Nobody else in this entire galaxy has ever even bothered to make edible ball bearings … genius! – Doctor
Because I have nothing better to do with my time, this morning I went adventuring on the interwebs for some Doctor Who cakes. Low and behold, there are many. (Not entirely sure why I thought of Doctor Who cakes, precisely, except that I recently discovered Cake Wrecks.)
Cake Wrecks, as it turns out, has four posts (maybe more? That’s all I could find.) containing Doctor Who-themed cakes, one of which is an entire Sunday Sweets devoted to our favorite hero.
- Dalek-bunny of death. It is a bit terrifying, and cute, at the same time. (Kind of like the Dalek stuffed animals … or stuffed machines …)
- TARDIS-castle. I confess I’m not entirely sure why this reminds the Cake Wrecks authors of the TARDIS, except perhaps that it has flat panels on the side. Looks like a pretty awesome castle, anyway—and it has dragons on top! (I am going to let you in on a little secret—if there is anything that I like almost as much as Doctor Who, it is dragons. They can be fire-breathing monsters of doom, or cute little fluffballs, I don’t care: dragons!!!!!!!!)
- The TARDIS itself, in all its glory. These seem a bit common (Googling “TARDIS cake” brings up a gazillion images), but this one looks delicious.
- And finally, the Sunday Sweets. That Cyberman is awe-inspiring! Hard to believe it’s made out of cake.
Fandomestic has a page showing 10 Doctor Who-themed cakes—not all made by professionals, but all terrifying in their … er, quality. (At least they are mostly recognizable!)
Barbara Jo at doitmyself.org decided to make a TARDIS … WHERE THE INTERIOR IS BIGGER THAN THE EXTERIOR. How cool is that? (Bonus points: She describes how she made the cake, too!)
And here, on Geeky Gadgets, is a cake with levitating Daleks.
What I want to know is, how on Earth (or Gallifrey!) does anyone have the courage to eat these?