Simple and Stylish Sheet Cakes That You Can Actually Make!

Are you up for a challenge this summer? How about making your own sheet cake for that special someone in your life? Think homemade sheet cakes! There are a ton of recipes available, but we wanted to provide you with sheet cakes that not only look simple enough to bake, but also to decorate. These unique finds that we are bringing you today are sure to fit the description because they’re made from flavors ranging from chocolate to lemon to strawberry!

Recipe Finds for Sheet Cakes Filled with Flavor!

Simple and Stylish Sheet Cakes That You Can Make! #simplesheetcakes #homemadesheetcakes

1 – A Strawberries and Cream Sheet Cake (recipe adapted from Southern Living Magazine) – see this on A Bountiful Kitchen

2 – Yellow Sheet Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting & Berries – see the recipe from Eating Well

3 – Chocolate Birthday Sheet Cake – find the recipe by Ina Garten on the Food Network

4 – A Rich Ginger Sheet Cake with Honey-Cream Frosting – get the recipe on

5 – Red Velvet Sheet Cake – see this on the Pioneer Woman

6 – A Lemon Rum Sheet Cake – see the recipe on Divine Cuisine

7 – A Texas Sheet Cake – see this version on the Kumquat Blog

Some tips for decorating and serving the cake:

  1. Add berries, slices of lemons, limes, or oranges on the top frosting of the cake.
  2. Sprinkle candies like M&M’S®, Skittles®, mini marshmallows, or sugar stars all around the cake.
  3. To personalize the cake, buy ready-made letters from your local craft store! This is especially handy if you don’t want to use piping for making letters.
  4. Use pretty cake stands that you can easily make or buy! See our related post on DIY cake stands for more inspiration.

Whether it’s a birthday, baby shower, or long holiday weekend, a sheet cake is cost-effective, and you still have enough energy left over to enjoy your party. Happy baking!

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