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First Birthday Cakes for Boys

Edible Excavator 1 of 10
Assembled from a pound cake and Twinkies, this no-bake treat will please the crew at your birthday celebration and any little boy who loves cars and trucks!

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Crocodile! 2 of 10
Your little explorer will love this sweet crocodile cake. This simple-to-follow recipe will delight moms and kids alike. (Just watch the teeth!)

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Choo Choo Train 3 of 10
Engineer this great train cake, which makes an ideal centerpiece for a toddler's first birthday party. If you invited the entire neighborhood, bake extra cars!

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School of Fish 4 of 10
Make a splash at your son's birthday bash with this fish design, which comes together swimmingly from just M&Ms and candy fruit slices.

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Buzz-worthy Bees 5 of 10
Pooh can't resist a yummy pot of honey, and your little one won't be able to resist these sweet treats—perfectly sized for toddler appetites!

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It's a Jungle Out There 6 of 10
Is the birthday boy an animal lover? This is just the cake for a zoo, rainforest, or safari birthday party theme.

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Pirate Hat 7 of 10
Ask any birthday buccaneer if he wants a piece of this swashbuckling cake, and you'll get a resounding, "Aye, matey!" Surround it with chocolate coins for an even more treasured treat.

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Tiger Cake 8 of 10
Birthday guests and your little tiger will roar with delight for this birthday cake that looks like a favorite jungle animal.

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Crazy for Cows 9 of 10
Does the birthday boy prefer barn animals? Guests will be asking for "moo" of this delicious cow cake when you bring it in from the pasture.

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Batter Up! 10 of 10
What little slugger wouldn't love his birthday cake to be shaped like a baseball? You'll hit a homerun with this simple cake.

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