Beautiful and delicious cakes to celebrate seasons and holidays.
Kids will definitely dig this dinosaur cake at your child's next birthday bash.
Flavorful fruit-cancy ribbons are wrapped all over this delicious gift cake that's perfect for birthdays or to serve during the holidays.
Your kids will have fun helping you make this hat cake for your New Year's Eve celebration.
Need ideas to make this Halloween extra special? This party cake is fun to make with the kids.
This is a super simple and fun party cake to make for your fall harvestparty, Halloween party, or even for your Thanksgiving feast.
Celebrate your next Fourth of July with a bang! Dress up a simple sheet cake in stars and stripes with satiny frosting and sweet berries for a patriotic salute that's never tasted so sweet.
Dainty and sophisticated, these cakes are a real showstopper. And since they're made from store-bought pound cake, they're surprisingly easy to prepare.
This clever cake is sure to be the life of your New Year's Eve party.
Meant to represent a jeweled crown, King Cake -- topped with purple, green, and gold sugars signifying justice, faith, and power, respectively -- celebrates the three kings who came bearing gifts at Jesus' birth.
A few easy cuts let you turn a simple cake into a symbol of the season: a tree for Christmas or a dreidel for Hanukkah.
In one shape or another, sweet, spicy gingerbread has been popular for centuries. During the 1600s, in fact, gingerbread making was such serious business that only certain bakers had rights to make it.
In honor of St. Valentine, hand some cake-decorating supplies to your kids and help them write sweet messages in icing.