Birthday Recipes (Most Popular)
Definitely not a diet food, but - like all things - good in moderation! Perfect for parties, especially if you add a little food colouring to either the cakes or the frosting for a festive touch.
Makes 12 muffin-sized cakes, with a generous serving of frosting on each.
This cake can be made with pantry items (i.e. no eggs or butter necessary). Good for those on a budget! Nutrition information includes regular sugar, and butter for the icing. You can decrease the calorie content (and make the cake vegan) by leaving out the butter from the icing. You could also use splenda in the cake instead of sugar (but not in the icing). Makes a 20cm cake, which slices into 8.
NB Australian cup and spoon measures.
This is not exactly a healthier version of icing but it is appropriate for decorating a very large birthday cake. This recipe will make about 9 cups or 72 2 tbs servings. It should be eaten in moderation and is actually ok if eaten in servings of two tablespoons which is average on a birthday cake. I first made swiss buttercream for the first time and discovered it was way toooo buttery for my tastebuds so I adapted it into my regular buttercream recipe and found it to be quite tasty.Submitted by KIVALOVESRICKY
It's not low fat or calories but its our family favorite Birthday cake, so I wanted to know the calorie count for it.Submitted by MICHELLEG79
A perfect, almond-based flour-and-gluten-free citrus cake with the beautiful colour and tang of blood oranges and the slight crunch of poppyseeds.Submitted by JO_JO_BA