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.

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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.

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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!

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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.

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If you lack the time or artistic chops to make Star Wars pancakes like these, you can still greet the dawn with BB-8 thanks to a simple new recipe from Disney.

The quick concoction only requires a large and medium pancake, orange slices, powdered sugar and blueberries. Check out more on the recipe in the video below.

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With the new Star Wars movie set to open, Disney has been busy applying branding to virtually everything in an effort to separate you from your money.

One of the most recent releases is a Star Wars line of produce that the public has received with a series of snarky social media posts ranging from a simple play on words to a suggestion that Disney “calm the f*ck down”. However, Disney will do no such thing. From a press release:

“Supporting parents by offering healthy, nutritious options for their kids is of utmost importance to The Walt Disney Company and adding family-favorite Star Wars to our licensed fruit and veggies portfolio is a natural extension of our commitment in this space,” said John T. King, vice president of licensing and consumables, Disney Consumer Products, in the release.

If the posts below are any indication, it’s pretty clear that consumers aren’t buying their “commitment to building healthier generations”. Either way, the mere fact that people are posting pictures of friggin’ oranges means Disney has won.

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Disney Princess Latte Art


We’ve featured the latte art of barista Michael Breach aka Baristart in the past, but this time he tackles a few Disney princesses. It’s a rite of passage for all artists apparently.

They’re almost too pretty to drink, but maybe if you say some of the villain lines as you sip, it’ll help you get over the guilt.

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disney circus cake

Remember that really amazing Disney Princess Superheroes cake we showed you the other day? Well, we’ve just discovered the other Gold Award-winning cake that Richards Cakes entered into the Cake International competition—and it involves a trip to the circus.

Imagine Dopey, Happy, and Doc as clowns, Esmerelda as the Bearded Lady, Stitch being fired out of a cannon, and lots more.

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star wars disneyland treats

Earlier today we posted about Bantha Blue Milk Bread being served at Disneyland. It looked…questionable. That’s not the case with Darth By Chocolate, The Pastry Menace, and the BB-8 crisped rice treat that are also part of the Season Of The Force celebration.

These look amazing.

(via agentm)