Food disguised as other food; quite possibly as cute as kittens. Click though this slideshow where even meat is vegetarian-friendly.
Another amazing work by DebbieDoesCakes
: Cooked t-bone steak cake! This cake is about 17" long. The utensils are pastillage and the "broccoli" is fondant. Delicious even for a vegetarian!
Flickr user Grace of Cakes
made this for her boss' birthday: "I got the idea from the web. I basically made a 14" cake, slightly hollowed out the middle, added red frosting and grated white chocolate on top. I used fruit rollups and cut them into "pepperoni", "green peppers" and "olives". (I used a hole puncher to make the holes in the olives). It was a hit at work! I asked the local pizza place for a box and he was happy to give me one. He was really curious about the cake. Now I have to give him a picture."
Hamburger cake, airbrushed and ready to go. To see more by Stephanie of Cake Fixation, you can find her on Facebook
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TV dinner cupcakes. Genius.
Holy crap: Debbie's "Food Cake Opus" of durian (this kind doesn't smell, promise), rambutan (the "hairy cherries" in the corner there), longan, dragonfruit and lychees.
Debbie says that this ham cake was made for a birthday at a comedy club--get it?
A super-duper sized Big Mac cake--complete with box, of course. Tasty.
A carnival-themed culinary master piece! Candy and caramel apple, popcorn box and hotdog cakes with sugar popcorn, pretzels and carnival tickets.
, you're amazing: Buttercream roast beef, marzipan carrots, fondant potatoes.
Hot dog cake: A pound cake shaped and iced to look like a hot dog and french fries. The wiener is actually made of Twinkies and the "relish" is just green candy.
Sushi boat: All edible, including soy sauce bowl and chopsticks.
A 20" long spaghetti cake for a 96th birthday.