I’ve heard the old expression “I’ll eat my hat” when betting on something improbable. But I’ve never heard anyone say, “I’ll eat my shoe.” But I’d definitely eat my shoe if it were actually a delicious cake.
There are some pretty creepy monsters in the world of Dungeons & Dragons, but I think the Beholder is the one that gets me the most. Between its lumpy body, big cyclops eye, pointy teeth, and eyeball tentacles, it’s definitely nightmare fuel.
Ground control to Betty Crocker, this space cake looks delicious. My God, it’s full of stars! Well, planets anyway. This colorful cake was made by an Imgur contributor going by the name “pedagiggle” for a kid’s party, and it’s a masterpiece of nerd baking.
If you want to make a cake that looks like a motherboard, you may have struggled in the past. Maybe it came out looking more like a motherboard after a fire. Well, Los Angeles baker and author Rosanna Pansino of Nerdy Nummies is here to help.
Operation was one of my favorite board games growing up – because it really wasn’t a board game at all, but an opportunity to play around with electricity and pretend to be a surgeon. So what could be better than combining this fun game than an edible version made from cake?
What kind of stuff is going on in Marge Simpson’s head? Well, laundry, making lunch for the kids, yelling at Homer, ordering tequila from room service… But what else? Now we can find out thanks to this cake.
In space, no one can hear you… Bake? So unless you have been hiding under a rock somewhere, you know that Alien: Covenant hit theaters last week. To celebrate, Los Angeles baker Rosanna Pansino of Nerdy Nummies shows us how to make alien egg cake balls.
Aren’t you a little sweet to be a stormtrooper? Check out this cake that looks just like a stormtrooper’s helmet. What I really want is a Stormtrooper helmet cake that I can wear on duty and eat while guarding the halls of the Death Star.
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is officially out in theaters and it is sweet! You know what else is sweet? This adorable Baby Groot cake. And you can make one for yourself if you want thanks to the video tutorial.
Check out these awesome cubic cakes created by French chef Cédric Grolet. This is exactly what a rich person’s Rubik’s Cube looks like when they want to eat one.
Grolet was rated the best pastry chef in 2016 by the Relais Desserts Association, so he clearly knows what he’s doing.
There’s not much better than eating a tasty cake, except when said cake is Mario-themed, and filled with edible gold coins. Forget smashing your head on it to get those coins. Smash your face against it and gobble it up.
The other day we talked a bit about those Pikachu ice trays that let you chill your drinks with a cute Pokémon. If you want a snack to go along with those cold drinks, here is your chance to get a Pikachu cake pan.
Have you ever seen a drone make a cake? No, I don’t mean the indentured servants working at your local grocery store’s bakery. I’m talking real drones making a cake. It is an awesome sight.
With all of the ingredients ready to go, these drones zoom into action, lift the cake in place, put icing on it, shoot candy on it and create a masterpiece.
If you read the list of chemical ingredients on grocery store cakes these days, you may as well be eating radioactive waste. At least this cake actually is supposed to be a radioactive waste site.
In fact, there is a very good reason that it has this theme.