Got a little one who’s a fan of Green Eggs and Ham? Hosting a themed party for him or having his friends over? This recipe is a must try! It is simple, easy and so much fun.
Dr Seuss inspired recipes and activities can always be an excellent way to keep toddlers engaged and can encourage them to read and learn more. Ready to get started? Here’s everything you need.
Ingredients For Your Green Eggs And Ham Cupcakes
This recipe is similar to another Dr Seuss inspired recipe I recently put up- the Cat in the Hat cupcakes (or Truffula cupcakes or Oh the Places You’ll Go cupcakes), and if you’re planning a Dr Seuss themed birthday party for your little one, I highly suggest you try both of them together.
This one’s super easy to make- and you need just a few supplies to get started.
- 1 Box White Cake Mix
- 1 Can White Frosting
- Green Ice Cream Cones
- Green Gumballs
- Egg Gummies
- Food Writer Edible Markers (Black & Green)
- Green Food Coloring
If you’re not sure if packaged cake mixes are the right thing for you, you can also whip up a quick basic cake batter on your own and proceed with the rest of the instructions accordingly.
Directions For the Green Eggs and Ham Food Idea
Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
Make cake mix according to package directions. Fill each ice cream cone 3/4 way up. Place on cookie sheet and carefully place in oven for 23-25 minutes. Remove from oven and set aside to cool.
Take the green edible marker and color in the yolk on the egg.
Take the black marker and make circle lines on the green gumball to make it look like a “ham”.
Color frosting by adding 2-3 drops of food coloring. Place frosting in a piping bag or baggie and snip corner.
Frost each cupcake cone with green frosting. Place on one green egg and one green ham.
Ready to serve and enjoy for your Dr. Seuss party!
Remember that 1 box of cake mix makes 20-22 ice cream cone cupcakes, so plan your recipe accordingly.
More Dr Seuss Activities
Done with this super easy Dr Seuss themed cake recipe? Why not team them up with some fun activities and craft ideas too?
You don’t even have to go looking, because I’ve got them for you right here.
Use the quick links below to discover some of the most popular yet easy Dr Seuss activities for kids.
- Dr Seuss Slime Recipe
- Lorax Paper Plate Craft For Kids
- 31 Dr Seuss Day Activities For Kids
- Dr Seuss Toilet Tube Lorax Craft
- Dr Seuss Cat in the Hat Activities
Whether it is Dr Seuss Day you’re planning to celebrate and get your little one to know about, or are just trying to make the most of his amazing books for kids there are out there, you just can’t go wrong with these activities.
And to make things easier, I’ve also added quick links to some of the craft supplies you might need to stock up on to get your kid to try these activities.
And if you loved all of these, don’t forget to share them with other moms you know, and spread the love!
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About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts, preschool music and reading with kids. Don’t forget to follow our fun crafts and creative ideas over on Facebook.