suicide squad cupcakes

The Suicide Squad may be “the worst heroes ever“, but Harley Quinn and the Joker make for a damn fine cupcake couple thanks to Nerdache Cakes.

Check out another pic of the cupcakes below along with the poster that inspired them.

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zombie baking cups

Zombie cupcakes or “Braincakes” are the perfect thing to munch on while waiting endlessly for:

1. The fate of your favorite Walking Dead characters
2. Your favorite Walking Dead characters to get back together already
3. Your favorite Walking Dead characters to realize that they can cover themselves with zombie guts and escape since they’ve done it before
4. The second half of the season to begin since the first half ended on a boring note

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Today is Back To The Future Day, and I really wish I could celebrate with a batch of these cupcakes from UK-based Beanie’s Bakery.

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zombie wedding cake

I’m guessing that the wedding DJ will play a macabre version of “White Wedding” and “Tainted Love”.

This towering, eviscerated cake and matching cupcakes are just some of the Halloween-inspired confections from Cakes Cove bakery that were created in celebration of their Zombie Horde event in Toronto, Ontario slated for October 24th.

Click below to check out more delightfully disgusting treats.

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R2-D2 makes a muffin top look gooood.

This set of 4 R2-D2 Cupcake Molds is ready for your baking prowess. Just mix up some cake batter and pour it directly into our favorite little astromech’s body. Bake according to the instructions on whatever recipe you’re using. Once these come out of the oven and cool, you can decorate and serve these up right in the mold. We’ve used fondant in our photo to achieve R2’s iconic dome, but these would be a lot of fun if you let kids decorate them with frosting and candies. Freeform R2 units! Or go wild and fill them with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and sprinkles.

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zombie mouth cupcakes

Want to make a terrifyingly realistic zombie mouth cupcake? Head on over to SemadarG’s Instructables page for step-by-step instructions.

Just keep in mind that if you make zombie mouth cupcakes, it’s crucial that you also make this super realistic brain cake.

Then put them together and wait. I’m interested to find out what happens.

(via Neatorama)

Eat The Cupcake Sarlacc


The Sarlacc is known for eating things, so I find it fitting that you can eat the Sarlacc thanks to these cupcakes from Yummy Crumble. They’re perfect for your next Star Wars-themed party.

Part of me hopes someone tweaks the recipe to add a gummy Boba Fett either inside the cupcake or in various stages of escaping.

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Etsy seller ThickandThinDesigns is offering these Tentacle Cupcake Toppers in sets of 12, each set containing four different designs. The acrylic creations are shatter resistant, durable, cleanable and reusable as well as customizable – the seller providing the options of different colors and sizes as well as packs of 6 or an entire pack of one design.

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Hallmark R2D2-cupcake-holder

Hallmark and Star Wars have teamed up again to bring you something utterly adorable that you don’t really need but somehow really NEED.

Not only does this R2D2 Cupcake Holder hold cupcakes, it sings you happy birthday.

You gotta see the video. Check it out after the break.

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I have Chicago’s The Meatloaf Bakery to thank for my newfound craving for a Loaf-A-Roma, which is described thusly:

Gooey fresh mozzarella cheese, sun dried tomatoes, fresh basil, and a splash of red wine make this beef and Italian sausage meatloaf a favorite. Topped with a swirl of angel hair pasta and served with our own marinara sauce. Featured on Cooking Channel’s Food(ography).

But that’t not all. They also have an entire selection of meaty cupcakes that come in bite-sized, cupcake-sized and pie/loaf/cake/tart-sized versions. You can even get meatloaf shipped in the mail if you live anywhere in the continental U.S.

(via Foodbeast)