Steampunk Victorian cake based on Brian Kesinger’s comic book character Molly McGuinness. Created by Rock Cakes.
These Finding Nemo cupcakes come courtesy of The Bunny Baker and feature Dory, Nemo, Bruce, Squirt, Pearl, Tad, and Sheldon. Cute characters aside, the coral and undersea plants was a clever little addition–it really gives the cupcakes a fun ocean vibe!
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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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This adorable little Ramen noodle Ramses cake was inspired by a t-shirt design and is part Threadless’ yearly Threadcakes contest. They challenged people to come up with cakes based on their shirts and this is the one baked up by Jessica Allard. It’s a great recreation of the original shirt, only far more tasty.
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Forget about attending the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry; I’d like to devour it. Baker Cherry Bay Cakery came up with this gigantic gingerbread version of the castle. It’s held together with fondant and royal icing, and she melted crushed root beer barrel candies to make the windows. The valley under the bridge is made from Rice Krispies, and she used Petal dust on the rocks and roofs to make them look more realistic. In the end, she used 50 pounds of fondant and spent 100 hours on the project. I think she would get an Outstanding on her O.W.L. exam for baking.
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This awesome Harry Potter cake (courtesy of Cake Central Member Pearly Cakes) features Harry’s glasses and scarf (of course), a quill, the famous Sorting Hat and a broom. If you look closely, you’ll see that a variety of different spells are written out on in black frosting on the cake. It’s made from sponge cake, strawberry jam, buttercream and chocolate cake.
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Harry Potter fans should recognize this delightfully grotesque treat: It’s a Monster Book of Monsters cake, courtesy of The Mad Platters. So, quick question, if I actually want to eat the cake, do I have to stroke its spine? But wont I get frosting all over my hands? Wait, that’s not a problem at all!
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