Winnie the pooh beehive cake

Beehive Cake (Brown-Butter Banana Cake and Honey Buttercream)

Beehive Cake (Brown-Butter Banana Cake and Honey Buttercream) Recipe | ZoeBakes | Photo by Zoë François

Up until very recently my father has been a beekeeper. He had bee hives at our home in Vermont and then drove them, full of bees to Minnesota. Due to a city ordinance he was not allowed to keep bees in his Edina yard and had to set them up at a friend’s house farther out of the city. My dad would drive out on the weekends to tend to them. His love for bees was made more complicated by the fact that he is very allergic to their sting. He swells up like a balloon when stung, but this never deterred him, even though it seemed to happen with some regularity. As a result of his love for bees I have always had a fondness for them and the delicious nectar they produce. Growing up we ate the precious honey he collected on everything from homemade granola to freshly baked bread. In fact, I never knew any sweetener other than honey and maple syrup before I was about 6. Sugar, in any form, didn’t exist in our house.

This beehive cake is a tribute to both the elegance and ingenuity of honeybees, which are in terrifying danger of disappearing. Hopefully more folks like my dad will step up and continue the tradition. The shape of this cake is based on an ancient beehive called a skep, which was made of a coiled basket. My dad’s bees were kept in a box hive, but that isn’t nearly as romantic. Under the hovering marzipan bees are layers of brown-butter banana cake, walnuts and honey scented buttercream.

Beehive Cake

Banana Cake:

1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, room temperature

2 ½ cups all-purpose flour

1 ½ teaspoons baking powder

¾ teaspoon baking soda

½ teaspoon salt

1 ½ teaspoons ground cinnamon

1 cup sugar

½ cup honey

1 teaspoon vanilla

2 eggs, room temperature

1 ½ cups banana puree (about 4 bananas)

½ cup buttermilk

Honey Walnut Buttercream:

1 cup egg whites

2 cups sugar

1 ½ pounds (6 sticks) unsalted butter, room temperature

¼ cup honey

¼ teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon vanilla

1 ¼ cups walnut pieces, lightly toasted and cooled

yellow Gel Paste Food Color

Marzipan Bees:

¼ cup Marzipan

¼ cup sliced almond

black Gel Paste Food Color

To bake the cake:

Preheat oven to 350°F.

Butter and flour an 8-inch cake pan and an 8-inch metal mixing bowl. Line the cake pan with a parchment paper round. Set aside.

Butter cooking in saucepan | ZoeBakes | Photo by Zoë François

In a small saucepan cook the butter over low heat.

Browned Butter | ZoeBakes | Photo by Zoë François

until the butter is caramel colored and smells toasty.

Straining browned butter | ZoeBakes | Photo by Zoë François

Strain the butter into the bowl of a stand mixer. Using the paddle attachment, beat together the butter, sugar, honey and vanilla until it is cooled off slightly. Add the eggs one at a time, mixing well after each. Add the banana puree and mix until incorporated.

In a medium bowl whisk together the flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and cinnamon. Set aside.

Alternate adding the flour mixture and buttermilk, starting and ending with the dry ingredients.

Diving beehive cake batter | ZoeBakes | Photo by Zoë François

Divide the batter between the cake pan and the prepared bowl.

Banana beehive cake after baking | ZoeBakes | Photo by Zoë François

Bake the cakes for about 40 minutes, or until a tester comes out clean. The cake in the bowl may take a few more minutes. Remove and allow to cool completely.

Make the buttercream: Click here for detailed directions. Add the honey, salt, and vanilla.

Divide the buttercream in half and add the walnuts to one batch and the yellow food coloring to the other.

Cutting and filling the beehive cake | ZoeBakes | Photo by Zoë François

Cut and fill the cakes: Slice each of the layer in half, then fill the layers with the walnut buttercream. Click here for a video on cutting and filling a cake.

Beehive cake crumb coat | ZoeBakes | Photo by Zoë François

Using a small amount of the yellow buttercream create a crumb coat to lock in the crumbs and smooth the surface of the cake. Click here for video on creating a crumb coat.

Buttercream for the beehive cake | ZoeBakes | Photo by Zoë François

Put a nice thick layer of buttercream over the chilled crumb coat. Starting at the top of the beehive cake, use an Icing Spatula and create a spiral by slowly spinning the Revolving Cake Stand and moving the spatula downward.

Marzipan bees | ZoeBakes | Photo by Zoë François

To create the marzipan bees: Take a small piece of the marzipan and roll it between the palms of your hands until it is lozenge shaped. You can taper one end slightly to be the back of the bee. Paint the stripes on the marzipan with a clean paintbrush or toothpick and black food coloring. Allow it to dry until it is no longer tacky.

Marzipan bees | ZoeBakes | Photo by Zoë François

Once the stripes are dry, press the sliced almonds into the sides to create the bees wings.

Marzipan bees on beehive cake | ZoeBakes | Photo by Zoë François


Take a walk through Hundred Acre Wood at your baby shower and celebrate bumble bee’s pending arrival with a whimsy Winnie the Pooh cake. From beehives and honeypots to Piglet and Pooh Bear, there are so many sweet ways to capture the fun and friendliness of everyone’s favourite bear in a themed cake.

Here are 13 wonderful Winnie the Pooh cakes that could be use for a baby shower or birthday.

