Oct 19, 2013

Betty Crocker Smash Cakes ~ Cute and fun for baby's first birthday memories

When my kids were very young, their first few birthdays were such fun to plan.  Decorations, cake, ice cream and more - what theme? colors? characters would my son/daughter most enjoy?

I remember my son's first birthday ~ I had made a small cake for him to personally have then a larger cake with one of his favorite characters on it for the family to share.  He looked at the yummy cake and sunk his fingers all the way in to grab a bite.  Then, to everyone's delight and amazement - he began fussing and shaking his hands off to the side of the highchair!  He didn't want that yucky stuff on his fingers!  It was absolutely adorable and funny.  His smashed up little cake was a yummy treat as long as he could figure out how to keep his fingers clean - :)

Do you have a small separate cake for your little one to smash and smush?  If you were to have another first birthday party (or maybe are already planning on celebrating another one!), which Betty Crocker smash cake would you make? 

Since more and more parents are creating smash cakes for their children, the sponsor - Betty Crocker would love to have you share this easy step-by-step infographic and these great Smash cake ideas with your friends and family!

No. 1 Cutout Cake
No. 1 Cutout Cake – This little cake says, “I’m one!” in a big way. Add your own twist to the toppings, including bits of fruit, crackers, sprinkles, cereal and more.

 Peas & Carrots Smash Cake
Peas & Carrots Smash Cake If you’re looking to sneak some fruits and veggies into baby’s first sweet treat, this round smash cake is your best bet. 

Polka Dot Smash Cake
Polka Dot Smash Cake – Encourage your budding artist to create a messy masterpiece with this two-layered, three-inch round smash cake. The red confetti polka dots and turquoise-frosted cake will create swirls of color. 

Sprinkles Smash Cake
Sprinkles Smash Cake Transform baby’s favorite toy into an edible creation. All you need is a No. 1 cut-out template and sprinkles for a cute contrast. 

Striped Mini Smash Cake
Striped Mini Smash Cake – Pastel frosting with bright orange stripes and polka dots make this two-layered round cake beg for baby’s attention. 

Confetti Cake Stack

Confetti Cake Stack – Confetti sprinkles make this mini smash cake sweet and simple.

 Watercolor Cake
Watercolor Cake – This elegant little cake features purple and teal pastels. It’s almost too lovely to smash.

You can find even more great recipes for Betty Crocker’s favorite first birthday smash cakes on their website here: http://www.bettycrocker.com/menus-holidays-parties/mhplibrary/birthdays/smash-cakes-and-1st-birthday-cakes.

Do you have pictures of your kiddos on their first, second or third birthdays?  Cake smashed or all over their face?  Please feel free to share them with me - I'd love to see them!

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