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15 Super Cute Cocomelon Cake Ideas for Girls & Boys

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If you are looking for ideas for a Cocomelon-themed cake, you have come to the right place! I've gathered 15 of the most creative and adorable Cocomelon cakes that will surely inspire your next baking project.

1. Cocomelon Watermelon Cake

Here you could have a watermelon-themed cake with green and pink icing. Add some Cocomelon characters on top or around the cake.

2. Cocomelon Jell-O Cake

This one is a little more unique and definitely eye-catching! A gelatin cake in the shape of a watermelon, cut into slices. You could even add some gummy worms emerging from the "rind" for an extra touch.

3. Cocomelon Cake Pops

For a simpler, yet still creative and fun option, try making Cocomelon cake pops! Simply bake or buy a cake, crumble it up, mix in some frosting, and roll into balls. Then dip them in pink or green candy melts and decorate with sprinkles, characters, or whatever you like.

4. Cocomelon Ice Cream Cake

Who doesn't love ice cream cake? And this Cocomelon-themed one is sure to be a hit! Simply make or buy your favorite ice cream flavor (I recommend something fruity to go with the watermelon theme), then top with green and pink whipped cream, sprinkles, and characters.

5. Cocomelon Cupcakes

Cupcakes are always a good idea, and these Cocomelon-themed ones are too cute to pass up! Make or buy some cupcakes, then frost them with green or pink icing. Top with character toppers or fondant for an extra special touch.

6. Cocomelon Cake Balls

These are similar to cake pops, but instead of being rolled into balls, the cake is formed into a ball shape and then coated with candy melts or chocolate. You could even add sticks to them to make lollipops!

7. Cocomelon Smash Cake

For a first birthday, you could make a Cocomelon smash cake! This is a small cake, usually just one or two servings, that the baby gets to "smash" and eat all by themselves. Decorate with green and pink frosting, sprinkles, and a character on top.

8. Cocomelon Double Tier Cake

For a more impressive cake, try making a two-tiered Cocomelon cake. This one is sure to be the center of attention at any party! Be sure to use green and pink icing, and don't forget the characters on top.

9. Cocomelon Layered Cake

This cake is similar to an ice cream cake, but with cake layers instead of ice cream. Simply bake or buy two cakes, then frost them with green and pink buttercream. Add some character decorations on top, or even in between the layers.

10. Cocomelon Rainbow Cake

This cake is sure to be a show-stopper! A six-layer cake, each a different color of the rainbow. Be sure to use green and pink for the top two layers, and don't forget the character toppers.

11. Cocomelon Ombre Cake

For a more subtle, yet still beautiful cake, try an ombre design. This one is green on the bottom, gradually lightening to pink at the top. Be sure to use a light hand with the green food coloring, so it doesn't overpower the cake.

12. Cocomelon Drip Cake

This cake is decorated with melted chocolate or candy melts, drizzled over the top of the cake in a random pattern. Be sure to use green and pink for a fun summertime look.

13. Cocomelon Floral Cake

This cake is decorated with fondant flowers in green and pink (great for girls). You could even add some character toppers as well as different fruits among the flowers for an extra special touch.

14. Named Cake

Have their name written out in green and pink icing—or even better, have it piped on in 3D! This is a really creative and unique way to decorate a Cocomelon cake.

15. Number Cake

This one is perfect for birthdays! Have their age written out in green and pink, or even better- have it piped on in 3D! Another really creative and unique way to decorate a Cocomelon cake.

How Do You Make a Cocomelon Cake?

There are a few different ways that you can make a Cocomelon cake, depending on what look you are going for.

  1. Have a design in mind. The first thing you need to do is decide what design you want for your cake. There are a lot of different options out there, so take some time to browse through pictures online or in magazines to get some inspiration. Once you have a general idea of what you want, it will be much easier to figure out how to make it.
  2. Choose your flavor. The next thing you need to do is choose the flavor of your cake. The most popular flavors for Cocomelon cakes are vanilla and chocolate, but you can really use any flavor you want. If you are using a store-bought cake mix, make sure to get the kind that is already flavored.
  3. Get the right supplies. Once you have your design and flavor chosen, it's time to get the supplies you need to make your cake. If you are using a store-bought cake mix, you will just need the mix itself, some eggs, oil, water, and a bowl. If you are making your cake from scratch, you will need flour, sugar, butter, eggs, baking powder, and milk.
  4. Mix the batter. If you are using a store-bought cake mix, simply follow the instructions on the back of the box. If you are making your cake from scratch, start by creaming together the butter and sugar. Add the eggs and mix until well combined. Add the flour, baking powder, and milk, mix until well combined.
  5. Bake. Once your cake is mixed, pour it into a greased and floured cake pan. Set the settings and a way you go. Once the cake is baked, let it cool for a few minutes before removing it from the pan. Let it cool completely on a wire rack before frosting or decorating.
  6. Frost and decorate. Now it's time to frost and decorate your cake! If you are using store-bought frosting, simply spread it over the top of the cake. If you are making your own frosting, start by beating together the butter and sugar. Add the milk and vanilla extract and mix until well combined. Spread the frosting over the top of the cake. In terms of toppers, you can get cake toppers and edible images online or at your local craft store. You can also use fondant to make your own decorations.

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