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What do you do if you are a geek who happens to love Lovecraft, and you also happen to be craving some cupcakes? Well you make cupcakes, sprinkle them with souls, and the bake them up in these Cthulhu cupcake liners.
This looks like a yummy cupcake, but it isn’t, at least not exactly. I mean it is a cupcake with sprinkles and rainbows, but it’s not a cupcake for eating. It’s a cupcake for putting in the bathtub and making your skin soft and stuff.
Check out this Doctor Who cupcake that looks just like the 11th Doctor. It shows us that that Steven Moffat really missed the boat with the latest regeneration. Why couldn’t he have regenerated into a delicious cupcake?
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.
Feast your eyes on the most authentic Jawa cupcake ever. Just look at those golden eyes – and that cloak and cowl look spot on. Lock up your daughters. Lock up your wife. Lock up your back door and run for your life.
How can you not love sharks? These awesome creatures are both feared and admired as some of natures most incredible creations. But it’s eat-or-be-eaten in the world of the shark, so maybe you should bite into them before they bite into you.
I love fortune cookies. I might not always get good fortunes, but it’s always fun to know that there’s something waiting for me inside my cookie.
And now you can experience the same thing with your cupcakes – provided you don’t peek into the fortune wrappers that you’re putting the cupcakes in, that is.
Here are some more fun Doctor Who treats for your Time Lord inspired festivities. These cupcakes will make your tummy feel all timey-wimey and wibbly-wobbly. They were made by the folks at The Regali Kitchen, a Quezon City, Philippines-based bakery, also responsible for such delicacies as the Game of Thrones Whitewalker cake and the Star Trek Voyager cake.
These awesomely geeky Doctor Who cupcakes come from the fine folks at Cupcaketeer.com. They made these tasty treats for the 40th birthday of a friend. It’s friends like this that keep dentists in Porsches and yachts.
People everywhere are having to cook a delicious meal for a bunch of greedy mouths this upcoming Thanksgiving, but don’t crack under the pressure. Don’t crack, friends, because you don’t need to hold all of that weight yourselves – I have a couple of tips to give!
Dexter returned for another season last night, and I haven’t watched it on my DVR yet – so don’t tell me what happened! The show is known for its gory kill-room scenes with its anti-hero serial killer/vigilante Dexter Morgan as he does in his victims.
We’ve seen all kinds of great Star Wars cupcakes all over the internet, but how do you make some for yourself? One quick way is to use these neat Star Wars Cupcake Stencils, which make adding Star Wars characters to cupcakes super easy.
Mmmm… all geeks can appreciate a good slab of meat. While bacon is usually the first choice among us techies, and bacon plus cheese plus bacon is a close second, sausage is always appreciated at my annual Tetris/Cosplay/Steampunk/Apple fest.
This Indiana Jones cupcake looks super tasty. But why bake an Indiana Jones cupcake in the first place? Fortune and glory kid. Fortune and glory. Plus they are delicious. The Thuggee cult would kill you for this single cupcake.
We’ve seen weirder vending machines before, but this soon-to-open automatic cupcake machine in Beverly Hills, California takes the cake because, well, it sells cupcake! Owned by world famous cupcake bakery Sprinkles, it looks like an ATM from Equestria.