There’s a reason that everyone loves Pull Apart Cupcake Cakes. They are easy to make and look great and they always go down a treat!
There are so many designs to choose from like the popular Princess Pull Apart Cupcake Cake and of course the Owl Tree Pull-apart Cake to name a few. We’ve rounded up a number of ideas that you are going to love so scroll our page and pin your favorites.
Poppy Trolls Pull-Apart Cupcake Cake
One of the most popular that we have shared on our Facebook Page is the Trolls Cake above from Mum Turned Mom.
It’s easy to see why it has been a hit with our community and it’s super easy to put together. We love it and we know it will be a hit if you make it.
Fish Pullapart Cupcake Cake
Pull-Apart Cupcake Dachshund Cake
This pull-apart cake from Rachel’s Cakes is a perfect way to celebrate any dog lovers birthday.
While you’re here be sure that you check out our post that has lots of other dog cake inspiration here.
Owl Tree Cupcake Cake
via Recipe Rebel
This lovely owl pull-apart cupcake cake is made completely of cupcakes. By assembling them first and then layering the frosting over them, it gives the illusion of a full cake.
Although this design originally comes from a bakery, we’ve included a tutorial from the RecipeRebel blog here.
Bright Flower Pull-Apart Cupcake Cake
The Mini Pie Company sells this pull-apart cupcake cake on their Etsy page but you can easily make your own version too using cupcakes, frosting, and candy pearls.
Add a line of icing for the stem and you’ve got a lovely flower cake that can be made in a flash! Be sure to visit their shop too.
Pull-Apart Ice Cream Cupcake Cake
via My Cake School
Melissa from My Cake School shows us how to put this cupcake pull-apart cake together in a quick video tutorial that you’re going to love!
Using an ice-cream cone for the bottom makes it all easy-peasy! See the full tutorial here.
Cupcake Beehive Cake
via Better Homes and Gardens
This idea from Better Homes & Gardens uses cupcakes to make this super cute beehive. They make the bees using yellow candy melts and an edible ink marker. You can see the tutorial here.
Thomas Train Railroad Cupcake Cake
via Cecy Trejo
We absolutely love this idea from Flickr user Cecy Trejo. She used cupcakes to make the train tracks by adding a simple kit-kat bar on top.
She then put on some tiny toy trains and added a few little signs too. It wouldn’t take long to put together and is perfect for Thomas or train fans.
Monkeys In A Tree Cupcake Cake
via A Cup 4 My Cake
This great idea comes from blogger Sara who used frosted cupcakes to assemble the tree, then made the monkey cupcakes using fondant.
She also used the fondant for the bananas and flowers, then piped frosting to make the grass below. You can see the details here.
Cupcake Flower Bouquet
via Living Locurto
This very pretty cupcake flower bouquet would suit any occasion and it’s very easy to make.
Living Locurto blogger Amy had this at the first Pinterest Ambassadors party in 2015, and we simply had to share! See Amy’s post here.
Princess Dress Pull-Apart Cake
This Princess Dress Pull Apart Cake is surprisingly simple to make and looks absolutely beautiful. You can add jewelry and candy pearls or anything else that takes your fancy! See our post here.
Pull-Apart Cow Cupcake Cake
This Pull-apart cupcake cow cake is almost too cute to eat! Living Lucarto originally posted this cake on Facebook.
It would make a great cake for a farm-theme party.
Hello Kitty Pull Apart Cake
via Baked With Love By Carousel
This Hello Kitty cake from Baked With Love By Carousel would make any fan smile!
It’s so simple to make using pink and white cupcakes, along with a little fondant for the eyes, whiskers, and bow. See the tutorial here.
Ninja Turtle Pull-Apart Cake
via Coolest Birthday Cakes
If you’ve got a Ninja Turtles fan in the house, then they’re going to love having one of these cakes.
This cake was made by Coolest Birthday Cakes for a child’s party with 50 guests. You could do a smaller version too. See the details here.
