Easy Angry Birds Birthday Cake (Ultimate Recipe Swap/Birthday Cake Round-Up)

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Learn to make an Easy Angry Birds birthday cake that will wow your kids.

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I’ve baked three birthday cakes in the last ten days or so. In fact, I baked those three birthday cakes in the span of four days. I’m all caked out!

But we had a good time. FishBoy8 and FishBoy10 had a joint birthday party. Rather than let them hem and haw about a cake theme, I made an executive decision and declared it an Angry Birds party. I didn’t get too out of control. We had one planned game: water balloons with green pig targets.

And of course, an Angry Birds Cake:

This was probably the easiest cake on the planet.

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Angry Birds Birthday Cake

Decorate this fun birthday cake with an angry birds theme.
Prep Time30 minutes
Cook Time30 minutes
Total Time1 hour
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: birthday cake
Servings: 6
Calories: 300kcal
Author: Jessica Fisher
Cost: $6


  • 1 sharpie marker
  • 3 green superballs
  • 2 plastic Angry Birds toys


  • one 9×13 cake baked and cooled
  • one batch Buttercream Frosting tinted green
  • green colored sugar
  • 5 Milky Way candy bars


  • Frost the cake. Sprinkle the colored sugar over the top of the cake.
  • Unwrap the candy bars. Insert three candy bars vertically into the cake, about 3 to 4 inches apart. Place the two remaining candy bars atop these “posts”.
  • Draw pig faces on the green Superballs. Place the pigs on the cake.
  • Place the Angry Birds on the cake.
  • Have a happy birthday.


Nutritional values are approximate and will vary depending on the cake and decorating items you choose.


Calories: 300kcal

Today’s the Birthday Cake Round-Up! We’ve been doing this for four years now. It’s such a fun way to swap ideas for creative birthday cakes. Please only link creative birthday cake ideas. Thanks!

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  1. I love to bake my kids’ cakes for their birthdays. From ingredients, not a box. Nothing wrong with a box. It’s just a thing I have. Anyway, I’m not creative so I just hope the love shows in the tastiness. However, this year, my 5 year old asked for a theme birthday, Angry Birds theme. What was I going to do?!?! THANK YOU for this simple and very fun idea. My son saw his cake and said, “Mommy, I love my birthday cake. Thank you!” Hooray!

  2. Wow that is super cute and so easy. My son would LOVE it!!!!

    Thank you for all your great ideas!

  3. I’m so glad my kids aren’t in the room right now to see the cake. I could make it in the fall, and surprise them, and they would think I’m such an awesome mom. Just kidding!

    I love the idea, and now I’m thinking about how I could do an Angry Birds cake.

  4. I just love your cakes. They are creative but also realistic for the average mom to make. As an additional bonus, they are also arthritis friendly! In other words, you don’t have to have all those fancy Wilton skills that are needed to create little roses and doodads that are hard on finger joints.

  5. I love DIY birthday cakes – and especially how easy and kid friendly you make them look. 🙂

    Mine (linked in the roundup) for my husband’s birthday involved a super easy DIY to make little pieces of peanut butter pie…that top cupcakes! It’s a 2 minute cake decor idea with a little sass. 🙂

  6. I was just talking to my hubs about my daughters birthday which is in August. I am not much of a cake maker though I would love to try. I usually just have a friend make it for me 🙂 I look forward to all the yummy cake recipes people will post.

    Tammy @ Skinny Mom’s kitchen

  7. I love your Angry Birds cake! It’s birthday season for us, too! Having 6 kids, keeps you in the birthdays, that’s for sure. I have 2 in June, 1 in July, 1 in August and mine is in September. It’s just a summerlong party! 🙂 I shared the somewhat messy looking Butterfly cake (but you’ll get the idea anyway) AND the Pink Poodle Cake.