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Tag: Cake

Commodore 64 Cake Looks Retrolicious

Commodore 64 Cake Looks Retrolicious
In my everyday, I have a hard time passing up retro computers, video games or cake. So when I saw this Commodore 64 cake, I had to at least give it a mention. Yeah, yeah. I don’t remember playing PONG on my C64 either, and it’s not as sleek or modern as that MacBook Pro cake, but this retro computer cake actually looks much tastier, IMHO.

Apple Macbook Pro and iPhone Cake Looks Way Too Good to Eat

Apple Macbook Pro and iPhone Cake Looks Way Too Good to Eat
This amazingly intricate cake by New York’s BCake is an edible version of an aluminum MacBook Pro, along with a delicious iPhone among other things. The centerpiece of this geeky cakestravaganza is an aluminum MacBook Pro laptop, complete with a highly detailed keyboard, and LCD (that’s Lickable Candy Deliciousity) display with an on-screen message to its lucky recipient, Victoria – who apparently is a fan of the SuperFriends, too.
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Zerg Cake is Disgustingly Accurate [Starcraft Bakery]

Zerg Cake is Disgustingly Accurate [Starcraft Bakery]
Gearfuse spotted this mind-blowingly detailed cake, featuring a budding Zerg base from the money printing military sci-fi RTS Starcraft. Everything you can expect from a Zerg base a minute into the game is there – mineral nodes,a gas geyser, a hatchery, drones, and a couple of larvae, all on top of a crunchy creep-like (we hope) crust.

Star Trek Cakes Might Not Help You Live Long

Star Trek Cakes Might Not Help You Live Long
Neatorama recently posted a bunch of Star Trek cakes, which I assume would be the perfect food for your Star Trek marathons. They’re also unhealthy, but who cares right? All for the sake of awesome. Here’s one of them, a cute and miniature bridge scene on top of an otherwise ordinary base made by reality TV show “Ace of Cakes”: Here’s another one, a fairly large replica of the Enterprise made by European Cake Gallery.

Star Wars at-at Cake is a Lumbering, Sugary Menace

Star Wars at-at Cake is a Lumbering, Sugary Menace
We’ve all seen a lot of geek culture-inspired cakes; this is the Internet, and food porn is big, after all. But this may just be the ultimate in cake geekery–so ultimate, in fact, that it may just be the best cake ever.

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

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

Twitter Cake: Birthdays in 140 Calories or Less (Not)

Twitter Cake: Birthdays in 140 Calories or Less (Not)
Listen up, gaming cakes, you’re gonna have to be careful–there’s a new contender in town: the twake. That’s Twitter cake if you’re not trying to save on characters, and it’s the new birthday sensation. See? Twitter really is taking over the world.

Pac-Man Cupcakes 2.0

Pac-Man Cupcakes 2.0
Remember the sugary 8-bit awesomeness of Hello Naomi’s Pac-Man cupcakes? Well, she’s back, and this time she’s built an even mo’ betta version of the edible video game using 80 individual cupcakes to make a retro gamer geek’s dream wedding cake (no slicing required).

Pair of Portal Ponies Pops Up

Pair of Portal Ponies Pops Up
Just when you thought it was safe to surf the Internet again without running into custom Portal gear working to lure you back into your addiction to Valve’s hit game, the fandom rush has returned in pony form.

It’S-a Snack: Mario Bros Cupcakes

It’S-a Snack: Mario Bros Cupcakes
With the cupcake currently dominating the sugary snack scene, it’s no surprise that all the old favorites are gathering in fondant and buttercream. We’ve seen Space Invaders cupcakes, cupcakes that recreate a Pac-Man moment, and now, a set of amazing cupcakes featuring Mario and (some) friends.

Dragon Cake!!!!! *Head Esplodes*

Dragon Cake!!!!! *Head Esplodes*
In a marmalade forest (forest), between the make-believe trees, in a cottage cheese – cottage, lives not Albi but this head – esploding Cake Dragon. I meant Dragon Cake. WHAT’S UP. WHAT IS UP. Some guy named John got this as his birthday cake.

Cakes Just Like Your Motherboard Used to Make

Cakes Just Like Your Motherboard Used to Make
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.

Katamari Wedding Cake: With This Ring I Thee Roll

Katamari Wedding Cake: With This Ring I Thee Roll
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.

Rock Out Your Birthday With This Guitar Hero Cake

Rock Out Your Birthday With This Guitar Hero Cake
This fabulously rendered Guitar Hero cake is sure to rock out any birthday event. There is a detailed and often hilarious tutorial on I’m Not Charming that tells you exactly how to make it, with pictures of each step of the process.

‘Portal’ Companion Cube Cookies- Obscure but Tasty

‘Portal’ Companion Cube Cookies- Obscure but Tasty
I recently spotted these ‘weighted companion cube’ cookies from the somewhat obscure (or maybe that’s just me?) video game Portal. I’ll freely admit I’ve never even heard Portal until about 15 minutes ago when I saw a picture of this cookie, but I did some reconnaissance and learned that in the game you get a weighted companion cube as some kind of reward.

Transformers Cake Makes Me Hungry and Jealous

Transformers Cake Makes Me Hungry and Jealous
Oh to be 5 years old and have your aunt make you a Transformers birthday cake! And an awesomely rendered one at that! This is coming to you from the same lovely lass who takes time out to knit Transformers-themed washcloths for her children.
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