Top 10 Recipes For Pot Plant Cakes

If there is one thing I would love to learn it is how to live off the land. To make my own vegetables, grow edible plants, herbs and generally survive in the wilderness. But I like things like chocolate plants! Or maybe Cake plants!!! None of those exists and those are the things I like to eat! Maybe I should grow some of this lot…

 


Top 10 Recipes For Pot Plant Cakes


 

Pot plant shaped cake
Pot plant shaped cake

10 – Daisy Do!
simplycolette.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/garden-party.html

With a pineapple flower and a cupcake base, this is a great start of things to come. Sadly there is no recipe or making guide, but they look simple enough to copy anyway.

Pot plant shaped cake
Pot plant shaped cake

9 – Picture Perfect
www.geekalerts.com/blooming-flower-pot-cake/

When it comes to edible pot plants these are the best looking you will ever see. But that doesn’t mean they are the best! While there is a recipe to be found in the link.

Pot plant shaped cake
Pot plant shaped cake

8 – The Worlds tastiest sprout!
makezine.com/craft/sweet_sprouts_cupcake_topper/

With not much, more than a chocolate cupcake and marzipan leaf sprout these really are cool. No recipe or making guide in the link because you can in fact but them!!!

Pot plant shaped cake
Pot plant shaped cake

7 – The Cake Planters
www.thefoodclass.com/2011/07/little-pot-plant-cakes.html

There is no recipe or making guide in the link but I still love these! They go to show that you can make these sorts of cakes in any way shape or form, but this is a good one.

Pot plant shaped cake
Pot plant shaped cake

6 – Succulent Succulents!
i-heart-baking.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/potted-plant-chocolate-puddings.html

With a mint sprig and an Oreo dirt, these even sound tasty let alone look like it! You will see a couple of very similar things. But I think it is all down to the maker. Once again there is a full recipe and making guide in the link.

Pot plant shaped cake
Pot plant shaped cake

5 – Pudding Plants!
uhla-la.blogspot.co.uk/2011/07/flowers-dessert.html

If you like a little bit of art with your after dinner pudding then why not try these dessert flowers! With an easy follow step by step picture making guide they are easy to make and well worth a try for any garden themed party, or maybe as a surprise treat!

Pot plant shaped cake
Pot plant shaped cake

4 – Eat the dirt!
www.glutenfreeclub.com/edible-potted-plants/

Topped off with a real sprig of mint this mud pie pudding has it all going on. With a sloppy Oreo crumble soil and a wet chocolate moose base it had me drooling the moment, I saw it. Add to all that, there is a full recipe and making guide in the link.

Pot plant shaped cake
Pot plant shaped cake

3 – Cup -O- Cone
flourarrangements.org/2013/03/roses-are-red/

With an ice-cream cone pot and a cake pop rose, these are amazing and fairly simple to make. Best of all about these is that the cake pop stick acts as the stem!

Pot plant shaped cake
Pot plant shaped cake

2 – Beautiful Bento
www.familyfreshmeals.com/2012/02/bento-love-potted-plant.html

Like most Bento boxes, there is no making guide, but it does contain a small list of ingredients. The key thing with these lunch boxes is they are always open to artistic interpretation and each lunch box will be different depending on the maker.

Pot plant shaped cake
Pot plant shaped cake

1 –  The Sun Flower of power!
www.megacrafty.com/2012/09/sunflower-cupcakes-with-edible-flower.html

These tasty sunflowers look amazing and there is a fool proof making guide and recipe to be found in the link! Best of all is that they have an Oreo soil topping, NOM!

56 thoughts on “Top 10 Recipes For Pot Plant Cakes”

  1. Why would anyone want a plant pot shaped cakes? Well Other then that, terrific blog post!

  2. Love the violets flowerpot – it is so pretty and I would definitely like to try one. #8 is also cool, just as if they came out of the green house to be planted. I know I have said it several times – I am in awe of the creativity of people.

  3. These all look really delicious. How is a person supposed to eat healthy with you around tempting us all the time! LOL I would love to raise a cow to get some great meat. My sister-in-law did this a few years back and the meat was out of this world! You made me smile again! 🙂

  4. Who on earth has the time to make all of this wonderful stuff?!
    The Bento box is excellent.
    But I like ALL of the sweet stuff, too!
    Great selection, once again!!!
    Have a lovely weekend! 🙂

  5. I agree they look like too much trouble. I think they are meant to impress like if you had a special dinner party with a few guests and you wanted to impress. It’s like when people go to the trouble of serving soup at a dinner party and serve it in hollowed out bowl sized bread. Its over the top as most people don’t eat the bowl in its entirety but it is meant to impress. I’m glad I don’t have to do these kinds of things often or ever.

  6. They all look yummy. The roses are my favorite. I make dirt and sand sometimes for BBQ. I think a lot of people are familiar with it. Dirt: Dark pudding mixed with whipped cream and dark crushed cookies presented in a flower pot served with a gardening shovel OR Sand: vanilla pudding with whipped cream and crushed light color cookies in a kids sand bucket with matching shovel. I normally add some gummy candy worms to “Dirt” and sea creatures to “Sand”.

  7. I’m impressed with the fact that so many look like real pot plants! It seems like a little too much trouble to go to – but maybe I just don’t like cake that much……. Looking forward to Caturday 🙂

  8. ooohhh YES! That would be absolutely fantastic. She gave me a miniature cupcake one time. I got it all over my face. She thought it was cute until I tried to kiss her – snorts. XOXO – Bacon

  9. Before I have commented on the material of your postings. Again you have not disappointed. Were you get your ideas, and that you do this blog every day and it’s always a pleasure to read, it’s amazing. This posting has given me a great idea, make a cupcake and put it into a planter as a gift. Gives a whole new meaning to the saying, eat dirt. Ivan

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