Looking for a tasty treat, retro game fans? How about a Space Invader cake. Well, you can’t have one, but you can have this pixelated alien cake who looks sort of like the long-lost cousin of a Space Invader, and I bet it’ll taste just as good as a real Invader.
Spinning Hat’s Retro Arcade Cake Mold (or Mould for you Brits) is the perfect way to serve up your baked goods.
These delicious looking Star Wars cupcakes by lclllc turned up over on Flickr and they look awesome.
The set of cakes includes the cartoony likenesses of everyone from Yoda to Boba Fett to Princess Leia to the Death Star to an Ewok and even a Tusken Raider in yummy cupcake form.
Not only do these cool cake molds let you make cakes that look like the segments on a retro LED or LCD digit, but they let you do away with that pesky “waiting for your cake to bake” requirement.
SUCK UK is offering up these doubly-ingenious cake molds, which can be popped into the microwave to crank out mini cakes in just seconds.
Do you take this woman to be your lawfully wedded wife? Will you roll a Katamari down the street with her and roll up the universe into a giant ball?
While I like to think this Katamari wedding cake is filled with tiny buildings, cruise ships, cows and wildly gesticulating little people, it’s actually just lemon cake with strawberry filling.
What could be better than the yummy, sugary goodness of cupcakes? I’ll tell you. Yummy, sugary, Space Invader cupcakes, that’s what!
Pixel baker extraordinaire Hello Naomi is at it again with her video game baked goods.
This Mario and Princess Peach wedding cake is quite possibly the finest piece of video game pastry work I’ve ever seen. And I’ve seen a quite a few.
Flickr contributor M.A.L. had this Mario Kart-inspired custom cake made for his recent wedding.
If you’re like me, you probably killed more than a few weekends back in the Fall playing Portal. As you probably know by now, the cake promised as the reward for completing all the puzzles was a big fat lie.
Not to be outdone by the edible Atari 2600 joystick, the pastry artisans from Los Angeles’ Cakes by the Pound went all out when they created this delectable Atari-inspired masterpiece.
An awesome work of baked goodness, everything you see in the picture is edible other than the board that the cake sits on.
Star Wars fans looking for something tasty to serve at their next soiree should look no further than this awesomely great R2-D2 cake.
Created by master pastry chef Mark Randazzo of Brooklyn’s Mark Joseph Cakes, this edible Artoo came complete with a domed lid and plenty of delicious blue and silver icing to satisfy any sweet tooth.
I was buzzing about over on Flickr earlier today when I came across this excellent Atari 2600 inspired pastry.
While I normally wouldn’t eat a cake with black icing on it, this one looks too good to pass up.
Damn. These Pac-Man cupcakes sure look tasty. Too bad I just ate dinner, and too bad that they’re only a picture of cupcakes instead of ones that I can actually pop in my mouth and chow down on.
I wonder if the cherries really taste like cherries?
I spotted these delicious looking Pac-Man cakes created by baker hello naomi today, perfectly iced, and arranged to look just like the game screen.
These freshly baked cupcakes from Semk may look tasty, but you’ll probably chip a tooth on ’em if you try to bite in. That’s because they’re actually speakers, not cupcakes. Bummer.
Yep, no delicious frosting, just bass and treble.