Cupcakes could quite possibly be one of the world's most perfect foods—a tiny cake, just for you!—were it not for those annoying wrappers you have to peel away. But thanks to Dr. Oetker, those are now edible too.
When I saw these psychedelic cupcakes I really thought they weren't real—just regular cupcakes photoshopped to look like this. Upon closer inspection, I realized they were indeed real. Too bad that frosting is not made with lysergic acid diethylamide.
Sprinkles is the Beverly Hills-based cupcake shop that's credited with re-kindling the trend that's sweeping America's waistlines. And it will soon make it even easier to get your miniature cake fix—at all hours of the day—with an automated ATM.
So much news passes before our collective eyes every day that we couldn't possibly cover it all. Mostly because much of it isn't worth covering! But here are a some borderline tidbits we passed on, just in case.
Just imagine the look of surprise on an al Qaeda member's face when they thought they were loading a tutorial on how to "make a bomb in the kitchen of your mom" but actually got...a recipe for mojito cupcakes.
The weekend officially starts with this video: Cupcakes hurled at people's faces with a 120psi cupcake cannon, captured at 700 frames per second. Repeat: Super slow motion cupcake EXPLOSIONS. [Johnny Cupcakes]
This might be the perfect device to get someone to make more cupcakes for you: The Cupcake Kitchen Timer, which at 3.5 inches tall is almost big enough to qualify as a cake. Or you know what? You could take a giant leap and makes some cupcakes yourself! Don't bite into this one, though—it's made of hand-painted resin.…
We've posted a lot of gadget cakes in these parts, which is precisely why we're so excited when someone takes it "to the next level." In avant garde fashion, the likes of which we will not wrap our head around for years (possibly decades), Cakes By 2 Moms has created Apple-themed cupcakes—cakes that fit in a cup—cake…