Mermaid Food

Whether whipping up swimmingly frosted cupcakes, a mermaid tale shaped cake, cake pops, shakes, and more sweet treats from the deep, you’ll want to dive right in!

Enter the world of fantasy and imagine what a party would look like if it were in the wonderful underwater universe where the sirens live. This book brings together fifty favorite mermaid recipes that you can now enjoy as well. Learn how to magically convert classic recipes into something worthy of a bottom-of-the-sea banquet table!

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Mermaid Food offers a great variety of cakes, cookies, and fantastic delicacies that will fill your table with marine colors. Recipes include:

  • Cupcakes in delicious turquoise tones
  • Varieties of cookies for all tastes
  • Delicious and irresistible siren shakes
  • Ideas to customize a mermaid themed party table
  • And many more sweet whims you’ll love!

Immerse yourself in the kitchen and enjoy this combination of colorful photographs and simple recipes suitable for all levels of bakers.

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Check out a sample recipe from the book

Octopus Cake Pops

These have got to be my favorite treats in this book! Their expressions make me laugh so much! I purposely haven’t specified the cake or buttercream recipe here, because you can use whatever you like! My favorite cake and buttercream for cake pops is my vanilla cake recipe, which is featured in the Narwhal Cake (page 35). Looking for a chocolate cake instead? Check out the Kraken Kake! (page 19)

Ingredients (makes 12 cake pops)

  • 350g cake crumbs
  • ½ cup buttercream
  • ½ cup fondant, any color
  • 3 cups purple candy melts
  • 12 lollipop sticks
  • 24 candy eyes


  1. Combine the cake crumbs with the buttercream and mix until everything is well combined and the cake can be molded into shapes. Roll it into 12 balls and place on a plate lined with plastic wrap.
  2. Divide the fondant into 12 pieces and shape them into flat stars. Press them onto the bottom of each cake pop. Freeze the cake pops for 30 minutes, or until firm.
  3. Reshape the cake pops into smoother circles. If they have significantly softened, return them to the fridge while you melt the candy melts.
  4. To melt the candy melts, place them in a microwave safe bowl and microwave for 30-second intervals until melted, stirring at each interval.
  5. Dip a lollipop stick into the candy melts and insert them into the top of the cake pops. Return the cake pops to the freezer until the candy melts have set.
  6. Dip the top of each candy eye into the candy melts to create eyelids. Place them on a tray and set aside.
  7. Dunk each cake pop into the candy melts and allow the excess to drip off the bottom. Immediately stick 2 candy eyes onto the octopus and return the cake pop to the plastic wrap-lined plate. Repeat with the remaining cake pops, then place in the fridge for a final set, about 30 minutes.