This spinning chocolate cake hides the most awesomest visual trick

I'll admit it, I was a doubter. When I saw this chocolate cake, I couldn't imagine it ever blowing my mind. Even when it started spinning, I didn't see what the hoopla was all about. And then the lights started flickering and all the chocolate pieces started dancing and moving in a complicated orchestra. » 10/07/14 10:36pm 10/07/14 10:36pm

Roll a +18 Frosting With This Twenty-Sided Die Cake Pan

What's a rousing game of Dungeons & Dragons without a healthy supply of snacks at the ready? But since no one wants to venture into a dungeon full of mythical beasts with daintily decorated pastries, what you need are edible d20 dice made with this silicone mold from ThinkGeek. It lets you use your favorite instant… » 9/12/14 9:21am 9/12/14 9:21am

It's impossible not to crave cake after watching these videos

If robots ever destroy humanity, I hope I get killed by one of these cake decorator bots. I've been trapped in a recursive cake video dimension for the last 30 minutes and now I just want to lie down under one of them and have it decorate my face until I die. Everywhere. While I stuff my face with cake. Enjoy! » 8/13/14 7:40pm 8/13/14 7:40pm

Tiny hamsters eat tiny cakes for a super silly tiny birthday party

After enjoying a tiny burrito two months ago, tiny hamster just went to a birthday party for his prickly friend tiny porcupine. Like most human birthday parties, the miniature animals were served birthday cakes. It seemed like tiny hamster enjoyed his cake more than tiny porcupine though. » 7/08/14 8:47pm 7/08/14 8:47pm

Here's how to cut a cake perfectly, according to science

The way we cut cakes is wrong. That old traditional style of slicing a wedge and leaving the rest? It ruins the cake and creates imperfect slices. How can we cut it better? How can we eat more delicious cake? Numberphile says the most scientific way to cut a cake is to slice an entire strip from the middle of the… » 6/17/14 9:23pm 6/17/14 9:23pm

Playable Angry Birds Birthday Cake is the Only Spin-Off Video You Need…

It may've taken poor Dad 10 hours to make (and just minutes to destroy), but there's something to be said about this cunning physics exercise forced upon the six year old birthday-boy. We hope he learned a valuable lesson about the rules of position, velocity and acceleration—not to mention the importance of brushing… » 2/21/11 6:00am 2/21/11 6:00am