Category: Creativity

  • AT-AT Wedding Cake!

    Just when you thought that infamous Dead Tauntaun Cake was the best bit of Star Wars fandom to ever invade a wedding, here comes the toppled AT-AT wedding cake with Ewok cupcakes! This toppled AT-AT is one of my favorite cakes to date. I love the mini Admiral Ackbar and Mon Mothma but I think […]

  • The Droid Birthday Treats You’re Looking For

    Nothing is yummier than an edible astromech! bridget {bake at 350} writes: I made an R2-D2 from candy melts and royal icing. Then, the Star Wars cake was inspired by the lovely multi-colored cakes from Amanda of i am baker. My son said he wanted red and blue layers…something about good and bad lightsabers. Check […]

  • Fett’s Just a Sweet Guy Underneath

    DC Metro Area Star Wars Collecting Club (DCSWCC) president Martin Thurn sent us a heads-up on a cool Fett cake crafted by local cake ace Michael Abromavage of www.abrocakes.com for a club member’s 40th birthday celebration: “The cake was four layers of pound cake with the dome made out of Rice Krispy treats,” says Abromavage. […]

  • The Droid Cake You’re Looking For!

    Why have a boring birthday cake when you can eat an astromech dome? Geeky-gadgets.com reports: This fun R2-D2 cake was made by GoblinQueeen from deviantART for her friends birthday, it looks pretty cool even though poor old R2-D2 has been decapitated. Check it out here: One Tasty Droid

  • Clone Wars Cake!

    This Clone Wars cake by Marj Jenkins may be the tastiest tribute ever! A dessert designed for an intergalactic celebration – vanilla cake layered with chocolate and raspberry buttercream filling. The entire cake is covered in blue and black buttercream swirled together to resemble deep space. The clone trooper helmet made of Rice Krispie Treats […]

  • Jabba, You’re a Wonderful Cake

    Nothing says “Happy Birthday” like a Hutt covered in frosting. Check out this awesome Jabba the Hutt cake that would make any fan’s birthday wish come true. This is my birthday cake this year — Jabba the Hutt. A friend of the family kindly made this for us and I think she did a fantastic […]

  • DIY Han Solo in Guacamite

    Last February, we reported about the awesome Han in Carbonite “He’s No Guac to Me Dead” entry by Rob Saccenti at Guac Bowl 2009. So in honor of Guac Bowl 2010 we couldn’t help but hope Rob would give fans a few pointers how to do their own tasty tribute to Han. Here’s some great […]

  • Darth Vader Rainbow Cake!

    Darth Vader might only wear black, but we’d like to think he’s quite fond of rainbows. Here’s a tasty recipe on how to make a rainbow cake with a Sith Lord standing proudly on top! Rainbow Cake How-to (via JuestJENN Recipes)

  • Cookies Worthy of a Wookiee

    First Kayla Kromer makes this awesome Millennium Falcon bed, and then she decorates these geektastic Star Wars cookies! Is there anything she can’t do? Check out the full set of cookies here: Winter “Bake” Sale 2009

  • Dead Tauntaun Wedding Cake!

    (501st Great Lakes Garrison troopers – Jon Leopold and Craig Provine guard the Tauntaun cake!) (Photos by mod4) Star Wars artist Chris Trevas let us know of this glorious Tauntaun cake for his wedding! Julie and I had Courtney Clark from Cake Nouveau of Food Network Challenge (and TLC Ultimate Cake-Off) fame do our wedding […]

  • Let Them Eat Plo Koon Cake!

    If you’re headed to a party where you know Clone Wars director Dave Filoni will be in attendance, bring this cake and you might end up with a new BFF. Everyone knows that Filoni’s fave character is Jedi Master Plo Koon, and now that he’s in cake form, this could end up being Filoni’s favorite […]

  • That’s No Moon! It’s a Death Star Cake!

    Why have a traditional cake when you can celebrate your birth with a symbol of something that wiped out Princess Leia’s home planet? Our fave geektastic blogger Great White Snark finds another fab Star Wars cake and writes: Take this “fondant and our Strawberries Chantilly flavor” Star Wars Death Star cake by the perennially-talented Rick […]

  • Utini! It’s a Jawa Cake!

