The cake is made possible with a lot of green icing, and the small parts made up of various chocolates and candies. The cake can be found in Pansino’s new Nerdy Nummies Cookbook.
Created by “confectionary goddess,” Natalie of Sideserf Cake Studio, the cake is a completely edible and hyperrealistic version of Mike. The attention to detail is extraordinary, even with Mike post-beating. See more of Natalie’s work in our archives and at her site.
In 1931, Salvador Dalí painted what would become his most recognizable work, The Persistence of Memory. Now, the ultimate work of surrealism is a trippy cake.
Created by Instructables member, nerdyKat, The Persistence of Memory Cake is complete with melting watches, craggy landscape, and “monster” figure. Check out how it was done in the video below.
Getting a slice of cake or pie safely onto your plate is a tough job, so you’ll want the proper equipment. The CakeDozer is up for the task.
The handy little cake server will lift your slice, much like an ordinary server. However, you’ll now be equipped with a tiny bulldozer that’ll slide your dessert exactly where it needs to go. Check it out here.
When it’s time to celebrate a radioactive waste manager’s birthday, a Radioactive Waste Birthday Cake makes perfect sense.
Although, this cake makes it look like the birthday boy may be hiding something, the buried yellow marzipan looks delicious. Not sure we’d light a candle around this thing though.