling Disney desserts that look like kids' favorite characters.
Create Minnie Mouse Silhouette Cake Pops, a recipe inspired by Minnie Mouse, with step by step instructions provided by Bakerella. Enjoy this fun craft with your kids and family.
Here’s a real find for Nemo fans — a cake that’s just as fun and colorful as the little lost clownfish. Baking and decorating it makes a great family activity for a rainy day.
Perry the Platypus is always popping up in surprising places - on top of your cupcakes, for example.
When Phineas and Ferb transformed their backyard into a beachside paradise, Phineas won the surfing contest with a spectacular performance. Inspired by the board he rode to victory, these cupcakes make a great treat to "surf" up at a summer party.
Mr. Potato Head, everyone's favorite Toy Story wise guy, gets the sweet treatment in cake pop form.
Kids will be thinking pink when they feast their eyes on these cute Hamm cake pops, modeled after the dutiful piggie bank pal of Toy Story fame.
Mr. Pricklepants will be a welcome guest at your next Toy Story-themed party.
Not your standard holiday ham, this Christmas swine (sans the brine) makes a sweet and surprising addition to the dessert line-up. And on a day when kids are unwrapping new toys, it's also a playful tribute to old favorites already in residence.
A mixture of good ole boy, daredevil and know-it-all, Lightning McQueen's sidekick makes a welcome guest at any preschool party. These cute cupcakes will pull twice their own weight at your next Cars-themed birthday bash.
Create this Tinker Bell-inspired cake. Enjoy this recipe with your kids and family.
Create Everblossom Cupcakes, a fairy craft inspired by the movie Tinker Bell, with these step by step instructions. Enjoy this fun craft activity with your kids and family.
Create Tinker Bell's Shoes, a fairy craft inspired by the movie Tinker Bell. Enjoy this fun craft activity with your kids and family.