    We’ve seen loads of Star Wars birthday and wedding cakes, but this is the first Jawa cake worthy of screaming Utini! From Great White Snark: The Jawa cake comes to us courtesy of Melbourne-based cake artisan Sweet Libertine Cakes, who describes the cake thusly: A cake for a huge Star Wars geek’s 40th. Rum and […]

  • DIY Death Star Grill

    Nothing celebrates summer more than having a BBQ with a few friends and plenty of good food cooked on the grill. Of course, if you were the Dark Lord of the Sith and wanted to grill while keeping your mind on work, you’d use this fan-made custom Death Star grill. Star Wars fan Bryan Tate […]

  • Best AT-AT Cake Ever

    We’ve seen cakes of Yoda, the Death Star, Millennium Falcon, R2-D2, even Chewbacca’s head; but this is the first time we’ve seen an AT-AT. Jennifer Luxmore of Sin Desserts in Providence, RI made this awesome cake and Great White Snark chatted with her about it. The legs and base [of the Star Wars AT-AT cake] […]

  • Jabba the Cake

    Star Wars fan Marty sent photos of this awesome Jabba the Hutt cake to Great White Snark for its Geeky Cake of the Week: My four year old is reallly into Star Wars now and Jabba is his favorite character (which is a bit weird to me). After I promised him a “Jabba cake” (with […]

  • Yummy Yoda Cupcakes

    Check out these cute and tasty Yoda cupcakes made by crafty LJ fan braeby: Here are some Yoda cupcakes that I made for my friends a couple of weeks ago. They’re chocolate with vanilla icing, with green food coloring. The ears I made out of chocolate mint wafers cut in half and stuck them in […]

  • Chewbacca Cake Wrecks

    The next time you want someone special to bake you a Chewbacca birthday cake, you might want to be very specific about how you want your favorite Wookiee too look, and taste! Cake Wrecks Blog takes a look at some of the more bizarre-looking Chewie cakes in this hilarious roundup: Do These Taste Chewy to […]

  • Obi-Wan Kenobi Cake

    Check out this delicious Obi-Wan Kenobi atop this fondant-covered Star Wars cake of vanilla sponge, vanilla buttercream, and strawberry jam made by Natasha. The cake was for a little boy called Harry, for his 6th birthday. He is a massive Star Wars fan. I get nervous doing cakes like these because I know how geeky […]

  • Vader Cake: It’s a Girl!

    Darth Vader may have been the worst dad in the galaxy, but that doesn’t mean he’s above helping you celebrate the birth of your baby daughter. One Star Wars fan decided to add a little Sith sentiment to this delightful (or scary) baby shower cake. Impressive use of non-canon planets and festive sprinkles! Check out […]

  • Star Wars Mini-Golf Cake

    Why make a typical birthday cake when you can make a Star Wars miniature golf cake? According to cake artisan Kellye: It may surprise you to hear that the cake was actually a birthday cake for a pretty cool 4-year-old little girl. She’s really into Star Wars. The cake itself is strawberry per her request. […]

  • Jar Jar Salad

    Even if you aren’t a fan of the Gungans, it’s hard to resist the lure of an edible Jar Jar. Using jicama as the artistic medium, one fan carved a rather realistic resemblance of Jar Jar, and listed step-by-step instructions so you can too! Check out all the instructions here: Jar Jar Binks Salad: A […]

  • Dark Lord of the Dessert

    When I first spotted the yummy-looking Star Wars cupcakes made by fan Kati Peck, I had to know how she made them! Not only does Kati pay homage to the dark side in a rather tasty way, she also makes cupcakes that celebrate her fandom for another cult-classic — “Lost.” Here’s some tips from Kati […]

  • HOW TO: Bake a Yoda Cake

    When Star Wars artist Chris Trevas told me his girlfriend and foodie blogger Julie Foxworthy baked him a one-of-a-kind Yoda birthday cake, I was super-impressed! So I asked Julie how she went about making this edible tribute so some of you can put your oven to work making more Jedi Master confections!

  • Bake this Yoda Cake, You Will!

    Aussie Star Wars fan Sandra make a Jedi Master yummier than he is wise with this awesome Yoda Cake. According to Great White Snark Blog: The torso is cake covered with buttercream, and dressed with fondant clothing, arms, and feet. The “skull” is made of “brown crunch,” which is like Rice Krispies Treats. But… brown. […]

  • A Side of Alien Salad

    Spotted on LaughingSquid.com, “Salad” is a digital portrait of the Alien created from photos of vegetables by artist Till Nowak — making it a rather edible “tribute to H.R. Giger and Giuseppe Arcimboldo.” Till Nowak modeled twelve digital vegetables in 3ds Max using classical polygon modeling techniques. Photographs of fresh vegetables were used for the […]

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