Hungry? Enjoy a slice of Cake wrapped in spicy Red Hot Chili Peppers in this amazing remix from DJ Cummerbund. The track perfectly melds the song Going The Distance with Can’t Stop, and sprinkles in a dash of R.E.M.’s It’s The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine) for flavor.
(PG-13: Language) We’ve seen some mighty impressive cakes that look like other things. In this hilarious sketch from Australia’s always-warped Aunty Donna, we learn what happens when the gang takes their cake fakery too far. Memo to self: if visiting their Coffee Café, always bring an Epi-Pen.
If there’s one thing we’ve struggled with in life, it’s having a voracious sweet tooth. So we were ready to run out the bakery by the end of this delicious supercut by Little White Lies featuring movie moments where people were chowing down on cakes, pies, pastries. Also, where’s The Great Pie Fight from Blazing Saddles?
We’ve seen a LEGO machine that could make pancakes, so the idea of a brick-built cake bakery isn’t that far-fetched. But Tomosteen made their LEGO cake factory using stop-motion animation. The fanciful facility is run by a team of tiny cats, who surprisingly don’t lap up the batter before it can be baked in the LEGO brick oven.
Do you like your birthday cake with lots of layers? Then you need a proper tool to cut through all that cake and icing. Fred’s handsaw-shaped cake cutter should do the trick quite nicely while adding a fun new item to your kitchen toolbox. Its gently-serrated edge also makes quick work of heads of lettuce.
Mardi Gras is almost here, and there’s no better time of the year if you enjoy the colorful and sweet carnival treats. Author Matt Haines and photographer Randy Krause Schmidt cataloged more than 150 unique versions of the king cake, accompanied by the stories of the talented bakers who make them.
“I want a girl with shoes… and eyes that burn like a diamond.” The object of the narrator’s affection in Cake’s 2001 track Short Skirt/Long Jacket sounds like a pretty amazing woman. But in this version edited by William Maranci, she sounds a bit less desirable. Though she is into Minecraft.
(PG-13: Language) Sometimes it’s nice to take home a little bit of leftover cake from a party so you can enjoy it the next day. But this ridiculous comedy sketch from Aunty Donna’s “Haven’t You Done Well” proves the old adage that there can be too much of a good thing.
Animator Kevin Parry spent an absurd amount of time baking in the kitchen to put together this mouth-watering stop-motion clip. It features a hypnotic sequence of colorful cakes gradually being cut away, slice-by-slice. Now we really are in the mood for dessert. Thanks, Kevin.
I don’t you jumping… unless this music’s thumping. The talented musicians of Pomplamoose turn in a great cover of one of our favorite tracks by Cake, the 2001 hit Love You Madly. While we miss the brass of the original, we dig this funky and fresh arrangement too.
UK pastry chefs Angie Scott Cakes created what would normally be a basic box-tier cake, but its plain white surfaces quickly come to life through the wonders of projection mapping tech. The only thing better would be if you could actually play Pac-Man and Angry Birds on it.
We’re at the point in life where we’d rather not have a birthday candle to represent every year we’ve been alive. But members from the Sri Chinmoy Center turned their cake into a bonfire with a whopping 72,585 candles on top. CO2 fire extinguishers let the cake remain edible.
Next time you’re hankering to fill your belly with deliciousness, look no further than this cake from L.A.’s Large Marge. Has layers of brown butter cinnamon cake, Mexican chocolate frosting, and topped with freshly fried churros. Serves 18 to 24. A smaller cake is also available.
Who says you need to make entire donuts to have donut hole treats? Nostalgia Electrics’ handy appliance makes 11 puffy cake treats at a time. Glaze ’em, and they’re donuts. Stick ’em on a stick and dip ’em and they’re cake pops. Includes a tool for injecting fillings too.