Brooklyn Pastry Chef Crafts Perfect, Gigantic Wiimote Cake

Illustration for article titled Brooklyn Pastry Chef Crafts Perfect, Gigantic Wiimote Cake

Last week, a 9-year-old boy received the birthday cake of his life in the form of a giant Wiimote.

At the request of one very loving parent, pastry chef Roshel Michaeli from Schicks Gourmet Bakery got to work meticulously measuring the Wiimote before scaling it to feed a small to medium army of children. The chocolate cake with mousse filling was coated with (edible) rolled fondant, depicting the Wiimote's buttons in perfect detail—including even a properly shaped expansion port in the bottom.

The custom cake cost $360, but we have a feeling that it's a memory the child will not soon forget. Though without a strap, this thing will make a huge mess all over the TV. [Thanks Jack!]

Advertisement
Illustration for article titled Brooklyn Pastry Chef Crafts Perfect, Gigantic Wiimote Cake
Illustration for article titled Brooklyn Pastry Chef Crafts Perfect, Gigantic Wiimote Cake

Share This Story

Get our newsletter

DISCUSSION

Ya well its OK but that W in Wii its just not right I thing I would have sent it back for a new one.