10+ Magnificent Cakes That Do Far More Than Taste Great
Just like in the fashion world, confectionery art experiences new trends every now and then. Pastry masters continue to learn new techniques and textures, experimenting with decor and taste combinations as they go. That’s why surprising people with a cake is becoming more and more difficult year after year. Still, some culinary enthusiasts manage to put a smile on people’s faces as they admire these edible masterpieces.
We at Bright Side couldn’t ignore these unique cakes that are great not only because of their taste but also because of the backstory and the magnificent idea their creators came up with. The bonus feature at the end will show you that some desserts can be eaten and heard too.
1. So simple but so creative!
2. “A Harry Potter-style cake that my sister made — she’s 11.”
3. “The cake I made for my color-blind friend’s thirtieth birthday.”
“This is how he will see it.”
4. “My sister made this amazing wedding cake for us!”
5. “This cake was made for my husband but its muse was impressed no less. This is Riley. He’s 12 years old and a very good boy.”
6. “Made a cake of my dad.”
7. “My nephew likes beans so much that my sister had a bean birthday cake made for him.”
8. “You may not believe that a 40-year-old Irishman with big clumsy fingers made this doll cake, but it’s true!”
9. The idea of this cake is both simple and ingenious.
10. “My dad has been Godzilla’s biggest fan since day one. This is the b-day cake I made him this year.”
11. “The good news: I made this cake. The bad news: I’m so obsessed with it, I may not be able to give it to my 7-year-old niece for her birthday.”
12. “My wife got her car stuck in a snow bank so I got her a piece of cake to make her feel better.”
13. “My girlfriend didn’t want a cake for her birthday, so we had shark-infested jello. She loves sharks!”
14. “I made a kombucha cake.”
Bonus: “I can practically hear the screams.”
Which cake will you remember for the rest of your life? Is it the taste or a unique design that matters to you most?