Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Cupcakes are brought to us by Tattoo Cakes. Inspired by the 1998 film about Hunter S. Thompson, the cupcakes will give you a good idea of what to expect from the film — in case you hadn’t seen it already. Or, they’ll take you down memory lane, if you enjoy taking road trips on acid.
Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cupcakes are brought to us by BS In The Kitchen. Using one of the best and most tooth-decaying cereals of all-time — Cinnamon Toast Crunch — the cupcakes might just be enough to help make this never-ending food trend a bit more tolerable. Recipe here.
And, what could be better than Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cupcakes? How about Robot Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cupcakes?
Halloween draws nigh and cupcakes are still everywhere. So, what better way to get into the holiday spirit than with some macabre baked goods? Zombie Cupcakes, by Zilly Rosen, contains some great Halloween-inspired treats — complete with all the gore and loose body parts that you’ll need to scare the crap out of the kids.
For cupcake enthusiasts that enjoy their food in nugget form, there’s Cupcake Nuggets. Brought to us by Cupcake Project, the nuggets are cut from actual cupcakes, breaded with cupcake crumbs, and then deep fried. To complete the effect, Cupcake Project offers suggestions for making faux savory dipping sauces — such as raspberry jam to look like barbecue sauce.
Perfect for Halloween or zombie imitators, are Cherry Vanilla Brain Cupcakes by CandyCasters. The cupcakes themselves are vanilla with chunks of maraschino cherries, and cherry vanilla butter cream frosting. They’re then topped with a disturbingly realistic brain, made with Lindt white chocolate, painted with cocoa butter.