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Nerd Cakes

Rosanna Pansino of Nerdy Nummies is here to help you make a cherry-flavored Spider-Man cake that looks a lot fancier than it actually is. The video below shows you how it’s done. [click to continue…]

Once again, Cakes Cove knocked it out of the park with this cake. It’s worthy of a Wonder Woman (bonus: you’ll be able to wear this shirt proudly after the ceremony). They even made a matching Wonder Woman shoe cake that you can check out below. [click to continue…]

Yeah Brayyyyyden. I’m not jealous of your Deadpool cake from The London Baker. I’m going to Carvel…and I’m fine with it. [click to continue…]

Kylie from Letterpress Bakery is back with a Deadpool Unicorn cake she made for the Cake Con Collaboration. It’s one of several edible masterpieces that have come out of the project. [click to continue…]

Actually, I’m guessing that it is a window into Marge Simpson’s mind in some sort of weird Homer Simpson fantasy. A donut factory made of cake sounds like something he would dream about.

This amazing cake is the work of Kylie at Letterpress Bakery, who also made a spectacular Homer Stormtrooper cake last year. Check out the video below to see how she made a similar cutout cake featuring Ralph Wiggum. [click to continue…]

Did Jennifer Holst of Sugar, Cake & Chocolate sell her soul to make this spectacular Ghost Rider cake for the Cake Con Collaboration? I’m not sure, but I wouldn’t risk taking a bite. It wouldn’t be the first time Satan tempted someone with tasty desserts: [click to continue…]

Just look at what Azzurra Cuomo Cake Art has done with this Harley Quinn cake. LOOK AT IT!!! [click to continue…]

When an Assistant Astronomy Professor bakes a nerdy cake, you might get something like this. Keren Sharon put her knowledge and cake crafting skills to work creating this edible example of the James Webb Space Telescope. [click to continue…]

Zoe of Zoe’s Fancy Cakes has made a Baby Groot cake that is, in fact, quite fancy. It’s the perfect thing to celebrate the release of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, though I would say that this particular recipe is best left to those with advanced cake-making skills. I can see how easily something like this could end up resembling the poop emoji in less experienced hands. Watch the tutorial video below. [click to continue…]

Hellen Die recently came across a silicone skull mold, and decided to use it as the basis of an elaborate cake project that is so detailed it looks like something you might trip over in a mysterious, ancient tomb. [click to continue…]