June 28, 2023


If you can’t get out the door in the morning without hearing ‘We’re on a roll!’, you’ve got a serious Paw Patrol fan on your hands. So brace yourself, because when a birthday comes around, a Paw Patrol cake won’t just be a wish – it’ll be a demand!

But whether you’re struggling to come up with ideas, or just not sure how to make a Paw Patrol Cake, we’ve got you. As busy mums ourselves, we know a little inspiration goes a long way when it comes to kids’ birthday cakes, so we sniffed out the coolest cake ideas for kids that love the pups of Adventure Bay.

From cake toppers to tiered works of art and character cakes, you’ll find ideas here for all levels of skill. And if you’re really low on time, some are even available to order right here in Australia if you’d rather outsource the job. (We won’t tell, promise!)

23 Paw Patrol Cake Ideas For Birthdays

Without further ado, here are 23 of the most PAW-some Paw Patrol cake ideas for celebrating Chase, Skye, Chase, Marshall, Zuma, Rocky and lovable Rubble. Paw Patrol is on a roll!

Don’t forget to check out some of our other shortlists for even more inspiration, including Wiggles CakesSpiderman Cakes and Monster Truck cake ideas!

High And Mighty


From the amazing Amarantos Cakes in Melbourne comes a kids’ cake that will have party guests gushing. With two tiers plus the famous Lookout Tower, it’s going to be unmissable on the party table – and it’s a great way to make use of those Paw Patrol toys lying around the house!

(Source: Amarantos Cakes)

 Let’s Jet

Let’s face it, for a Zuma fan, this is hard to top. What we love most about this style of cake is that it’s so interchangeable – switch the orange icing for pink for a Skye cake instead! All you’ll need is some mud cakes and fondant to bring something similar to life. Or, if you happen to be in Sydney, order it for pick-up from Stylishly Sweet Cakes!

(Source: Stylishly Sweet Cakes)

Terrific Topper


Cake toppers are a fantastic way to save yourself some time, and we’ve found some of the cutest Paw Patrol options in the country at Sugarcraft By Jeromi. This super sweet Skye cake topper set includes a 14cm face, six bones, six paws and a birthday number of your choice. Too cute.

(Source: Sugarcraft By Jeromi)

Let’s Dive In!


Ready, set – get wet! Zuma is on a roll with his hovercraft – and Paw fans will love it! With a lot of fondant work, this one is more labour-intensive than others and probably more suited to experienced bakers – but it’s worth every second.

(Source: Grimms Fairytale Cakes)

Fondant Fun


With cuteness in spades, these edible Paw Patrol cake toppers are the bee’s knees for serious fans. If you fancy taking them on yourself, you’ll need plenty of time, patience and fondant. But for a quick and easy solution, order them directly from an Etsy store here in Australia.

(Source: Sweet Cake Design (Etsy)

Sensational Skye


If you’re after a simple Paw Patrol cake idea with no fondant needed – look no further! This adorable Skye cake uses buttercream icing over stacked cakes and loads of candy decorations – including SPRINKLES! This one is also available to order and pick up in inner Melbourne.

(Source: Miss Penny Cakes)

3D Paw Patrol Cake


If Skye is life in your house, we can’t think of a more impressive Paw Patrol cake for celebrating a special birthday. Expertly made (with a lot of fondant!) by the talented Kitty Bakes in the UK, this is one of those cakes you won’t want to cut!

(Source: Kitty Bakes)

 Personalised Paw Toppers


Want to add a sweet Paw touch to a regular cake? These Paw Patrol cake toppers are the answer. Made to order from a Sydney-based Etsy store, they come in most characters and give you the opportunity to add your child’s name to the cake.

(Source: 3D Boardgame Parts)

Rubble On The Double!


Our hats go off to Sweets By Tiff for this incredible 3D Rubble cake. Right down to the little teeth and signature yellow hat, this cake captures everything there is to love about one of Adventure Bay’s most hard-working pups.

(Source: Sweets By Tiff)

Bake My Day


Yes, there’s a lot of very clever fondant modelling in this design, but for a shortcut, you could always use toys instead. A stacked buttercream cake, some fondant paw prints and you’ve got yourself an edible work of art!

(Source: Bake My Day)

Magnificent Marshall


A showstopper if there ever was one, this cake is guaranteed to put big smiles on little dials – especially Marshall fanatics. You can almost hear the lovable Dalmatian saying, “I’m fired up!”.

(Source: Renee’s Cake Studio)

Fearless Skye


From Ministry Of Cakes in outer Melbourne, this Skye cake is as pretty as a picture. Try your hand at something similar or order directly if you’re in the area. You can even choose which cake topper you want!

