Winnie the Pooh

Winnie The Pooh – 60+ cake and cookies that feature Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore, Rabbit, and the other characters from the Hundred Acre Wood. These are made by excellent bakers from around the world.

This group includes Pooh by himself and with others. To see treats that feature a different character check these out.

Check out Piglet cakes and cookies to see him as the star.

Also, you may also enjoy the Tigger cakes and cookies for him.

Lastly, check out these Eeyore cakes and cookies.

Here are just a few of my favorites.

There is a terrific cake with Pooh balancing on top of 3 stacked Hunny Pots.

Secondly, there is a nice cookies with the characters and a video on how to do it.

Thirdly, there’s some cookies where fondant is used to give each figure a kind of 3-D effect.

In contrast to sweet cakes, there are even rice balls of Pooh, Tigger,  Piglet, and Eeyore.

 

Winnie the Pooh Bee Hive Cookies

Winnie the Pooh Bee Hive Cookies

Winnie the Pooh Bee Hive Cookies

These Winnie the Pooh bee hive cookies feature Pooh’s face, bee hives, hand-painted Pooh cookies with drawings of him blowing bubbles and eating Hunny.

These wonderful cookies were made by IAmCookieLand. The first cookie has a cute hand-drawing of Pooh blowing a huge bubble. The brown ground beneath him is colored in. In addition, a royal icing white daisy is beside him.  The second cookie has the face of Pooh. His mouth is drawn on.  His eyes and nose are black royal icing. Also, the third cookie is a bee hive with a fondant honey comb on the front.

Next the fourth cookie has a hand-drawing of him standing on his head.  The fifth cookie has a hand-painting of  him eating hunny from a gray honey too.  The honey is made from yellowish gold royal icing. Also the sixth cookie has the birthday name and a large white daisy and a piece of honeycomb on the front. Finally the seventh cookie has Pooh and Piglet.  I like the way each Winnie the Pooh is shaded to give him more definition. 

For more Winnie the Pooh:

Red white and black Pooh cookies

Pooh Tigger Piglet heart shaped Baby Shower cookies

Classic Pooh Baby Shower Cookies

Romantic Winnie the Pooh Cookies

Winnie The Pooh Christmas Fruit Platter

This Winnie the Pooh Christmas Fruit Platter has Pooh wearing a Santa hat and holding a giant candy cane.

Winnie the Pooh Christmas Fruit Platter

This wonderful Winnie the Pooh Christmas Fruit Platter was made by Sarah Lescrauwaet-Beach. It shows Winnie the Pooh wearing a Santa hat and holding a giant candy cane. Pooh’s Santa hat looked to be made of watermelon and apple. It has holly on the front and little slits for his ears. Pooh is smiling and has a cute blueberry button nose. The giant candy cane appears to be created from apple and pomegranate. The background is blueberries. The creativity and detail on Sarah’s fruit platters are simply amazing.

Looking for more amazing fruit creations?

Sarah also made this adorable Winnie the Pooh Halloween Fruit Platter. It features Pooh wearing a wizard’s hat and riding a broom in the night sky.

The detail and texture on these Turning Red Chocolate Covered Strawberries is amazing.

This Ursula Berry Pie is too beautiful to eat.

Winnie The Pooh Partying With The Lion King

Winnie the Pooh Partying With The Lion King

Winnie the Pooh Partying With The Lion King

These wonderful cookies feature Winnie the Pooh Partying With The Lion King. They were made by Joliette Marie. They feature Winnie the Pooh, Simba, Piglet, Nala, Tigger, Pumbaa, Owl and Timon. I really like cookies that mix characters that have never met in animation and these are absolutely delightful.

 

Winnie the Pooh Meets the Lion King

One thing that I really like about these wonderful cookies is that Joliette uses different designs for the characters. For Simba and friends, Joliette uses a style that looks like the animated versions of the characters from the Lion King movies. But for Winnie the Pooh and friends, Joliette mixes the Disney versions of the characters with the classic versions by E. H. Shepard. (A quick aside: A few years ago, a local museum had a bunch of E. H. Shepard’s drawings on display. If you ever get a chance to see them, I highly recommend it.). By mixing character designs, each character stands out more than if Joliette had only used one style for all of the characters.

I have featured so many cakes and cookies that mix characters together. Here are a few of my favorites:

These wonderful cookies have the Jetsons meeting the Flintstones.

This 4th birthday cake has Baby Yoda meeting E.T.

These 1st birthday cookies feature Moana meeting Lilo & Stitch.

Romantic Winnie the Pooh Cookies

Romantic Pooh Cookies

Romantic Pooh Cookies

 

I made these Romantic Pooh cookies for mu husband’s birthday.  They feature Winnie the Pooh and the words of the Pooh quote, You are Braver then you believe, Smarter than you think, Stronger than you seem, and Loved more than you know.   Even though the last part is not on the original quote, it appears on several greeting cards and I really like it added.  In addition I included Pooh with hearts on other cookies.  Moreover, each cookie has a hand-painted picture of Pooh in addition to the words. 

The cookie in the middle shows  Pooh holding a pot of Hunny with bees flying around. He is enjoying his favorite food. Next the top cookie has the words ‘You are’ with a picture of Pooh holding a Hunny pot and a bee is on his nose. Thirdly, Pooh is holding on tightly to a red balloon and the cookie has the words, Braver than you believe. Fourthly, Pooh is peeking over a log and the cookie has the words, Smarter than you think. Fifthly, Pooh and Piglet are walking together hand in hand and the cookie has the words Stronger than you seem. Sixthly, Pooh is hugging a red heart pillow and the cookie has the words Loved more than you know. Seventhly, Pooh is holding small red hearts in his hands.

How I made that Romantic Pooh Cookies

First, I designed the cookies so that each cookie had part of the quote. Also all of the cookies fit together to give the entire quote. A hexagon shaped cookie made this work nicely. In addition I wanted to keep the color scheme simple so I used mostly white, red, black, and Pooh gold.  

I baked the cookies, then covered each cookie with white royal icing.  Next I used a Cricut to cut out stencils for each of the words and used red and black royal icing to put the words onto the cookies.  I like the way this made the words look printed onto the cookie.   Next I drew Pooh onto the cookie. I used the  Camera Lucida app to project the desired image in order to draw an outline of Pooh. After that I colored in all each image. 

Winnie the Pooh Cookies

Here’s a picture of the cookies bagged for the birthday party. I used clear cellophane bags.

For more Winnie the Pooh:

Red white and black Pooh cookies

Pooh Tigger Piglet heart shaped Baby Shower cookies

Classic Pooh Baby Shower Cookies