Roll a critical hit for diabetes while you kill monsters with these edible candy tabletop gaming dice sets from Etsy shop SugarAndDiceCrafts. Each set includes one each of these seven dice: a d4, d6, d8, d10, d12, d20 and a d100 percentage die.
Taste the Mushroom Kingdom in every bite of these neat Mario mushroom blondies from Food Network. Sadly, these mushrooms won’t make you grow super big or give you the power to shoot fireballs, but they will be delicious.
Thanksgiving is a great time to catch up with family and friends, but cooking all day long sucks if people are coming to your house. The folks at Vat19 have a way to make that cooking a little more fun, even though you might gross out some of your guests.
Some things aren’t quite what they seem.
Take the Sugar House, for instance. It looks like a snow globe, although a relatively simple one as it only features a lonely, white house in the middle of the globe.
If you’re a regular follower of Technabob, you know I’m a big fan of 3D printing tech. As prices come down, and speed and accuracy come up, 3D printers will become ubiquitous. While most 3D printing is done by melting plastic, did you know that you sugar can be used to make 3D prints too?
A whole host of food has been treated with the caffeinated effect, from popcorn and bacon to candy and gum. The newest one is baking sugar, which allows you to literally jack up the foodstuff that leaves your oven.
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.
…but not the coke that Scarface likes; this cellphone runs on Coca-Cola. Actually it doesn’t just do Coke, it also gets pumped up on other sugary fluids.
Designed by Daizi Zheng, the cellphone’s fuel cells generate electricity from sugar, which isn’t exactly groundbreaking tech, but it’s not widely used either.
Super Mario fans – looking for a sugar fix? These delicious sweet and sour candies are the perfect treat for anyone who spends at least a few hours a week bouncing around the Mushroom Kingdom.
There are 5 different candy designs, including green apple sour 1-up mushrooms, blue raspberry mini mushrooms, cherry red cherry power-up mushrooms, sugary yellow star candies, and strawberry-flavored coin candies.
The Gears of War geeks over at Gearspedia describe Imulsion as “a phosphorescent, highly volatile, low-viscosity fluid originally discovered by an oil exploration drill on the planet Sera.” They go on to say “direct exposure to Imulsion for any length of time will cause Locust subjects to transform into Lambent forms, making them, amongst other things, highly explosive when killed.
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.
This quirky little invention from Japan will turn most hard candies (i.e. Life Savers or Jolly Ranchers) into custom flavored (and colored) cotton candy.
No more boring pink cotton candy here. Nope, in minutes, you’ll be cranking out blue raspberry, root beer, and grape cotton candy creations with this gadget.