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Cakes Just Like Your Motherboard Used to Make

by Karen M.

We have seen a lot of geeky treats, but these motherboard cakes can’t be beat! Who would think to combine butter, eggs, flour, and sugar into something resembling a motherboard? It turns out there are multiple people who have done just that, with varying results.

You can bust out the full court press with green icing, Rolos, After Five mints, and so forth, or go for a more subdued, monochrome chocolatey mobo. In either case, one thing is certain: you’ll need wafer cookies on hand for the RAM slots.

Sure, they’re a little cartoony, but nonetheless I’d say that geekdom is getting to be so very delicious these days!

[via Geekcake]




Comments (1):

  1. becomingtheMrs.com says:

    This is a great! I have a geek husband and have been looking for a unique idea for his upcoming 50th.

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