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.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Not just on earth, but also in Middle Earth, as you can see from this whimsical cake baked by Cake Central Member meemawof10.
The cake features Bilbo Baggins by his door, Thorin Oakenshield by the tree, and Gandalf the White on the roof (although he’s still supposed to be Gandalf the Grey in The Hobbit). Hit the break for another look at the cake.
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Still haven’t crossed off all of the names on your list this holiday? If any of those people happen to enjoy things like sci-fi, comics and games then you might want to check out some of our guides for a last minute nerdy gift:
You can also get a head star on next year with Holiday Decorations Every Nerd Will Love.
This 12 oz. mug is is meant for tea, but you can always ditch the lid and infuser and use it for whatever beverage keeps you warm. I’m sure most of you would agree that this should also be a sweater.
Product Page: ($20 via TDM)
If you’ve ever eaten a candy cane, you know they make the edge of your mouth feel like it’s covered with super glue. Thankfully, someone tackled that problem by forming it into a spoon for stirring beverages, which will help keep their sticky-ending powers nearby… unless of course you use this thing to stir soda.
Product Page: ($15 via TGH)