This life-sized R2-D2 cake is pretty impressive. And you know what? The best way to find the Death Star plans is to eat until your fork hits them. Then you take like 10 more bites until you admit that you’ve found them.
Angelina Jolie is one beautiful lady, but in cake form? Magnificent. Uh, I mean Maleficent. This hauntingly beautiful and probably delicious cake was created by Eddie Lebeau and Richard Amon of London’s Tattooed Bakers.
Redditor bacongrease00’s wife made this tome of bread and icing. It bears the cover of The Book of the Dragonborn, one of the books in Skyrim, but inside you’ll find vanilla cake and cannoli cream filling.
Japan gets all the cool stuff. Take KitKats, for instance. In Japan they have introduced all kinds of flavors in the past – like blueberry cheesecake, soybean, red chilli, wasabi and more. And Nestle is not through innovating yet.
As cool as this Star Wars centerpiece is, I have to be honest. The texture of that chocolate looks a bit off-putting. At first I thought that the Falcon was trapped in an Imperial turd trap of some kind.
So. Neal recently had a birthday. I don’t know Neal, but clearly he is a lucky guy. He had a very happy birthday thanks to this amazing cake his wife got for him. It has a delicious and deadly Death Star, but that’s not all.
Cupcakes are a dime a dozen these days. Bakers are becoming more creative with the sweet treats they’re baking, drawing inspiration from various video game, TV, and movie franchises, like Doctor Who and Harry Potter, to name a few.
If you are a fan of the Cartoon Network show Adventure Time, then you know that Finn and Jake are always adventuring in and around the Candy Kingdom. They don’t ever seem tempted to eat the kingdom however, which is weird, because it is obviously delicious.
There are a lot of people one doesn’t expect to coming out of the TARDIS. Chuck Norris, President Lincoln and Nathan Drake to name just a few. Oh and a Creeper. I never expected to see a Creeper in the TARDIS.
While we’ve certainly seen our fair share of cool video game inspired cakes over the years, this is the first time I’ve seen one that almost looks playable. By using projection mapping technology, this wedding cake has been turned into an animated version of Donkey Kong.