I’ve been googling unicorn cakes today. My daughter’s turning two in a couple months and I’ve decided that the theme is unicorns. She has not expressed any interest in unicorns. Obviously I am the one with the unicorn fetish so I’m just indulging myself before she gets old enough to have her own opinion. I enjoy baking and have had good luck making fancy-ish cakes the last few years.
As has been known to happen when searching for things on the internet, I ended up coming across things I did not expect to find. Below are some cakes that people have made.
Let me say that there are many beautiful examples of unicorn cakes on the internet. I’m definitely inspired by a lot of them. However, this one confounds me. What occasion is this for? Why is there a rating on it? Why is the unicorn taking a rainbow shit? I just feel like maybe someone was making this on a lonely night while contemplating ending their own life. I really hope this helped them. It looks like there was definitely something therapeutic happening here.
I found this cake at kakesbykathyp.com. I am impressed by many of her cakes. I admire anyone that can pull off this kind of stuff. But this Bible cake! Really! Please don’t ever buy me one of these for my birthday, not even ironically. I will hate you forever.
This one should have been my wedding cake. Seriously, when we renew our vows, I am contacting this person.
No. Just no.
Alright, that’s enough making fun of other people. Let’s make fun of me now.
Here are some cakes I have made.
For my first monkey when he turned one.
For my BFF on her 30th. We went to our first zombie crawl.
Oh and lastly, and perhaps most importantly, the cake from my tenth birthday. I didn’t make this one, but I ate it. And I loved every last Haim-y inch of it!
I had a bit of an obsession with the Haimster as a child. I’ll save that for another blog post.
I’m hungry now.