Hank The Caketopus


Annie Greenslade of The Sweet Life Chef has unleashed her talents on this cake which depicts Hank the Octopus resting atop a bed of algae.

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The creation was part of a collaboration of cake artists around the world to promote the new Disney/Pixar film Finding Dory and to remind people to “just keep swimming”… something we assume many a cake artist will have to do after comparing their own work to this masterpiece. Check out a close-up below. [click to continue…]

star wars disney poster mugs

Old school Disney attractions posters are all wonderful pieces of vintage art. Everyone has their favorite—mine, for instance, is the classic Haunted Mansion poster.

Well, some of these posters got a Star Wars makeover for mugs. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]


This series of “Be the Character” aprons will give you the appearance of notorious Disney villains including Maleficent, Cruella de Vil and the Evil Queen from Snow White while you cook up some summer BBQ.

With a splash of poison no doubt.

The “one size fits most” aprons are currently available for pre-order and are slated for release in August. However, if you get one, don’t be surprised if nobody wants to eat your food anymore.

Check out the rest of the villains series below. [click to continue…]

hank mug

“If anyone touches my mug I’ll do unspeakable things to the lunches in the break room fridge.”

“Which mug is yours?”

“The orange octopus. Can’t miss it.”

Hank The Octopus Mug ($14.95)


Amorette’s Patisserie at Disney Springs is offering a Mickey Dome Cake that is creatively crafted from chocolate chiffon with fondant embellishments and white chocolate ears.

The creative process is detailed in the video below, and will likely take your mindset on a journey from “that looks delicious” to “I need to get on a plane this instant”. [click to continue…]

pixar cakes

There’s some new Disney deliciousness coming from Ginza Cozy Corner for Children’s Day in Japan and it’s just as delightful as their Disney Princess cakes.

This limited edition box set of nine cakes features some of your favorite Pixar characters. Boo is adorable. I also love Sully. Actually, I love them all and they sound scrumptious.

Check out more pics and details below.

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No Disney movie marathon would be complete without these magical cocktails created by Cocktails by Cody.

Cody’s whipped up 45 Disney and fairy tale-inspired cocktails, and you can try them all thanks to his recently released e-book, which is currently available for download on Etsy. They’re all quite colorful, and I think many of them (like the Lost Boy or the Warlord) will totally knock your socks off.

Check out more examples below.

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These lovely mini-cakes have been dubbed the “Petit Gateau Princess Collection” and include:

Top row, left to right: Pocahontas (chocolate and banana cream profiterole); Belle (Mont Blanc tart); Aurora (strawberry cake)

Middle row, left to right: Mulan (white peach and cream cheese roll); Snow White (apple and cream cheese); Jasmine (mint-flavoured white chocolate roll)

Bottom row, left to right: Rapunzel (blueberry and lemon tart); Cinderella (white peach and lychee mousse); Ariel (green apple and fresh cream tart)

Made by Japanese confectionery Ginza Cozy Corner, this nine-piece set will be available starting February 15th for a limited time. Also, the first 50 customers at each Cozy Corner shop will get a limited edition memo book featuring the artwork on the box.

If anyone wants to bring me some back from Japan, that’s totally okay with me. Yum!

Check out more pics below.

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Beginning today, the Ginza Cozy Corner pastry chain will offer bite-sized cakes based on Disney character butts.

Oh, Japan!

Included in the collection are Chip as a strawberry-chocolate tart; Dale, as a banana-chocolate tart; Olaf, as a yogurt-flavored roll; Pluto, as a banana-flavored white chocolate tart; Mickey Mouse as a framboise jelly and white chocolate tart, Minnie Mouse as a white chocolate tart with framboise jam, Winnie the Pooh as a honey tart, Alien, as a mint-flavored white chocolate tart, and Tigger, as a pumpkin tart with caramel-chocolate ganache.

The offerings are available through February 14 at a cost of 2,268 yen (or about $19). However, they can only be found at Cozy Corner locations that sell fresh sweets.

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Just when you thought you couldn’t love Disney more, Erin Jang went and made some of your favorite characters edible.

While sweet-toothed friends will fall for cotton candified Marie and Airheaded Flounder, even healthy eaters can appreciate the veggified version of Arlo.

Check out more examples below.

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