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As you can see, minifigs are hard at work getting an ambitious wedding cake ready. Unfortunately, they missed their deadline and were eaten early. Their choice of Lego as a building material backfired as well. If you thought stepping on Lego was painful… [click to continue…]
Rosanna Pansino of Nerdy Nummies is back with a Super Mario Question Block Surprise Cake recipe. Naturally, the “surprise” part is that it’s loaded with chocolate coins with wrappers that I would probably eat accidentally in a cake frenzy. See how it was done in the video below. [click to continue…]
Chef Mitchie of Mitchies Munchies created this amazing Star Trek tridimensional chess set as part of the Simi Torch Team Collaboration; a group of cake decorators and sugar artists who use isomalt to make gorgeous creations.
Oh, and they use blowtorches, which is always cool.
What is a fan of Supernatural, Doctor Who and Sherlock to do when they need a cake and can’t settle on a single fandom? Superwholock the hell out of it with The London Baker.
Indeed, mithiruka made a cat-shaped water cake using a silicone mold. The result is something that looks more like a glass figurine than an edible piece of art. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Well, these Doctor Strange cupcakes look mystically scrumptious, don’t they? Pei with Cumberclay whipped up these incredible cupcakes featuring characters from Doctor Strange including Mordo, Wong, The Ancient One, and of course, Doctor Strange himself! Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Spectacular Steven Universe cupcakes by our friend Ant at Nerdache Cakes.
That’s Nerdalicious reader Steven sent us this pic of the awesome Death And Delirium cake based on Neil Gaiman’s Sandman that Milk Glass Cakes made for his wife Emily’s birthday. Apparently, they had a silent reading party at the Side Quest bar in Lakewood, OH. (which looks like a damn fine spot to have a geeky party).
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