Here are 13 excellent examples of baked geekiness…tasty, too! I need a snack now.
All Your Base Cake
edalytical’s girlfriend Jess made him this funny cake. Roses are #FF0000, indeed.
- All Your Base Cake by edalytical
XML Code Cake
Darth Vader Cupcakes
Katipeck made these rad Darth Vader cupcakes completely with red light sabers. Commenter Bonniegirl says it best: these are Sith-tastic!
Nintendo DS Cake
a skinny ghost posted this Nintendo DS cake made by friend Callianne. It’s even vegan.
palmerized made the “Ultimate Mac Geek Cake”…iCake!
Super Mario Cake
Su-Yin made this incredible Mario cake. I love all the little mushrooms and Goombas around the sides.
Flickr user raingirllori made this fun Mudkip (from Pokemon) cake. The fins are made of fondant with sticks to add extra support.
Flickr user hello naomi makes all sorts of rad cupcakes. Be sure to click through to see more geeky / cupcake-y goodness. These robots are super cute, especially they way they are designed three cupcakes per robot.
The Simpsons Cupcakes
Veronica made these amazingly detailed Simpsons cupcakes for her niece’s fourth birthday. Lucky girl!
- The Simpsons Cupcakes [via Craft Magazine via Cupcakes Take the Cake]
Revenge of the Sith Cake
Flickr user gmcmullens posted this ridiculously awesome Revenge of the Sith cake. I think this one is my favorite geeky baked good. I can’t let my son see this one, though, or guess what kind of cake I’ll be making next year!
Space Invaders Cookies
These cool pixel Space Invaders cookies were made by Flickr user SeattleJonman. He’s kind enough to post step-by-step pictures on how to make pixel cookies with Play-Doh tools.
Here’s another great example of pixel cookies – Tetris by Eva Funderburgh. She’s got some step-by-step instructions, too.
Eat cake, you will. The Official Star Wars Blog posted this Yoda cake how to, with instructions, pictures and an interview of the baker, Julie. There’s also a lot of good information on cake decorating in general.