Kids' Birthday Cakes

Kids' Birthday Cakes

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Remember the excitement of choosing your birthday cake as a child - weeks of anxiously poring over "The Australian Women's Weekly", "Childrens Birthday Cake Book"...would it be the train? the butterfly? the pirate? "Kids' Birthday Cakes" is a new birthday cake book for the generation that grew up with that first classic book. It features spectacular new designs and, as always, each recipe is simple and easy.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 120 pages
  • 200 x 274 x 10mm | 480.81g
  • Bauer Media Books
  • Sydney, Australia
  • English
  • Reprinted edition
  • colour photos
  • 1863965513
  • 9781863965514
  • 1,752

Customer reviews

This was the first (of many) cake books that I purchased when I became a Mum and wanted to make birthday cakes for my children. And it is well worn. You cannot go wrong with this book as it is a classic and will never date.If you are a novice baker then you simply can't fail with this book as it is very simple to follow and and edible cake almost guaranteed. I still use their butter cake recipe when a vanilla cake is called for as it is a universal hit and even better in cupcakes as its so moist. No need to deviate from a tried and tested favourite and I have tried many others but always go back to AWW's recipe. I'd say almost every Australian household has a copy of this book in some version and it's made many a happy birthday memory for a lot of more
by Del Wylie
Everyone around my age (20 - 30) seem to know this book from our childhood. For me, it was a truck. For my sister, a train (which was made once more for her 18th). For my partner it was a jelly-filled swimming pool. The fact that such a book is so widely known is tantamount to its longevity and success in creating the best home made cakes ever. The cakes featured in this book (with the hard-to-beat delicious butter frosting) are the closest thing you'll get to a memorable children's more
by Peter Rosewarne