Don’t be terrified of this Star Wars Rancor cake. You are the one who is going to be devouring him, and not the other way around. This detailed cake was made by Ana Remigio of Cupcakes & Dreams Portugal.
This cake is perfect for those stuck in the Delta Quadrant. It’s a wedding cake that also happens to be an edible model of the starship Voyager. It is going forward at warp speed. You can tell from the lit engine nacelles, which I would devour first so it can’t get away.
It was made by Cara Mia Cake and it is a work of edible art.
I am notoriously late to most TV shows that others find entertaining. I waited until Breaking Bad had ended before I ever started watching. The upside is that I didn’t have to wait; I binged all the seasons over a month or so.
Cakes are so much cooler now than when I was a kid. Take, for instance, this cake that doesn’t just depict our favorite video game, but actually plays out the first level.
This video is from filmmaker Aron Mani and pastry chef Jami Behrends.
The cool thing about a Magneto cake is that it will attract a knife and cut itself. The bad thing is it will also attract all the other metal in your home.
This awesome cake may not look like Michael Fassbender or Ian McKellen, but that’s okay, it does look delicious.
Don’t forget to eat your cake, Luke. But I was going to Tosche Station to pick up some power converters! Wait, did you say cake?!? I’m on it, Aunt Beru. This cool cake was made by Gilles Leblanc of Les Gateaux de Gilles in Quebec and it looks just like Luke’s X-34 Landspeeder.
This Landspeeder won’t hover as it cruises over the deserts of Tatooine, but it is a tasty treat that is perfect in every other detail.
That’s no moon! It’s a cake station! Los Angeles-based baker Rosanna Pansino of Nerdy Nummies celebrated the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens by making an awesome Death Star cake. Get your blue milk ready and prepare for a treat.
The good news is that you can make this cake yourself too.
After so many years, who would have thought that they could create a droid that would capture our hearts like R2-D2 did so many year ago? Well, they have. BB-8 is everyone’s favorite droid right now, and we should celebrate with some cake.
Peboryon specializes in both traditional wedding cakes as well as sculpted ones. So for their exhibit at Cake International Birmingham, the Cornwall-based cake shop made a life-sized Yoda cake that appears to be using its Force power on a wedding cake.
While it seems that magnets were involved in the trick, Peboryon’s proprietor Christine Jensen doesn’t want to reveal how exactly they made the cake.
I like cake as much as the next guy, and birthday cake is especially good. The thing is while I like dessert, I’d certainly rather have a good steak. This is where Japan got creative and has a new thing dubbed “meat cakes.”
The raw meat is butchered and sculpted into shapes that look somewhat like a cake.
London-based Tattooed Bakers have wowed us before with their Maleficent and zombie horse cakes, but they went all out for Back to the Future day. The dessert masters made a DeLorean time machine cake that looks more like a toy than something edible.
Tattooed Bakers made the cake for software maker Bullhorn.
This has been a big week for Star Wars fans, with the trailer for The Force Awakens having been released. You can also buy tickets now to go and see the flick, and if you plan to see it in the weeks after launch, you had better order tickets now.
An Optimus Prime cake that transforms? That is something very awesome right there. It’s like a toy and a cake in one. Now all that’s left to do is for Hasbro to package Prime Cakes and sell them in the grocery store so I can devour them.
This cake came about because Russell Munro’s son asked for a Transformers cake for his birthday.
Last time we spotted the elusive Sasquatch, he was hiding out on Etsy. Now, it seems that the creature has gone through some sort of shrinker ray and made his way into a bundt cake. Or maybe it’s a really big cake and he didn’t shrink at all.
Baker Jenn Fujikawa of justJENN Recipes created this deliciously squatchy looking bundt cake, and has been kind enough to share the technique up on Nerdist.