This is an Ewok cake made using a teddy-bear shaped pan and a diabetic coma worth of icing. High-five, Wilford Brimley! (send those testing supplies right to my door)
This is the birthday cake my Wife made for me this year. We have a teddy bear cake pan that hasn't been used much so I suggested making it an ewok from Star Wars for me this year. She did all the work of baking the cake and decorating it, but it was MY idea. =) The store bought cupcake with the LEGO scout troopers was her idea. A candle sticking out of the top of the ewok's head wouldn't have looked right.
You know what would be cool? If the furry bastard had a jelly filling that spilled out like blood when you cut him. No? Okay well how about if a little topless Leia jumped out swinging her tatas around like a lightsaber? If you answered, "best birthday ever!", congratulations, you've obviously never been to one of my parties. Petting zoo, just sayin'!
Thanks to sham, who once baked a cake using the Death Star's laser in less than a second. That's some serious cooking power!
Can't decide which superhero you want on your cake? No problem -- just slap a bunch on there! Just don't slap Hulk's ass, because he can and will get angry ON YOUR FACE. Robin? Not so much.
"Holy tweaked nips, Batman -- you could cut glass with those things!"
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This is a Wolverine cake. I know it's kind of hard to tell because the claws are pointed directly at you and made out of aluminum foil, but that's what it is. And there's a different one after the jump with foam claws. Neither one is really the best thing I've ever seen, but... / Continue →
Geekologie Reader and Facebook fan Jasmine, who may or may not have forgotten her son's birthday until the day of, went and made a donut and dinosaur "cake" for the occasion. My God I want it. Right now I'm pretending the donut holes on sticks are actually sails and the whol... / Continue →