This post is written by Jen Yates of Cake Wrecks
Nothing brings this geek girl joy quite like a well-executed Star Wars cake. Then again, nothing tickles my fancy the way a Star Wars Wreck does, either. So today, let's double our pleasure (double our fun) by taking a look at a mix of both.
First, everyone's favorite green Jedi Master:
Spectacular this Yoda cake is. Like it I do.Much like the Force, however, there is a dark side to Yoda cakes:
"I find your lack of a body...disturbing."
Mark Joseph Cakes shows us how to make an amazing R2D2 cake (left), While an unnamed Wreckerator shows us what can be done with a few Sharpies and some painter's tape (right):
This is not the droid you're looking for.
Now, you might think it'd be hard to find a fantastic Darth Vader cake. Not so! You just have to visit the baby shower section:
Best. Shower cake. Ever.
Of course, most Vader cake would make the dark lord proud, what with their lethal amounts of black icing and overall evil appearance:
It's like the visual equivalent of the force choke, huh?
"Come to the dark side, or I'll turn your poop green for a week."
Cake Lava really knows how to make the Death Star look goooood (left), while this other bakery makes it look, well, confused (right):
(Yes, yes. I KNOW this isn't the Death Star. [Although why R2D2 has a smashed penguin on his head is beyond me.])
So remember: There is a RIGHT way to make a Star Wars cake:
(By Mondellis' Bake Shop)
And a very, very, VERY wrong way:
Now go forth, my cake-loving friends, and, of course...
may the horce be with you.
Previously on Neatorama: Cake Wrecks - Interview with Jen Yates