Creeper TARDIS cake by Curiaussiety Custom Cakes.
We all know the TARDIS is bigger on the inside. However, what if the TARDIS was really just a secret entrance to 221B Baker Street? That may be the only way to make it more magical. It leads to the infamous residence in this cake by @wholock. You’ve got the 11th Doctor on one corner and Sherlock on the other – in other words, it’s a perfect cake. I especially like that she included accessories like the fez, bow tie, and scarf.
Deciding on a wedding cake can’t be an easy task. Even if you can narrow it down to a geeky focus, how do you choose? One couple had no trouble settling on life-sized Dalek cakes. Yes, plural. The bride and groom Dalek cakes made by Dinkydoodle Designs stand at 5 feet tall. I’m stunned. It took the baker and three assistants a whole week to complete the Doctor Who themed cakes for a Whovian wedding. I hope they used a sonic screwdriver to cut the slices!
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Going all out for the sake of your fandom is incredibly fun. Tumblr user Dean’s Christmas Angel put an impressive spread together for the Doctor Who 50th. She made Jammie Dodgers, a veggie Dalek, bowtie pasta, Jelly Babies, decorated cupcakes, fishsticks and custard, and more. The display is just as cool as all the recipes, and I would have love to been a guest at this shindig.
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Just because your Doctor Who 50th anniversary party has already happened doesn’t mean you can’t make these cupcakes. There’s always the Christmas episode! They’re the work of Nerdache Cakes and will definitely taste better than fish sticks and custard.
See the TARDIS cupcake after the break…
It looks like The Doctor needed a coffee (or tea) break if these pictures from Lemonjellos Coffee in Holland, Michigan are any indication. The TARDIS was built by resident Steven DeYoung and Lemonjello’s put it on display to celebrate The Doctor’s 50th. At least, that’s their story. I’m still betting all that jumping around through time and space had The Doctor taking a break for a nice cuppa.
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TARDIS and tea. I can’t think of a better pairing. This stainless steel infuser features the TARDIS in all it’s time-traveling, tea-making glory and even has a tiny sonic screwdriver on the end of the chain. All you have to do is insert some loose leaf tea into the infuser (yes, it’s probably bigger on the inside), put it in a mug, and add hot water. A steaming cup of TARDIS tea is just the thing after you’ve been running around with the Doctor having adventures.
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If you need dessert for your Doctor Who 50th Anniversary party, here’s a fun idea. This Minecraft Doctor Who cake is dark chocolate cake with light caramel frosting and was made by Chef JB Cada and Stephanie Santos from The Regali Kitchen.
I’m currently jealous of 11 year old Aemon.
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Who can resist a tasty Jammie Dodger? Not the Doctor! The cookie filled with fruity jam is one of his most favorite snacks. Sure, you can buy them, but you can also make them with just a little effort. justJENN shows an easy way to make the popular snack and to add a Doctor Who touch with cookie stamps. Don’t forget to be like the 11th Doctor and brandish them like they’re self-destruct buttons.
Get the recipe and more details over at justJENN’s blog! After that, make sure to check out our feature on how to throw the perfect Doctor Who theme party.