17 Delicious Cakes Inspired by Books

What do you prefer for your birthday – a cake that really looks good and resembles your favorite piece of literature? Or just a plain, square, and uninspiring chocolate cake that is delicious but not quite festive?

Birthdays aren’t about eating good food; they’re about having everyone suck up to you on the most depressing day of the year. A cake that looks like a book probably doesn’t taste too good, but dammit, the most important thing it photographs well and it makes you happy.

Harry Potter Cakes

Harry Potter Cake

This one is by Charm City Cakes, which kinda makes sense.

Harry Poter Books Cake

By TIER Luxury Cakes.

Harry Potter Cupcakes

By Blossom Cakes and Bakes.

The Sorting Hat (From Harry Potter)

Sorting Hat Cake

By Love to Cake.

Monster Book of Monsters (From the Harry Potter Books)

Monster book of monsters cake

By Something I Whipped Up.

The Giving Tree

The Giving Tree Cake

By Jujubay.

Dr. Seuss Cake

Dr. Seuss Cake

By Fancy That Cake.

Cat in the Hat

Cat in the hat cake

The Neverending Story

The Neverending story cake

By Say It With Cake.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid

Diary of a Wimpy Kid cake

By Cakes and Cupcakes Mumbai.

Goodnight Moon Birthday Cake

Goodnight Moon Birthday Cake

By Mary’s Cake Shop.


Twilight Cake

Very Hungry Caterpillar

Very Hungry Caterpillar Cake

By Coco Cake Land.

Penguin Classics Cake

Penguin Classics Cake

Southern Fiction Cake

Southern Fiction Cake

This is the wedding it was made for.

Vintage Book Cakes

Vintage Book Cakes

From The Wilton Yearbook of Cake Decorating (1974). I’m sure you have it at home.

Where the Wild Thing Are

Where the wild things are cake

By Charm City Cakes West.

People get quite creative when it comes to geeky cakes: Check out these Plants vs Zombies cakes, or Superhero and Villain cakes, or if that’s not enough, enjoy these Halloween cakes as well.

Via: Alanna Okun

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