The Weeping Angels are one of the more terrifying creatures in the Doctor Who universe, but everyone knows their secret at this point. Unfortunately, they’ve adapted and started hiding in cake. How can you possibly resist taking your eyes off the angel to take a bite?

Indeed, The Kitchen Overlord baked a cake with the silhouette of a Weeping Angle hidden inside.

It’s just one of the recipes you can find in her cookbook, Dining With the Doctor: Regenerated. It’s currently up for funding on kickstarter where a pledge of $29 will get you all the Whovian recipes you can handle.

(via Neatorama)


Need a good landspeeder to navigate the treacherous deserts of Tatooine? Well, the X-34 is a solid choice, but I wouldn’t go with the version pictured above–mostly because it’s actually a cake.

Made by Les Gâteaux de Gilles, this particular cake features a stunning amount of detail.

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We’ve seen plenty of Millennium Falcon cakes in our day, but baker Ann Reardon has created an easy-to-follow tutorial that highlights exactly how you can make your own version at home. To start, you’ll need a Millennium Falcon mold (available in regular and deluxe sizes)

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It’s good form to send a resignation letter when you quit a job, but a resignation cake is probably the best way break the news. KOLD-TV newscast director Mark Herman did just that and, not surprisingly, it wen’t over well.

Herman put it best when he said “you can’t be sad at a cake”.

(NY Daily News via Eater)


It’s always nice when we get tips on awesome new creations from Cakes Cove, and this one is extra special because it’s Star Wars-themed for a geeky May the 4th wedding.

I particularly like the Rebel and Empire logos in the flowers. Little touches like that always make me smile –– but then, I’m an unabashed fan of her work.

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Love cheesecake? Well, Oh, Bite It will do you one better with red velvet, Oreos and cheesecake rolled into one. Honestly, does it get any better than that?

If you’d like to learn how to make this cheesecake, head on over to Oh, Bite It!

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Redditor ChristineHMcConnell took Earth Day to dark places by sharing the “Extinction Cake” she made a few months back. It accurately depicts the impact of the Chicxulub asteroid 66 million years ago—the event that many believe is responsible for wiping out most of the dinosaurs.

Not only are the contents geologically accurate, the inside is also properly layered. Check out more pics after the break…

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This hunky hero is the magnificent confection of master cake maker Ant Roman of Nerdache Cakes. Her Star-Lord cake inspired by Guardians of the Galaxy has an amazing amount of detail.

We’ve featured Nerdache Cakes many times in the past, which is why we’re excited about her Kickstarter project. The goal is to open a “Nerdache Cakes Bakery + Café” where patrons can enjoy “level-up inducing treats that are decadent, fun, and a nod to your favorite icons in pop culture nerd-ery”.

There are plenty of fantastic incentives for backers, including Nerdache Box subscriptions (think of it like Loot Crate but with noms).

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Bree Miller of Bree’s Cakes decided to celebrate Easter by creating a confectionary Frankenstein consisting of three layers cornbread cake pasted together with mac and cheese and candied yams, iced with mashed potatoes, drizzled with gravy and topped with fried chicken.

Apparently this isn’t the first time Bree has dabbled in experimental comfort food cakes. She has also fashioned a double layer cornbread cake with black bean filling and mashed potato frosting with guacamole, caramelized onions, avocado slices and lime, as well as a collard green and cornbread cake topped with spicy chicken wings.

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You may never slay a real dragon, but you’ll have no problem decimating the dragons produced by this cake pan. The design features a dragon wrapped around three eggs and measures 10.5″ in diameter and 4″ tall. It’ll hold about 8 cups of batter, so you’ll need two boxes of standard cake mix and will have a bit left over. It’s dishwasher and oven safe.

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