Friendly faces

Get the whole gang involved just like 100 Layer Cakelet did with a Winnie the Pooh cake that sees them all smiling and all sitting pretty.

Oh, honey

It’s sweet, simple and super easy! We love this beehive Winnie the Pooh themed cake from Project Nursery.

Climb that cake

Bring the outdoors in with a baby shower cake that wows the crowd. This 100 Acre Wood cake found on Cakes Decor gets our vote!

A cute classic

Not sure on baby’s gender? Go for a neutral baby shower Winnie the Pooh cake like Simple Strong.

Flower power

Create a striking centrepiece using this Winnie the Pooh cake by Alina Vaganova as inspiration. The stunning sugar flowers and vibrant icing are a winning combo.

Balls of fun

Go slightly left of field with a Winne the Pooh croquembouche! We’re drooling over this masterpiece by 40 Aprons and think your baby shower guests would be mighty impressed too!

A new adventure

Piglet, Pooh, Tigger, Kanga Eeyore and Roo are all aboard this baby and bee bake! They love a good adventure so take them on yours.

Bee kind

Pooh and friends love to be kind. Be kind to yourself with an easy Winnie the Pooh cake that’s pretty as a picture. Head over to My Padi Cakes to see more.

A sticky celebration

Noone loves honey quite like Pooh Bear. Featuring bunting, bees and a big pot of honey, this baby shower Winnie the Pooh cake by Pink Cake Box is covered in cuteness.

A sweet sensation

It wouldn’t be a Winnie the Pooh baby shower without a stack of sweets. Steal a trick from these party people and go little and large with your baby shower cakes.

A famous quote

Winnie the Pooh has so many famous quotes but this one has to top them all. Cherry Cake Company put the cherry on top with a saying so fitting for a celebration.

A modern mini

This mini little number from Hostess with the Mostess is ideal for mums-to-be wanting a Winnie the Pooh dessert table. Take your sweet treats down a size for ultimate cuteness!

Watch how it’s done

Want to learn from a master? Here’s a brilliant video tutorial showing you how to create a wow-worthy Winnie the Pooh cake of your own at home. Enjoy!


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For my son’s birthday party, I threw him a Winnie the Pooh themed birthday party. I wanted to do a fun cake and decided on doing a honey cake! I found an awesome recipe on The Cake Blog called a Honey Butter Cake. It was so delicious, and I can’t say enough about this recipe! Instead of doing the beautiful icing that they show in the recipe, I made mine into a beehive. So, in regards to the cake, I’m going to talk about how I iced my cake since all you have to do is follow the recipe that I provided above to get the most delicious honey cake ever!

In order to do the bee hive, I doubled the recipe for the cakes and the icing. I used 8, 10 and 12 inch pans. Once the cakes were cooled and the icing made, I dirty iced each cake, making sure there was a generous amount of icing on top of the 10 and 12 inch cakes which would act as the top layer of icing after I got through the first layer of cake. Once the icing has dried a bit (I think the recipe says 20 minutes), place the layers on top of each other starting with the 12 inch on the bottom, the 10 inch in the middle and the 8 inch on top.

Once the cake was dirty iced, I used a Wilton 2a tip (you can also use a 1a tip) to make the  beehive. I started on the bottom with the icing and just circled the cake around, and around and around. If you don’t have one of those cake spinners, I highly recommend investing in one for this project. For the icing, I started at one point and closed the circle, and then started on the next layer of icing on top of the layer you just completed. By the end, you will have a bit of a seam on the back of the cake, but it was easier than trying to do a complete, connected spiral. It took a while to do, but the cake looked great when it was done!

While I waited for the icing to set so I could add the honey topping, I made little fondant bees. I used a yellow fondant and made a big ball and a little ball, and connected them to make a body and a head. I made a little stinger too for the bum. Once I made the body, I put the bee on a wooden skewer, and completed the bee. I used a black edible pen to make the bee stripes and the eyes. Finally, I added two white wings onto the body. They were really time consuming, but super cute!

Once the bees were done, I cut the skewers into different sizes and put them into the cake to make them look like they were flying around the hive.

As the finishing touch, I added the honey topping. It dripped down the cake and looked like real honey.

I have to say, I was really happy with my cake! I will definitely use this honey butter cake recipe again!


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These are the Winnie the Pooh themed cakes I made for my daughter, Carissa's, 2nd birthday.  One was a honey pot cake and the other was a beehive cake.

Winnie the Pooh Honey Pot Cake
Winnie the Pooh Beehive Cake
Winnie the Pooh Honey Pot Cake
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Winnie the Pooh Honey Pot Cake and Beehive Cake Together

The honey pot cake and the beehive cake are both baked from the same glass batter bowl, one is just turned over to give it a different shape.  They are iced with buttercream, and the 'honey' is buttercream icing as well.  The word 'HUNNY' is piped on the honey pot cake with black icing.  The Winnie the Pooh figures are just 2 Lego Winnie the Pooh toys.  (I didn't have time to make my own.)  I put a little of the yellow 'honey' icing on Winnie the Pooh's hand on the beehive cake to make it look like he was eating the honey.  I made the bees out of fondant and then painted on them with food coloring.  This was the first time I had used fondant for anything, so that was neat.


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