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Video Console Cakes Offer a Little Something Old, a Little Something New…

by Paul Strauss

While these lumpy cakes certainly aren’t the most precise video game inspired baked goods I’ve featured here on Technabob, this is definitely the first time I’ve seen so many console cakes congregated in the same place.

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There are cakey versions of the Gamecube, an NES, an Atari 2600, a TurboGrafx-16, a Sega Genesis and a Nintendo Wii all gathered around for a game of Duck Hunt on an edible TV. More pics of these delectible consoles can be found over on BFedRec’s Flickr cakes album.




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Comments (6):

  1. Callisto says:

    These are cute, but I like the way the Gamecube turned out the most. It would be cool if they made controllers too. With licorice as the cords and gumdrops as the buttons.

    Excuse me, I’ve got to get to the grocery store…

  2. Retro says:

    Ha I have never seen anything like this before. I would pay for a Dreamcast cake. Yum.

  3. bizzybody says:

    Vexxarr would love these cakes.

  4. BFedRec says:

    Wow, I just came across this mention of them. I’ve got pics up for a funky R2-D2 cake I did a month ago for my other son’s birthday. Thanks for the mention. I was really running out of time before the party when I got down to the 2600 and the Duck Hunt picture… wasn’t happy with the way those two turned out, everything else was pretty decent (especially considering I was working with a new type if icing). Next year we’re trying for a Monty Python theme and debating the trojan bunny, or maybe a dismembered black knight.

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