Give Santa Claus a fright this year and leave him Cthulhu cookies instead of chocolate chip ones! Made by Maika for her Cthulhumas celebrations (look at her Cthulhu wreath!), these brownie roll-out cookies from the deep look like Cthulhu. She has an octopus cookie cutter – of course – and decorated the cookies with two different blends of icing and candy eyes.
See more of the process of making the Cthulhumas cookies after the break.
If you know a nerd that loves to cook, we’ve got a whole mess of good gift ideas for you. Head after the break to see them all.
We’ve compiled a whole bunch of nerdy gift ideas for beer, whiskey, coffee and tea lovers (with a little wine thrown in). So head after the break and prepare to toast to a nerdy new year.
Fans of Starbucks’ eggnog lattes don’t have to fret any longer: after hearing from many customers who were unhappy that Starbucks dropped the holiday beverage, they’re trying to make amends. USA Today reports that Starbucks spokeswoman Linda Mills said, “We made a mistake. We are very sorry.”
They’re aiming to have eggnog lattes back in all stores by November 17. They just have to get enough eggnog from suppliers.
Whew. National crisis averted.
We just wanted to take a moment to wish you a Merry Sithmas from everyone here at That’s Nerdalicious. Once again, our own Amy Ratcliffe has come through with some nerdy holiday cards for you to enjoy.
Remember when we posted about that Christmas dinner in a can known as the Christmas Tinner?
Well, it turns out it actually exists and YouTuber Steviejacko actually made a video reviewing it. The seller also tweeted that the cans are sold out.
If you managed to get a hold of a can, let us know what you thought. For everyone else, check out the video review after the break.
A Charlie Brown Christmas is one of my favorite holiday shows to watch, and I’m sure I’m not alone. Nerdache Cakes watches the special with her family every year, and she made this festive cake for their holiday party. It’s too cute for words, and the characters look just like they do in the cartoon! From the baker:
Chuck himself is a mixture of Fondant/Modeling Chocolate and Snoopy’s dog house is chocolate-cocoa cake with vanilla cream frosting. The miserable tree is wire and fondant. All the black accents were painted on. Took about 2 days all together!
See more photos of the heart-warming cake after the break.