Melted Gummy Bear Art Looks Like Beautiful Stained Glass


Gummy bears… They help us sleep and create yummy couture. The gelatinous little guys are also good for some occasional food art.

Madrid-based Marta Alonso Yerba has taken gummy bear art to another level, melting them down and creating pieces that resemble stained glass. The beautifully-colored panels are actually made into light boxes, filtering light to form beautiful patterns.

Oh, gummy bears… Is there anything you can’t do?






[link, via Food and Wine]

Royal Baby Gaga, A Breast Milk Ice Cream To Help Celebrate The Latest Royal Baby


Kate Middleton will soon unleash a new royal baby into the world. To help celebrate this historic event, British ice cream-maker The Licktators created Royal Baby Gaga.

To reinforce the baby theme, the ice cream is actually made with breast milk, and is available in blue and pink packaging. If the use of strange breast milk isn’t appealing to you, there’s a recipe available to make your own.

Or, you can just pick up a pint of Ben & Jerry’s breast milk ice cream.*


*no you can’t

[link, via The Daily What]

Aveggies, A Sesame Street Avengers Parody Starring Fruit and Veggie-Themed Superheroes


Avengers: Age of Ultron is about to make ninety-trillion dollars at the box office… give or take. So, it only makes sense that the movie gets its proper Sesame Street parody.

Aveggies: Age of Bon Bon is a fruit and vegetable-themed superhero flick, starring plant-based protagonists. Dr. Brownie, Onion Man, Captain Americauliflower, Black Bean Widow, Mighty Corn, and Zuchin-eye team up to battle the evil Bon Bon and giant cookie spaceships.

The puns and Muppet violence is plentiful. We won’t give away the ending, but let’s just say that another giant green monster comes to the rescue. Please watch this…


Foods Arranged Neatly To Form Gradients of Color And Shape


There’s something very appealing about seeing foods arranged neatly. It gives us even more of the warms and fuzzies when the foods create patterns with color and shape.

Artist Brittany Wright is here to help, with her Instagram series #FoodGradients. The photos represent “a meticulous arrangement of similar food according to their graduating color tones.”

The result… a satisfying series for the obsessive compulsive, or anyone who appreciates a study in color and food porn. See more below and over at Wright’s Instagram series here.








The Bigfoot Bundt Cake Is Elusive


If you’d like to add a little fun to a boring bundt cake, and have a few conspiracy theorists coming over, you might consider baking The Bigfoot Bundt Cake.

The surprise cake is made possible with a simple recipe and a Bigfoot Cookie Cutter. A cake yeti is then placed within the normal cake batter, awaiting to be discovered. Whoever finds Yeti gets to not have to eat the bundt cake.

Recipe here.

Bigfoot-Bundt-Cake-Recipe[link, via Pee-wee]