I’m sitting here shaking my head at Cakes Cove. I can’t believe that they actually made wearable Mass Effect armor out of chocolate. Even the Carnifex is edible.
I believe that this is the first time we’ve seen cosplay like this—and I love it. CC is definitely on a fashion kick lately as they’ve been steadily releasing edible shoe designs (like this Wonder Woman chocolate version with matching cake). I’ve added their latest chocolate shoe designs below. [click to continue…]
Domino’s is bringing pizza into the dessert realm with the introduction of their new “Lotta-Chocca Pizza.” The simple offering consists of milk chocolate melted over a 6″ dough base. [click to continue…]
If I had my way, all food would be geodeified. Fortunately, Cakes Cove has Easter eggs covered. Check out more designs below. [click to continue…]
Laura Miller of Sugar Spice Cakes has created a tutorial for an elaborate chocolate baby Groot sculpture that has earned the James Gunn seal of approval: [click to continue…]
You are about to see a step-by-step video of pastry chef Amaury Guichon creating the stunning “Nautilus” chocolate sculpture pictured above. The subject isn’t exactly appetizing, but I’ll be dammed if Guichon’s work isn’t impressive. [click to continue…]
Classic and Arkham Harley Quinn chocolate shoes by Cakes Cove. Because puddin’ shoes would have been messy and impractical.
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If you love candy and booze and are ok with a Christmas that includes overpriced impermanence, then Kreuther Handcrafted Chocolates has the gift for you. [click to continue…]
The Amazing Chocolate Workshop has used luxury Italian chocolate to craft a full-size vintage Nikon SLR camera that you can actually own… and eat.
The camera is solid chocolate and was said to require an “insane amount of time to craft, delivering massive levels of intricate detail worthy of a true design classic.” Features include “incredible plastic casing texture effect, ultra-fine aperture lines and intricate dial and winder detail.” They make it seem like it was crafted entirely by hand, but the use of a mold from an actual camera seems more likely.
The only downside, aside from the fact that it doesn’t actually take pictures, is that it looks like a real camera that was salvaged from a shipwreck. Check out additional pics below. [click to continue…]
Paul Joachim with The Chocolate Genius made this toothsome tribute to the greatest Starfleet engineer of all-time.
Sure, this edible bust of Montgomery Scott from Star Trek might look like it’s made from bronze, but it’s actually made from chocolate! Joachim made the sculpture for the Cake: The Final Frontier collaboration, which celebrates Star Trek‘s 50th anniversary. Check out additional pics below. [click to continue…]
Twitter user Lauren Rincon got a surprise recently when she discovered that her niece had eaten her Too Faced Chocolate Bar eyeshadow because it smelled like candy. Judging from the amount consumed, it also seems that the toddler didn’t seem to mind what was no doubt a terrible flavor.
Needless to say, the Twitterverse exploded with comments of concern. After calls to the manufacturer and poison control, Lauren assured everyone that the little girl is fine. The makeup, however, is another story and required “a million q-tips & napkins” to be partially salvaged. Watch the drama unfold below. [click to continue…]