When we did the last Sideserf Cakes feature, we tell ourselves, perhaps we should stop featuring it because, at the rate Natalie is putting out incredible creations, this blog will become a bonafide Sideserf Cakes Blog. But then, we saw this: Hyperrealistic T-Rex Cake.
Breakfast cereal. The breakfast of choice that will not destroy your weight-watching regime. Since its invention in 1863, many flavors have been introduced, from the regular like corn flakes to the irresistible fruit loops to the weird blends like the Green Slim Cereal (don’t ask).
Both the mutant toad sculpture and Baby Yoda cakes from Sideserf Cakes are impressive, but I think Natalie may have up her own game with this Die Hard Cake, aka John McClane Bust Cake.
Nestle may be a Swiss multinational food and drink manufacturing conglomerate, but strangely, the brand’s KitKat is super big in Japan. So big that KitKat in Japan has known have gotten more exotic flavors than anywhere else in the world.
From the stunningly detailed Gamera Cake and KFC Bucket Meal cake to Hercules Beetle Grub cake and Bloody Beating Heart cake to Shag Rug cake, there’s no shortage of wonderful, weird and outright grotesque cakes in the world. Recently, a realistic Mutant Toad Cake joined this weird and wonderful world of custom cake creations.
Fans of A Bathing Ape (BAPE) who celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival will be glad to know that BAPE has announced its take of mooncake for this year. As you may have noted, this year’s BAPE Limited Edition Mooncake Gift Box is presented in a lunchbox style aluminum box.
We have some pretty amazing cake of art here, but this one here is some next level shit. What you see here is a cake. No kidding. It is a cake. It was made by one Jane (@fancifulcakes) for her office Valentine’s Day party. Wait… they have a party for that too? Hmmm. What has …
Good lord. We just found a cake maker who have up the ante of the cake with pop-able pimples. Folks, meet Katherine Dey of Deviant Desserts. She is responsible for this larger than life-size Hercules beetle grub cake.
Baby Yoda in the Star Wars spinoff The Mandalorian has created quite a buzz in the pop culture world because of how adorable he is. But do you know what’s cuter? A cake version. That’s right. Someone has made a Baby Yoda cake modeled after the character from Disney’s Star Wars: The Mandalorian.
I am sure in the history of modern cake-making, there had been bakers who had made peacock-inspired cakes. Well, you know what? Whoever have made peacock cakes before August 2019 probably never looked as amazing as this one whipped by custom cake maker Malizzi Cakes & Pastries in Pennsylvania.