Fidget Spinner Birthday Cake (Tutorial)

Oh how time flies…..  Our second son turned 10 years old a few weeks ago. Since we are in our new home and have the room we decided to have his party there.  He requested a pool party and a Nerf gun war with his friends. 

 

I try to make homemade birthday cakes for my kids because the cakes I make are special and made with love tailored to that particular child.  Since my son is into fidget spinners I decided to make him a fidget spinner cake. No the cake did not spin, nothing actually spun. So how was it a fidget spinner cake? I reused the actual fidget spinner packaging that my kids fidget spinners came in! 

Materials / Ingredients

Plastic container that the fidget spinner was in the packaging.

White chocolate or almond bark

Cake mix

Cake icing 

Gel decorative coloring

 

First I cleaned out the plastic container that the fidget spinners were in.  Then I broke up the almond bark and melted it by placing it in the microwave and melting for 30 seconds, mixing and then melting another 30 seconds.  I poured the almond bark in the clean fidget spinner molds. 

Next I placed all the filled molds on a baking sheet and chilled in the freezer for about an hour.  While the fidget spinner’s were chilling I made two cakes per the box directions, allowed them to cool and frosted them. Once the fidget spinners were chilled I put a little fine detail on them using decorating gel (to make it look like the bearings) and added them to the top of the cakes.  I made enough fidget spinners so that each child would receive a slice of cake and a fidget spinner

Needless to say my son and his friends thought this was cool even if it didn’t spin!  What fidget spinner related goodies have you made for your kids? 

 

Check out how to make a Minecraft Creeper cake I made for my son’s 9th birthday! 

  
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Comments

  1. That is such a cute cake! Fidget spinners are all the rage these days, so I think any kid would love this cake.

  2. robin rue says:

    That cake came out great. What a fun and unique idea for a cake.

  3. OK my kiddo would love that! His birthday is coming up in less than a month and I have been trying to think of ideas for a birthday cake. I am totally trying this.

  4. This is amazing. I am so making this for my sons birthday!

  5. That’s a neat birthday cake. With the fidget spinners being so popular, this would be a great cake for any kid.

  6. That looks like a really fun cake! I haven’t made any fidget spinner-related treats or snacks, but I think they’re really timely. Reusing the fidget packaging as a mold was a clever idea!

  7. Fidget spinners are all the rage right now. What an awesome idea for a cake.

  8. Pam Wattenbarger says:

    That is adorable! Everyone wants a fidget spinner these days it seems so that is the perfect idea for a cake!

  9. I knew it was just a matter of time before someone came up with a spinner cake. Great birthday surprise. Looks easy enough to make.

  10. So cute!! What a fun idea. They actually look like fidget spinners too. 🙂 I’m not too talented at cake decorating, but I’m working on it.

  11. What a cute cake! I need to do that for my sons birthday in October.

  12. My kids are all about the fidget spinners! My boy has a birthday coming up too, gotta try this

  13. What a fab tutorial .I have sent the link to my daughter. I know that she will be making this soon.

  14. Cute cake…your son must love fidget spinners. Love that he wanted a nerf gun fight party…awesome.

  15. How clever! It’s so nice that you combined your son’s favorite hobby into his birthday cake. I’m sure he’ll remember it for years to come.

  16. That is such a clever idea for a cake! My son recently got into spinners and I could totally make this for him!

  17. I love that you took this popular gaget and made it useful in yoru cake! It might be the most original cake out there right now!

  18. Jaime Nicole says:

    Wow – mom of the year right here! What a COOL idea – I bet all the kits went crazy for this – my girls love their fidget spinners!

  19. Victoria Heckstall says:

    Wow!! Such a cute fidget spinner cake. What a fun idea theme for a birthday cake. I’m pretty sure that your son definitely like your homemade birthday cake. I will absolutely sure this to my friends.

  20. That is so unique and amazing. My grandkids are crazy about fidget spinners and would love this cake.

  21. This is really cute. What a fun idea to make this for kids (or some adults I know). And it looks pretty easy. I am sure my kids would love this cake.

  22. Very cute cake! Love the idea, very easy to follow tutorial. My son just ordered a brand new fidget spinnet.

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