YouTuber “How to Cook That” has demonstrated the creation of a Rainbow tie dye cake with a surprise heart inside – a masterpiece of multicolored cake mixes and fondant that will thrill little girls, hippies, and unicorns alike.

Check out the video recipe after the jump.

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A chocolate dinosaur lollipop is a great idea, but a giant chocolate dinosaur lollipop is a brilliant idea. It was designed by Insructables user Malikivan who originally made it for his girlfriend because she “likes chocolate and dinosaurs”.

Makes sense to us.

He started off the project by making sketches before importing them into Z-brush for final detailing. The dinosaur was milled from a piece of foam using a CNC-milling machine and then turned into a mold using a thermo vacuum machine and a 1 mm thick sheet of plastic. The mold was filled with 1.8 kg of chocolate and the stick is actually a piece of 20 mm PVC pipe.

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Avengers Assemble My Cocktail!


A group called Secret of Booze has a series of YouTube videos that celebrate spirits and nerdiness in perfect harmony. Their latest show is dedicated to drinks based on the Avengers including Thor, Iron Man, Hulk, and of course Captain America. Each episode features your host actually walking you through the mixing for each drink with ingredients posted below the video for reference.

These are going to be perfect for your Age of Ultron themed party! Check out all the videos after the break.

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Donuts just taste more delicious when they are decorated as adorable Disney characters. Food blogger Fork To Belly baked the dozen to look like Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Daisy. The confections have a 1950s charm about them with their nostalgic costume colors. But most importantly, they are donuts you can totally make at home.

Find out more after the jump. Because… Disney donuts.

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Have you ever wondered how about the ingredients and history of your favorite alcoholic beverage? This infographic breaks it down. Some require a minimal number of ingredients, but other like absinthe have surprisingly long lists.

See the full infographic after the break.

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How do you improve upon a classic Twix bar? By making it friggin’ huge of course! Elise, the star of the the My Cupcake Addiction YouTube channel, came up with a recipe for a giant Twix bar that’s pretty simple to whip up. In fact, you don’t even need to use a oven.

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Hard boiled eggs usually have the white on the outside with a yolk at their centers, but this video shows you how to reverse that so the yolk is on the outside. It looks freaky and would be an awesome trick for Easter. The video is in Japanese but it shows you what you need to know. The trick is to wrap the egg in a sock and spin it quickly to make the yolk flow to the outside of the shell before you put it in to boil.

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Tusken Raiders might be fierce creatures, but these cookie versions are nothing to fear unless you’re on a diet. They were made by Kathleen of Yummy Crumble and are vanilla Madeleine cookies with a peanut butter frosting.

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Bob’s Burgers creator Loren Bouchard is teaming up with blogger Cole Bowden to release a pun-filled Bob’s Burgers cookbook. Bowden’s site, The Bob’s Burgers Experiment, has recreated many of the crazy burgers from the chalkboard in the show so the team-up is a great fit.

See Also: Making All The Burgers Of The Day From “Bob’s Burgers”

Bouchard will be illustrating with the recipes coming from Bowden who, oddly, comes from a family of vegetarians so he rarely even eats burgers.

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Well, here’s a fine way to get a month’s caloric allotment in one meal. It’s a traditional Hungarian noodle dish called túrós csusza that (in this version at least) features noodles, bacon fat and sugar along with sour cream and cottage cheese. Food blogger Anna Péter shows you how it’s made and it looks absolutely delicious.

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