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In The Triforce Food Pyramid, Start With One Serving Of A Moving Zelda Cake

We should all be so lucky to get moving Legend of Zelda cakes for our birthday parties. This one, based on The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, was enjoyed by Will Turnbow’s 10-year-old daughter on her special day. He writes, “The Temple entrance is 6 batches of Rice Krispies and the backside of the temple is 9 cakes stacked as high as we could make it. The small tower on either side are styrofoam wrapped with fondant.” And that’s not even the half of it. Take a look at this incredible design.

(via Kotaku)

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  • Anonymous

    Holy cow! And here I was proud of my Cliffs of Insanity Princess Bride cake (which was pretty much just a big chocolate cake with some figures on it). I have incredible cake-envy!

  • Octochan

    This is a spectacular work of art, but personally, I always feel somehow that animated cakes are wrong. I don’t know how to explain it.

  • Lady Viridis

    Nice, but… probably unnecessary? I mean, when I was 10, I was thrilled to get a pirate-ship shaped cake made by my mom, and it was just a normal cake that had been vaguely cut into a ship with some construction paper on it, no fondant or anything like you see now. This thing is so awesome I’d hate to eat it even as an adult. If I was going to go to that much effort for a kid… I think I’d just make it an actual toy so it could stick around.