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.

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The Fried Chicken Cake Is Everything


There are very few ways to make fried chicken any better. That is unless it’s presented in cake form.

Bree Miller of Bree’s Cakes knows this, and has created the Fried Chicken Cake. The savory cake is made from cornbread and includes a mashed potato “frosting” and filling, topped with fried chicken and gravy. Want.


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The 24 Carrot Cake Is Valuable To Your Belly


As we all know, when gold has 24 carrots in it, it’s good stuff. So, it only makes sense to use carrots to create a gold cake.

Brought to us by Instructables user, Paige Russell, the 24 Carrot Cake looks like an actual gold bar. And, in case you’re wondering if this gold cake is legit, the recipe actually uses 24 baby carrots… so you know it’s good.

Oh… it’s gold “karats.” Never mind.



Taste The Rainbow With A Skittles Cake


Your plain ol’ angel and devil food cakes are fine… but they have absolutely no Skittles in them. Cookies, Cupcakes, and Cardio is here to change all of that, with the Skittles Cake.

The rainbow candies are broken down to help create the cake’s colorful innards, with a Skittles-infused buttercream icing. To help make it the most rainbowiest cake to ever rainbow, you could top yours with even more Skittles. Good luck at the dentist.




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Cake-Flavored Wine Exists


Remember when wine just tasted like grapes? Well, in the age of flavored alcohol that probably shouldn’t exist, there’s now wine that tastes like cake. Yes, you read that correctly.

Birthday Cake Vineyards are the people responsible for this, offering a series of dessert-flavored wines — including Strawberry Shortcake, Black Forest, Cheesecake, Coffee Cake and Cake Batter.

Either way, the wines will be a great time-saver — if you had plans to indulge your sweet-tooth and getting your drunk on separately. Check them out here.






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