This amazing Klingon Bird on Prey Cake was made by Celebration Generation Cakes for the opening night of “A Klingon Christmas Carol.” The wingspan is about 4′, and the cake is about 3′ front to back. It is a red velvet cake with amaretto Swiss meringue buttercream.
Here is a picture of the actor who played “Scrooge” cutting the first piece the of cake with his bat’leth!
Also, check out these splendid Gingerbread works of art.
Oh my gosh, that cake looks sooooo delicious. I could eat that whole thing. These are some great ideas. You should make a bat’leth cake. Hehe, that would be funny. Oh man, this entry made my day. Thanks so much. Hey, you should come check out my stuff.
Bill – I’m glad you enjoyed the cakes. Unfortunately, I haven’t seen any great bat’leth cakes.
As Bill said, if anyone has made a cool bat’leh cake, I’d love to see it.
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If you have any interest in Klingons or their weapons, you should visit his blog.