Disney movies feature some pretty fantastic and memorable female villains. Mother Gothel, Ursula, the Evil Queen – the list goes on and on. The talented of Ant of Nerdache Cakes recently made a whole set of cookies based on the villains, and she used a cool papercraft technique with fondant. She built them layer by layer and airbrushed the finished products. They look incredible.
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This beautiful Snow White cake was created by Dalia Portas of La Fata delle Torte who has done some incredible work on the characters. The castle is beautiful, but it’s the Wicked Queen and Snow White who steal the show with faces so perfectly painted they look like they’ve come right out of the movie.
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Infusing cocktail creations with Disney characters doesn’t make the booze any less potent, but it does make blending and tossing it back more fun. If you’ve already gone through round one of Disney-themed drinks created by Cocktails by Cody, you’re in luck because he’s posted several more animated libations. His latest round of concoctions feature flavors inspired by Frozen, The Lion King, Alice in Wonderland, and more. It’s time to make a trip to the liquor store and whip up your own brand of Disney magic!
See nine more delectable recipes after the break.
Want to eat something sweet but you’re worried about the calories? Let it go, and look at this Elsa cake! Baker Emanuela La Valle created this icy blue dessert inspired by Disney’s Frozen, and it looks pretty wonderful. Though the facial features are a little stark, the sculpting and attention to detail is still admirable. I like the way she made Elsa’s braid, and I’m especially impressed by the thin layers and fabric-like look of the dress.
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Alcohol may not be featured in Disney animated films, but that doesn’t mean booze doesn’t go with their villains and princesses. Bartender Cody of Cocktails by Cody examined several characters and crafted drinks to match. The colorful Ariel concoction pictured above has a tropical taste with three different colors representing her hair, fin, and seashells. It’s packed with three kinds of liquor and topped with Swedish fish.
Cody gave that level of attention to all the drinks, and it’s fun to look at what he came up with for characters like Ursula, Sleeping Beauty, Gaston, and more!
Check out ten more cocktail creations after the break.
Even if Ratatouille has a weird side – a rat cooking in the kitchen – I can’t deny it’s a typical heartwarming Pixar film. The setting of the movie makes it a natural fit for Disneyland Paris, and the theme park is opening “Le Monde de Rémy,” The World of Rémy, this summer. The area will have the look of a reconstructed Parisian neighborhood, and among other features, it will feature a Ratatouille -themed restaurant. Chef Paul Bocuse is spearheading the project, presumably without rodent assistance, and it should open this summer.
The bistro will be part of a bigger Ratatouille attraction, and the ride will make a stop in the Chez Gusteau restaurant where actual ratatouille will be served. Mmm, now I’m hungry.
I’m a sucker for a creative Disney-inspired cake, and this one is almost too precious. Baker Silvia Mancini Cake came up with the Beauty and the Beast design, and it not only features adult Belle and Beast in their formal attire, there are baby versions too! The little tiny Beast is so cute I can’t even deal.
It appears as though the figures were sculpted from fondant or a similar, edible clay. I’m impressed by all the details in the expressions and by touches like the stained glass decorations on the sides of the cake.
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This cake, designed by Studio Galia’s Sugar Art, is a breathtaking tribute to Disney’s latest animated feature, Frozen. It’s got a wonderful combination of sculpted characters like Olaf the snowman and Sven along with images of the rest of the characters.
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