Posts Tagged ‘Cakes’

Obi-Wan Kenobi Cake

Bonnie Burton | February 26, 2009

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 boys and men can get. I did a Yoda cake first and my husbands comment was “If he held his lightsaber like that it would cut off his hands!” But Harry was delighted.

Check out the cake here:
Obi-Wan Kenobi Star Wars Cake: Geeky Cake of the Week
(via GreatWhiteSnark)

Vader Cake: It’s a Girl!

Bonnie Burton | February 2, 2009

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 the cake here:
Come to the Dark Side: We Have Cake (via Cake Wrecks)

SOURCE: Club Jade

Star Wars Mini-Golf Cake

Bonnie Burton | January 21, 2009

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. The grass and stream are buttercream and the walkway and putting greens are fondant. Everything else is inedible. The golf clubs are toothpicks or kabob sticks (depending on the character’s hand size) with a little carved piece of marshmallow on the end.

Read more about it here:
The Force Is Not With Yoda on the Mini-Golf Course
(via Great White Snark)

Yummy Yoda Cake, Bake You Must

Bonnie Burton | December 10, 2008

It’s amazing what you can make with Rice Krispies treats, chocolate and fondant. Debbie Goard of San Francisco’s Debbie Does Cakes made this magnificent Yoda cake with those ingredients and more.

Yoda’s head was made from rice krispies treats, modelling chocolate and fondant. I made the head a few days in advance. Just doesn’t feel right if I don’t have a disemboweled head staring at me throughout the week, lol! The body was made up of Rich strawberry cake with a Bavarian custard filling. The body was then covered in fondant and airbrushed.

Read all about this cake here:
Geeky Cake of the Week (via Great White Snark)

Lifesize Yoda Cake = Yum

Bonnie Burton | October 8, 2008

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Sure we all love and admire Jedi Master Yoda, however those of you wanting to bake a lifesized Yoda and then gobble him down may want to pay close attention to this step-by-step guide on how to bake up your own green delicacy.

Using angel food cakes, Rice Krispy treats, and colored fondant, this fan made one awesome birthday cake for his 4-year-old son. Bravo!

Check out the instructions here:
Yoda Birthday Cake (


DIY Master Yoda Cake

Bonnie Burton | July 8, 2008

(Yoda cake by Mikkel Mihlrad)

When we spotted this Force-tastic cake of Yoda made by Mikkel Mihlrad for the Star Wars Weekends (at Disney’s Hollywood Studios) cast and crew wrap party, we had to know more about it.

Why did you decide to make a Yoda cake for the party?
The special event Yoda was created for was the Star Wars Weekends wrap party. My fiancee, Jason Surrell, was one of the show producers of the event.

What is the cake made from?
Yoda’s head is sculptued Cocoa Krispies (like Rice Krispie treats), as are his hands, feet and walking stick. His body is sculpted layers of cake. Chocolate is Jason’s favorite, so the cake is a chocolate cake with chocolate mousse filling. The entire cake was covered in chocolate buttercream and then with fondant (which I make from scratch so it’s essentially a marshmallow and confectioner’s sugar mixture).


R2-D2 Cake

Bonnie Burton | June 18, 2008

If you’re looking to bake a cake worthy of a Star Wars fan, then this is the droid you’re looking for whipped up by professional baker Mark Randazzo. It appears as though R2-D2 is really one giant red velvet cake with Rice Krispie Treat Legs!

Check out this cake with instructions here:
Making The Most Amazing R2-D2 Cake Ever (B-Side Blog)

SOURCE: Club Jade

Dark Lord of the Dessert

Bonnie Burton | May 13, 2008

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 on how to make your own tasty tributes.


HOW TO: Bake a Yoda Cake

Bonnie Burton | April 14, 2008

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!

Bonnie Burton | February 26, 2008

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. Fondant makes up the features of the head, including those distinctively-Yoda-ish ears.”

Get all the info you need to make one yourself here:
Yoda Cake Instructions (via Great White Snark and TheForce.Net)

If you dig the Yoda creation, be sure to check out these delightfully tasty Force-sensitive cakes:

And get baking tips from “Ace of Cakes” chef and Star Wars fan Duff Goldman here: Duff Goldman: Ace of Star Wars Cakes