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To make this adorable no-bake dessert, top frozen pound cakes with marshmallows to create the interlocking Legos. Brightly colored powdered sugar frosting tinted with paste food coloring adds realistic shine.
This cool cake is nearly identical to the All-American lunch favorite. To make it, sandwich chocolate ice cream, cheese made of fondant, and shredded coconut (dyed to look like lettuce) between two round yellow cakes. Serve it with "fries" made of sliced pound cake.
Layer a pound cake with ice cream to create a delightful summertime treat. To create the flip-flop shape, trace the bottom of a child-size flip-flop onto cardboard. Then use the cardboard stencil to cut the shape out of the cake.
Create your own winter wonderland on top of this coconut-covered cake. Frosting-topped pretzels make a miniature pine forest, while bear-shaped cookies on fruit-leather sleds make an adorable decoration.
A standard 13-x-9-x-2-inch cake transforms easily into a sports jersey. To personalize the cake, use your child's age as the number on the jersey.
Blue gelatin becomes the water of a miniature swimming pool. Tropical embellishments, such as fish-shape gummy candies and cocktail umbrellas, give the cake a summertime feel.