(Source: Ministry Of Cakes)

All Fired up!


Positively unmissable, this birthday cake is as bright as a fire engine and as fun as a day in Adventure Bay! While it’s quite a simple base for most home bakers (excluding the handmade topper, of course), it’s also available to order from Soiree Cakes in NSW.

(Source: Soiree Cakes)

Pups On A Roll


Packed with detail, here’s a gorgeous Paw Patrol cake that includes all the pups – perfect for kids who can’t choose just one favourite. Loving those paw prints!

(Source: Chucakes)

Paw Tower


This cake is a fantastic example of how to celebrate those favourite pups – just stack them up! And with three primary colours used, it’s going to be unmissable on the birthday table.

(Source: Wendi’s Cake Creations)

Adventure Bay


With a blue base and lots of green icing, this cake looks and feels just like a day in Adventure Bay. Add some cute fondant paw prints and toy figures and you’ve got a paw-tastic birthday centrepiece.

(Source: Cocoa and Crumbs)

On The Case


Chase in on the case with this clever 3D cake creation! And if it’s a blue theme you’re going for, this couldn’t be more perfect. Don’t forget a matching blue Chase cape for wearing to the party!

(Source: Dulce Paladar)



Sometimes only a drip cake will do – and this is one of the coolest we’ve seen. Completely decked out in bright Paw Patrol colours and characters, it’s something many home bakers could manage. So get the camera ready, this one’s Insta-worthy!

(Source: Cocoa and Crumbs)

The Whole Gang


Like most themed birthday cakes, the magic is in the decoration with this one – and it’s actually not too complicated to take on. Gather a set of pups from a toy store and bring the iced birthday cake to life! The fluffy clouds are an adorable finishing touch.

(Source: Shoneez Cakes)

Easy Peasy


This idea goes to show that even the most basic of cakes becomes a work of art with a little bit of icing. And if you don’t fancy yourself a master of fondant, our tip is to find a template, print it out and trace it onto your rolled icing.

(Source: Shoneez Cakes)

 Pretty In Pink


It’s only natural for fearless Skye to be positioned right at the top of this gorgeous buttercream cake. With lots of pale pink accents, it couldn’t be more perfect for Paw-loving princesses.

(Source: Dream Of Me Bakery)

A Quick Win


We know, when life gets busy, sometimes a basic mud cake and some themed toppers is the only way to go. We highly recommend heading over to Big W and grabbing the Paw Patrol Adventures Cake Topper Kit ($7). It includes 12 super-cute decorations in 6cm and 12cm sizes. Use them on a single cake or chocolate mud cupcakes – too easy!

Rockin’ Rocky

If you’d love to take on something as incredible as this Paw Patrol Rocky cake, grab a pen and some paper and immerse yourself in this video by The Robyn’s Nest. Trust us, you’ll pick up tips that will take your cake skills to a whole new level. Enjoy!

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  • These look beautiful but a bit too complicated for the average home cook.


  • Ha yeah my poor son will be lucky to get a cake topper on his woolies mudcake!


  • There are some really awesome cakes here! I wish I could do something like this for my son, but I guess I had better “Yelp for help!” from a professional cake maker when it comes time for his birthday


  • I really wish I could make such beautiful cakes. I bake simple cakes, thankfully my kids love it.


  • These cakes are adorable. I really like the “All fired up” design.


  • So cute. I wish I was talented enough to make these


  • These are awesome, but look super expensive. I wish I was creative like these cake maker/decorators.


  • It’s amazing how creative these people are designing and making these cake decorations. I struggle to even bake a cake and ice it properly with basic icing.


  • These are pieces of artwork for sure. They don’t look as edible though


  • So many cool cakes any kid would love. Happy there are some ‘simpler’ ideas there for those of us who aren’t fondant experts :D


  • They are so cute, but I dont have that kind of skill, will be outsourcing the cake making in my house when these requests come through, I just think of it as another opportunity to support small business.


  • They all look so impressive and note-worthy. Mine wouldn’t ever turn out that way, though.


  • I wish I was even a quarter as talented as these people! Very impressive skills.


  • How amazing and talented are the cake makers.


  • These cakes look amazing! I wish I had that much baking talent to make these.


  • These cakes all look amazing. Our 3 year old would love any one of these designs. I wish I were that creative


  • So creative! And I’m sure they come with a big price tag also.


  • A lot of time and effort has gone into those cakes!


  • Oh wow amazing cakes but knowing me I would struggle big time making one of these cakes


  • Amazing cake collection! I wish I had the talent to bake good looking cakes!

    • Skills develop with cake making and decorating.


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