The Greatest Ramen Mummy Cake That You’ll See Today


Inspired by this t-shirt by Threadless, the ‘Ramen’ses Return Cake was created by Jessica Allard. Made with hundreds of sweet noodles, the vanilla buttermilk and vanilla butter cream mummy is part of a series of Threadless t-shirts turned cake.

[link, via Technabob]

Gummy Bear Layer Cake


If your cakes just aren’t gummy enough, The Gummy Bear Layer Cake by Raspberri Cupcakes is here to help. Not only is the cake covered in delicious little gummies — its layers inside mimic the gummies’ colors.

Did we mention that the cake is covered with gummies? Cause they’re everywhere!!!





The Greatest Wedding Cake With Two Severed Heads That You’ll See Today


From Sideserf Cake Studio, the maker of the eerily lifelike Willie Nelson Cake, is the bloody creepy mess of the Severed Head Wedding Cake.

It was created for a couple’s ceremony in Austin, and the groom’s love of horror movies. Unfortunately, it’s not filled with red velvet and cherries. That would’ve been creepy. Mazel tov, you crazy kids.




[link, via Incredible Things]

The Greatest Willie Nelson Cake That You’ll See Today


We’ve seen a flawless snake cake, and even a dead ringer for an actual bowl of ramen. Now there’s the Willie Nelson Cake — the ultimate creepily realistic cake that we’re afraid to cut into.

Brought to us by Natalie Sideserf of Sideserf Cake Studio in Austin, Texas — the Willie Nelson cleaned house at Austin’s Sugar Art Show and Cake Competition. No mention of what the yummy Red Headed Stranger is filled with — but we’re sure that it will cure your munchies.


[link, via Laughing Squid]

The Greatest Ramen Bowl Cake That You’ll See Today


Cakes that look like other stuff will never get old. Especially when the dessert in question is a dead ringer for a yummy bowl of ramen. Brought to us by Create Eat Happy, the Ramen Cake has set the bar pretty high for cakes in disguise.

It’s also set the bar for attention to detail, and for how much it makes us want ramen and cake immediately. And, it will probably try your patience if you attempt to recreate it — which you can learn how to do here…

[link, via The Kitchn]