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From the moment I first saw Big Hero 6’s Baymax, I knew he was made to be turned into adorable edibles. The latest dessert to feature the inflatable robot is from Nerdache Cakes: Baymax cake pops! I want to hug them before eating them. Ant goes through the step-by-step for making the treats, and it doesn’t seem too difficult. Well, at least the version without armor doesn’t.

Watch the how-to after the break.

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Pizza made with Rice Krispie Treat crust? Sure, why not—there aren’t any rules when it comes to making food anymore. It was created by John Farrier for his ongoing food series over at Neatorama called, Don’t Eat That, John!

If you’d like to learn more about how this delicious dish was made, head on over to Neatorama.

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Avengers assemble! This tasty looking Avengers cake was whipped by With Love and Confection. The details, as you can see, are pretty astounding. I love Captain America’s shield and Thor’s helmet, and the bricks flying in the air–coupled with the Hulk’s massive green fist–are a nice touch.

Check out some more cake pics after the break…

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The cold weather is officially here and there’s no better way to warm up than with a nice mug of hot chocolate. If you’re tired of the same old thing, try one of these variations to make your favorite warm-up drink all new again. There’s everything from pumpkin spice to Nutella to lavender so you’re sure to find one you love.

See the full recipe chart after the break.

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Making a cake from a box isn’t that difficult, but if you don’t have the time or necessary ingredients on hand, there are other options. Cake batter in an aerosol can could be coming to shelves, but Cake in a Can is here now.

All you have to do to make The Food Ministry’s Cake in a Can is add water. The dessert bakes right in the can. You can choose between chocolate, Christmas, coffee, birthday, and wedding cake flavors. These would be great to keep on hand for special occasions and also for sugar emergencies and late night snacks.

See photos of other Cake in a Can varieties after the break.

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cupcake science

I think cupcakes are magic because I’ve been known to burn water. However, this t-shirt has revealed that there is actually a science to them.

Magic or science? Who knows? I just know that cupcakes are delicious.

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This isn’t a stylish steampunk corset—it’s a cake. Seriously, you can eat this. It was made by baker Sheila Jimenez, who’s part of the Steampunk Sugar Geeks–a collection of over 40 “sugar artists” who all really love steampunk. Color me impressed.

Check out some close-ups after the break…

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The great thing about Rosanna Pansino’s Nerdy Nummies baking videos is that she makes everything seem pretty easy to do. For example, this Borg cube cake looks kind of complicated to make, but after watching the video I think even I could accomplish it–and I’m useless the kitchen.

On a side note, Pansino wears some cool Seven of Nine cosplay during the video, and at the end of the clip, she explains how the cosplay was made.

Check out the video after the break…

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Nutella has been the go-to spread for those seeking spreadable chocolate goodness, but Reese’s has introduced a chocolate peanut butter spread that will likely give Nutella a run for its money. It joins the rest of the Hershey’s spreads lineup and will likely tempt you to turn that peanut butter and jelly sandwich into something even better. Look for it on your grocery store shelves for just $3.89 per 13-ounce jar.

(via Consumerist)