Pull-Apart Bunny Cake
via Land O Lakes
We love this pull-apart bunny cake and it’s perfect for spring or Easter celebrations. This recipe is from Land O Lakes and they share the complete tutorial and recipe on their site. Get the details here.
Disney Owl Pull-Apart Cupcake Cake
This lovely pull-apart owl cake comes from a post originally on Disney’s recipe site.
It has since been deleted, but people are still making this same cake using just this photo as a guide.
Spider-Man Pull Apart Cake DIY
via Cupcake Vixen
This Spider-Man Pull Apart Cupcake Cake comes from Cupcake Vixen has since been deleted, but it’s still a great idea to use for a Spiderman-themed party. Y
You’ll need to assemble your red-frosted cupcakes, then pipe the webbed frosting over them and add some fondant or frosted eyes.
Christmas Cupcake Wreath
via Cake Central
This cupcake wreath is the perfect quick and easy way to make a fabulous dessert for a holiday get-together.
Just make green cupcakes and assemble them into a wreath shape. Add some candy decorations and a bow and you’re done. Find the details here.
Bridal Shower Dress Pull Apart Cake
via Belle Vie
This cake was made for Belle Vie blogger Alaina for her bridal shower.
It’s a lovely idea and not overly complicated to make. You can see her photos on her blog.
Cupcake Caterpillar Birthday Cake
This caterpillar cake has been making its round on Pinterest because it’s so darn cute and simple!
It would be great for a Very Hungry Caterpillar party. You can watch this video on how to assemble it.
Peacock Cupcake Cake
via Raindrops and Bellyflops
This peacock cake was made by the blogger behind Raindrops and Bellyflops and is such a great idea.
You’ll need to make a template first, as they did in dark blue, and then assemble your cupcakes on top. You can see the post here.
Train Cupcake Pull Apart Birthday Cake
Elsa Frozen Dress Cupcake Cake
via Birthday Cakes 4 Free
This lovely idea comes from a volunteer cake decorator for Birthday Cakes 4 Free who is a charity that makes free cakes for financially and socially disadvantaged seniors and kids.
It doesn’t come with a tutorial but it is easy enough to recreate. We found it on Flickr.
Sofia The First Cupcake Dress
via Jessie Karns Asbury
This cake was made by Jessie Karns Asbury for her daughter’s second birthday party. It has become so popular she has since made more for other birthday parties in her bakery.
There isn’t a tutorial to go with, but the decoration is just so lovely! You can see her posts about it on her Facebook page, Heavenly Daydreams.
Looking for more styles? We have a post filled with fabulous Princess Cupcake Cakes including the one above. Check It Out Here.
John DeereTractor Cupcake Cake
via Jessie Karns Asbury
This tractor cake is another one from the Facebook page of baker Jessie Karns Asbury.
There isn’t a specific tutorial for it, but she did describe how she makes it using 40 cupcakes using dyed green Wilton frosting. You can see her post here.
Fish Cupcake Cake Tutorial
via My Cake School
Melissa from My Cake School came up with this idea for a fish pull-apart cake. It could be a lovely rainbow fish or made in one color.
She shares the full tutorial on her blog, including how to make the head and tail using a small round cake. See the details here.
Turtle Pullapart Cupcake Cake
via Betty Crocker
This cute turtle cake from Betty Crocker requires just 24 cupcakes and some green and brown frosting. We love how simple it is and how nicely it comes out looking! Get the full tutorial here.
Horse Pull-Apart Cupcake Cake
This Horse Cupcake Cake is the next great idea that we are sharing with you and the creator behind the idea is Press the Party.
They have even created a printable template for you to follow. Get the details here.
Butterfly Cupcake Cake
via The Harnisch Family
No birthday is complete without a butterfly cupcake cake and this version from The Harnisch Family is simply beautiful. It’s easy to see why it was a hit with the birthday girl. Get the details here.