Made by Nathasja Tepper.
(via Cake Central)
It’s that time of year when Trader Joe’s fans camp out for weeks on end in pitched tents, forgoing food and water to wait in line to buy seasonal treats. Ok, maybe it’s not that insane but it certainly feels that way. Seasonal goodies cause people to lose all sense of reality and eat nothing but peppermint flavored things for days. Maybe that’s just me.
At the top of the seasonal treat list are Trader Joe’s Candy Cane Joe-Joes. Much like that other more well known and name trademarked sandwich cookie, these are also chocolate wafers but inside is a sweet, addictive peppermint filling.
It would only make sense to crush them up and make them into Candy Cane Joe-Joes Rice Cereal Treats, right?
Not extreme enough? Why not spread a cool, creamy layer of ice cream in-between, forming the ultimate holiday treat – behold the Candy Cane Joe-Joes Cereal Treats Ice Cream Sandwich!
Check out our recipe after the break…
The holidays are the perfect time to bake all your favorite treats and these products will let you do it with nerdy style. There are zombie cookie cutters, star trek aprons, Nintendo oven mitts and even TARDIS silicone molds!
See all the products after the break…
This one little can holds an entire Christmas dinner. It’s being sold by UK-based store Game and is being touted as the perfect solution for gamers who can’t bear to put down their controllers for a real meal. Here’s what you’ll get:
Layer one – Scrambled eggs and bacon
Layer two – Two mince pies
Layer three – Turkey and potatoes
Layer four – Gravy
Layer five – Bread sauce
Layer six – Cranberry sauce
Layer seven – Brussels sprouts or broccoli with stuffing
Layer eight – Roast carrots and parsnips
Layer nine – Christmas pudding
It’s not available yet but will cost £1.99 or about $3.25 a can once it hits store shelves. Or, you could just go hungry, which might be a better idea.
See more pictures including a disgusting cross-section after the break…
This little gingerbread AT-AT has embraced the holiday spirit complete with antlers and a shiny red nose. He’s on display at the Magnolia Hotel & Spa’s restaurant, Catalano in Victoria, Canada. They made it as a part of the Canadian National Gingerbread Showcase in a partnership with Habitat for Humanity.
The holiday baking season is just around the corner, which also means those really ugly Christmas sweaters are about to make a return appearance. Now you can make your very own versions of the dreaded sweaters as tasty cookies. This kit has a cookie cutter and all the sprinkles and candies you need to make a dozen ugly but delicious sweaters.
This 11-ounce mug portrays the adorable but fairly surly face of the famous Grumpy Cat. For the record, Grumpy Cat does not believe in Santa. She doesn’t believe in Christmas or gift-giving either. She also thinks that Scrooge and the Grinch are kinda awesome.
Product Page: ($9.99)
Bring some chocolatey terror to your family’s home this Christmas with Chocolate Zombie Santa. He makes for a great stocking stuffer, and if you give him as a gift to someone you don’t really care for, there’s a chance (read: a tiny, tiny chance) that he might bite them and turn ‘em into a fellow chocolate zombie. Yeah, it could happen.
Product Page: ($12.99)
Look who got into the Christmas spirit this year! These tiramisu cupcakes feature a chocolate Han Solo made from a silicone ice cube tray mold. Before turning him into a cupcake topper, a little red Santa’s hat was piped onto his head. Don’t you wish you had some of these waiting for you on Christmas morning?
Thanks to Heather Creegan for sharing her awesome cupcakes with That’s Nerdalicious!
A little batter and deep frying makes any occasion more festive, and this is the perfect dessert to add to your holiday menu: beer-battered, deep fried Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes!
It sounds like something right out of a county fair which means it’s most likely delicious. The batter is made with some beer, flour, sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla among other things. That’s sure to make it sweet, sugary, and tasty. And even though it looks like it will be a messy endeavor, the steps are simple to follow. Save some of the beer to wash the fried cakes down with!
Hit the link below for the recipe and how-to.