This incredible life-size Legend of Zelda cake is 20-inches tall and consists of five separate cakes, 6.6 pounds of sugar, 2.2 pounds of vanilla buttercream, and almost 3-pounds of dark chocolate.
Emerald Stewart’s cake creation is not only impressive in size, but the attention to detail is really amazing. Zelda’s Majora’s Mask pendant was created using a 3D printed mold, and the rest of her armor and jewelry was designed using fondant.
The oft-used phrase “it looks too good to eat” definitely applies here, but I’ll always have this photo – get me a fork!
Check out more views of the fabulous Zelda cake after the break.
Tracey from Little Cherry Cake Company does Disney/Pixar justice with this cake featuring Sulley, Mike and Boo from Monsters, Inc.
As you’ll see in the additional photos after the jump, the attention to detail is pretty damned impressive. It must have been a delicious shame to take a fork to it.
HellthyJunkFood is showing us all how we can live the dream and eat pizza and cake for breakfast. This appropriately named “Breakfast Pizza Cake” is made using pizza crust, Bisquick, eggs, milk and whatever toppings you find appetizing.
While the recipe is open to modification, you can get the basics with the step by step video after the jump.
When proposing to your best friend, one cake is simply not enough. That’s why Alex Patterson enlisted the help of Creative Cakes by Catherine to create an epic 3-tier cake that represented all the fandoms the couple share. The elaborate cake was presented to Patterson’s longtime boyfriend Benjamin Mize on his birthday.
Patterson told BuzzFeed:
“We’re both literary minded. We’ve also developed a shared interest in board games, so I thought about the books and games that are most important to us. September 21 is Ben’s birthday, so I decided to do a surprise birthday party for him, but I didn’t tell everyone coming it would also be a surprise engagement and party.”
The fandom-licious cake paid homage to Harry Potter, The Walking Dead, The Office, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, the game Pandemic and classic novels The Iliad, and The Odyssey.
After the break, check out more views of this fantastic proposal cake and the couples exciting engagement moments.
Artist Maria A. Aristidou is better known for her coffee portraits, but she has taken her paint brush from cup to cake with beautiful recreations of famous paintings. Aristidou decorates each cake with edible paint inspired by the works of Van Gogh, Munch, Dali, and Picasso.
Requiring 6-10 hours to complete, the cakes are baked with Cyprus-based Vienna Boutique’s famous chocolate recipe, covered in sugar paste, and then the masterpiece begins.
Check out more of her edible artwork after the break.
If the Colonel was still kicking, and if it was his birthday, I’m pretty sure he’d commission Aussie Branka Njegich to make one of these KFC cakes for the celebration. Depicted above in all its sugary glory, this KFC cake doesn’t actually feature any chicken, corn or potatoes.
“It’s all cake,” said Branka to The Daily Mail. “The only things that aren’t edible is the Pepsi can obviously and the little boxes.”
Apparently, the gravy’s made from caramel, the corn’s made from jelly beans and Starbursts and the mashed potatoes are actually made from vanilla buttercream. Gosh, I can’t decide if I want fried chicken, cake or fried chicken cake for dinner now.
Check out the Instagram post after the break…
Donkey Kong has never looked so deliciously terrifying. I mean, seriously, isn’t that sugary simian rather intense looking?
Dirk with Cakez ‘n’ Fun did a bang-up job with this Donkey Kong cake. He made it for the Game On Cake Collaboration, which is a collective of sugar artists that are striving to make edible homages to the old-school video games we know and love. This cake is a winner for me.
Check out some more pics after the break…