Fans of Minecraft and Doctor Who will love this mashup cake and want one for their own birthday. This amazing-looking Dark Chocolate Cake with Light Caramel Frosting was made by Chef JB Cada and Stephanie Santos from Quezon City, Philippines bakery The Regali Kitchen.
Threadless is currently holding a contest called Threadcakes – in which bakers submit cake designs inspired by Threadless t-shirts. There are a bunch of awesome and amusing submissions, but my favorite so far has to be this cake.
This awesome zombie cake looks terrifying. Terrifyingly delicious. I would love to get a slice of that rotting flesh and bone. This undeadible masterpiece was created by the Tattooed Bakers for the opening of Miss Cakehead’s Feed the Beast cake shop.
Man, this couple really takes the whole “till death do us part” thing seriously. This great wedding cake has both the bride and the groom decapitated. Well, two heads are better than one, even on a cake.
Personally, I find baking cakes infinitely harder than cooking savories because you can’t really cheat when it comes to the former. By “cheat,” I mean correct mistakes you made along the way. For example, when you’re cooking and you find it’s too bland, then you can just add salt and pepper to taste.
These cupcakes are just plain nasty. But that’s what makes them so perfect for Halloween.
They were baked and decorated by Twisted Fondant, who aptly named them the “Mango Fly Larvae Cupcakes.” Or you could just call them the maggot cupcakes, for short.
I remember being a kid and watching Indiana Jones and the Temple Of Doom. It was a great movie for kids, but one part that always grossed me out was the chilled monkey brains that were served in the palace.
Instant ramen soup. It’s an amazing geek food, even if those flavor packets will kill you with MSG and sodium. Gamers especially love the stuff, because of it’s easy to make nature. You can make it and barely be distracted from your game.
Dungeons and Dragons fans will be disappointed that they never had a birthday cake like this one made for them. It’s a dragon laying on an ancient spell book, with it’s tail twisted around a bright blue D20 die.
One of the most popular things people post on Instagram is pictures of food. So why shouldn’t it make sense to make some food that looks like Instagram’s logo? That’s exactly what Ann Reardon of How to Cook That did when she made this awesome Instagram cake.
Nintendo remade The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker in high definition for their sinking ship the Wii U. Nerdache Cakes on the other hand remade the game’s characters in edible 3D. Her lucky customer had cel shading and ate it.
We’ve already seen an intricate cake that replicates Jupiter, but here’s a space-inspired cake that lands a little closer to home. This lunar landing cake needs to fly off of its orbit around Earth and crash land on my dinner table.