13 lucky winners will receive a copy of The Great Australian Birthday Cake Book valued at $40 each.

The Great Australian Birthday Cake Book features 80 memory-making cakes with a stunning range of creations to suit any occasion. From bears, boats and ballerinas to pigs, pirates and princesses – and even the latest in emojis – The Great Australian Birthday Cake Book has the perfect cake for everyone. The book is designed to guide you step-by-step through all the basics with plenty of practical design and decorating tips. A laminated A1 template sheet tucked into the back cover of the book will help you create any cake you desire.


Planning, baking and decorating a cake is a wonderful way to celebrate a special occasion, and I hope you will take these recipes and make them your own. It brings me great joy to think of all the wonderful memories that you will make as you create something just right for your loved ones.

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Please note this competition is open from 12th June 2017 until 30th June 2017 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

  • When I was 8 my sister made me as a surprise a beautiful doll cake! I could not believe it when I saw it she had blonde curly hair he dress was purple with intricate white flowers flowing down. To me it was the best cake ever!

  • Has to be my daughters birthday cake shaped like a hamburger and decorated like a huge whopper so realistic but very yummy

  • My Mum made me a Very Hungry Caterpillar cake when I was about 5. It was basically a long line of cupcakes in different shades of green with 1 red one at the front. With eyes and feet made of lollies, it was adorable!

  • My dad made me a Dolly Varden cake for my fifth birthday. I can still remember it, it wasn’t perfect, but it was made with love, and it was delicious!

  • I made my son a Hoot the Owl cake for his 4th birthday. It turned out pretty good! I surprised myself! lol

  • My son wanted a ‘death by chocolate’ cake for his 10th birthday. I made a chocolate mud cake with fudge centre, coated it in chocolate icing. Stuck kit kats all around it then piled maltesers and smarties on top! He loved it and so did his friends!

  • Recently my daughters turned 10 and 12. I made my soccer Sydney FC obsessed 12 year old a soccer ball. Couldn’t believe I pulled it off. Was so impressed.

  • I love making my kids birthday cakes but their food allergies make it quite challenging. My daughter is gluten, dairy and egg free so I was very proud of myself creating a fairytale castle without gluten, milk or egg! My 6 year old son was also impressed. He was just thrilled and amazed and kept commenting it looks just like a Princess castle Mum, how did you do that Mum!

  • I remember my mum use to make the number cakes and fairy tale cakes from the old womans weekly. They were the best, Easy to follow.

  • My most memorable birthday cake moment is one I’d like to forget! When I was 10 I insisted on carrying my grandfather’s 75th birthday cake to him. Needless to say, I tripped and fell into it right in front of a room full of people….I felt horrible!

  • I had just gone through a bad breakup and my birthday was approaching, so my beautiful mum made me a birthday cake with a big smiley face on it. It lifted my mood tremendously and helped me move on.

  • MY daughter made a cake for me when she was a toddler. She worked so hard on it with her Dad. Very memorable.

  • My 8th birthday cake; made by my mother was this spectacular bee cake. I still look back on the book she got it from so many wonderful ideas and creative designs. A book that would never date.

  • My most memorable birthday cake moment was my fourth birthday,my mum made me a teddy bear cake and sat me on dad’s car to take photo.

  • My mum made a a beautiful cake for my 5th birthday it was in the shape of the number 5 all covered in hundreds and thousands I loved it!

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