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Bumble bee Birthday Cakes, Cupcakes and Cookies

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Bumblebees say Summertime to me and they really can be a Great Inspiration to creating some adorable Birthday Cakes, Cupcakes and Cookies. A Bumblebee Birthday Party Theme would be so adorable and having one of these sweet creations at the party would have your guests BUZZING for sure.

So here I am going to share with you some of my Favorite Ideas to help inspire you if you are looking to create a Bumblebee Birthday Cake, Cupcakes or Cookies. They are all Simple and Easy - so anyone can make them!!!


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Bumblebee Cupcakes from The Party Animal (That's Me !)

These Bumblebee Cupcakes were created by me and I think they came out so cute. They are so Simple to make too and take hardly anytime to put together. I share on my Party Blog Step by Step Directions with Photos on how you can make these too.

So Buzz on over and see Just How Easy they are to make Here:

How to Make Bumblebee Cupcakes

Photo Credit: myrecipes101.com

Photo Credit: myrecipes101.com

Simple Bee Cake from My Recipes 101

  • Bee Cake
    This is a Simple Fun Bee Cake that is actually made with Honey. Serve it plain as is or you can even add on a Head to bring it to life. See how to make step by step.

Edible Sugar Shaped Bumbleees

Kids love the Sugar Bumblebees

Not only are the Sugar Bumblebees adorable - kids love to eat them. I think they are fun way to decorated Cupcakes & Birthday Cakes . You can also take a little frosting and dab some on the back and stick them to Toothpicks or Lollipop Sticks and then place into your Cakes & Cupcakes at different heights so they look as though they are buzzing around.

Cupcake Picks

Cupcake Picks are another Super Easy way to quickly decorate your Sweets. They just simply stick into your Cakes & Cupcakes and not only look adorable, but the kids can keep them to take home as a fun keepsake from the party.

These are also fun to place into plants to sent home with the kids as a Party Favor - awww now that would be adorable.

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bumblebee-birthday-cakes-cupcakes-and-cookies

Bee Hive Cake

Now this is cute - you can create a Bee Hive Cake using the Bee Hive 3D Cake Pan. It creates Bees on the Cake with the mold too and you can add some of the Sugar Shaped Bumblebees on to give it an extra pop.

Drizzle your Frosting down the top to make it look like Honey dripping down. I would color frosting a Yellowish color to make this effect.

The Bee Hive Cake Pan is made of Heavy cast aluminum for even heating and exceptional durability it also has a Nonstick coating for easy release and quick cleanup.


Bee Hive Cake Pan

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Photo Credit: catholiccuisine.blogspot.com

Fun Bumblebee Cookies from Catholic Cuisine

  • Bumblebee Cookies
    Use your favorite peanut butter cookie dough (or any cookie dough, I imagine), some pretzel twists and sticks and melted chocolate for the stripes. We rolled the dough into balls and flattened them on top of the mini pretzel twist wings then added th
Photo Credit:thecookiecuttershop.com

Photo Credit:thecookiecuttershop.com

Photo Credit:thecookiecuttershop.com

Photo Credit:thecookiecuttershop.com

Bumblebee Cookies

You can easily create some great looking cookies using one of the many Bumblebee Cookie Cutters. Just get your self some Black, Yellow and White Icing and create those cute Bees. I also love when Silver Dragees are used for eyes - it really makes them PoP.

Bumblebee Cookie Cutters

How to make a Fondant Bumble Bee

Have fun with Fondant Bumblebees

Try your hand at makings some Fondant Bumblebees. Below you will find all the Supplies you need along with Tutorials on how you can create these at home. No need to worry they are pretty EASY to do and it really is like playing with edible Play Doh. Just follow the steps and you will be Buzzing with happiness at just how cute this little insects turn out and you can say you did yourself - so even better!!

Photo Credit: Flickr ccyhan's photostream

Photo Credit: Flickr ccyhan's photostream

Photo Credit: Wilton

Photo Credit: Wilton

Photo Credit: Family Fun

Photo Credit: Family Fun

Bee Cake using Butterfly Cake Pan from Wilton

  • Bee a Party Maker Cake
    Don't be a downer, Bee a Party Maker. This adorable bee cake, made with the butterfly pan and featuring cookie antennae, face, and feet, is sure to get your party buzzing.

Yellow Jacket Cupcakes From FamilyFun Magazine

  • Y Is For Yellow Jacket Cupcake Recipe
    Make a cupcake that looks like a yellow jacket. Frost the cupcake in yellow icing, adding stripes with the black twist licorice. Make wings from the wafer halves, adding a design with a writing tip. Attach the halved Black Crow licorice to the gu

Bee Cake Pans

Have some fun and use Cake Pans to create your Bee Cakes. As you can see below one of the Bumblebee Cakes was created using a Bear Cake Pan - That is one of my favorites since it sits up and looks so darn cute. The Pan will come with Step by Step Instructions on how to make your Bee or you can find that it on Wilton's Website.

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bumblebee-birthday-cakes-cupcakes-and-cookies

Other Cake Pans used to make Bee Cakes

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Stuff a Plush Bumblebee

Add some extra fun to the party with a Stuff a Plush Bumblebee. The kids get to stuff this 16' Bumblebee by hand to take home and love. Not only does it make a great party activity, but it will also double as a party favor. There is no sewing required. Ladybug is also available.

Each Stuff a Plush Bumblebee Kit comes with:

  • 16" Plush Bumblebee
  • Stuffing
  • Wishing Star Insert
  • Custom Ladybug Birth Certificate
  • Directions

For more Information and How to Order Visit:

The Party Animal

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Leave some BUZZ Here !!

Anna on March 26, 2015:

Can I ask what tin would you use to create the bumble bee in your picture, I have been asked to make one and am in two minds as to what tin to use. Thank you

Eileen Goodall from Buckinghamshire, England on March 22, 2012:

I adore bumble bees and to make them edible is adorable - voted up, pinned and LOVED!

LauraGT from MA on March 07, 2012:

Great ideas! I might use some of these for my daughter's "garden" party this spring! Thanks.

Christine Mulberry on May 23, 2010:

Absolutely adorable stuff. Especially love the fondant bumble bees.

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