Dr. Seuss’ birthday is right around the corner. What better way to celebrate than to bake a batch of Dr. Seuss themed cupcakes?!
These adorable Dr. Seuss Cupcakes are sure to be the hit of your Read Across America celebration. Grab a stack of your favorite Dr. Seuss books and read to your kids while they enjoy their Dr. Seuss treats.
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Dr. Seuss Cupcakes
My children’s favorite Dr. Seuss book was always One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish so I must start with this easy One Fish Two Fish cupcake. This is a cupcake that kids can even help make in preparation for the celebration!
Cat in the Hat Cupcakes
When it comes to Dr Seuss books, the most recognized is usually The Cat in the Hat. Who doesn’t remember learning to read with that iconic book? Since it’s one of the most recognized, I have two adorable Cat in the Hat cupcake ideas for your Dr. Seuss birthday celebration.
First up, these adorable and *almost* healthy mini Cat in the Hat cupcakes which use stacked strawberry and banana slices to make up the hat. So CUTE!
Or you could choose to go absolutely decadently delicious with these Cat in the Hat Cupcakes from Crayons and Cravings which use a chocolate covered oreo and marshmallow to create the hat.
Here is an easy cupcake choice, that your kids can make themselves for your Seuss celebration, are these Put Me in the Zoo cupcakes from Easy Family Recipe Ideas. Read your kids Put Me in the Zoo while they eat these cupcakes, and they may have to pause for fits of giggles.
Next up, two absolutely adorable Seuss cupcakes from Craft Play Learn perfect for your Read Across America celebration:
Oh, the Places You’ll Go mini cupcakes which have the cutest confetti surprise in the middle.
These Truffula Tree cupcakes will have every single child grabbing for them with their colorful ‘tree’ lolipops.
Truffla trees are even better with the Lorax right? These adorable Lorax cupcakes from Mama’s on a Budget would be the perfect addition to the truffla tree cupcakes!
My kids absolutely loved Horton Hears a Who, so I can’t end a Seuss cupcake round up without including these adorable Horton cupcakes.
Even though the Grinch is usually seen as a Christmas story I also can’t leave out these festive Grinch cupcakes from The Purple Pumpkin Blog. The Grinch’s message works anytime of the year, right!?
Now, wish Dr. Seuss a happy birthday with a batch or two of these Seuss cupcakes! While celebrating Seuss, you can also make our favorite Seuss craft, a Lorax Pencil Jar with Truffula Tree Pencils.
Also don’t forget to buy or make some festive Seuss party decor for the big day!
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!