How could you disturb this perfection with a fork? Oh easy, just use your hands and cram it into your face by the fistful!
When I was a kid I was sure I was going to be a paleontologist when I grew up. And look at me! I write for the Cheezburger Network about cakes and adorable things you can buy! I'm unearthing treasures every day, right? Look Mama! I made it!
What a lump of cuteness! Slap a kawaii face on an amorphous blob and I'll melt. I'm such a softie. Honestly, this could be a marshmallow, just a cylinder of puffy sugar, and I would still coo over it. Also, I think this cake would be an adorable hat. It would have to be about 4 inches across and have a pretty ribbon to tie it on. I'd wear it every day.
Poor little mice look so lonely now that their friend is leaving. At least they have enough cheese to last them several months to keep them company. Do you think their friend is moving to Switzerland? That would really make the most sense, wouldn't it?
When I was a kid, the closest I ever got to decorating my own cake was a cookie and a little tube of gel icing. I had plenty of fun with just that. Imagine how awesome it would have been if we had edible paper back then? I can't say I'm not a little jealous of kids these days.
This taps right into that toddler part of the brain where you want to pick up a whole pie and smash your face into it. Taking a big ol' spoon and jamming it into a jar of cake and frosting and having no regard for the mess you're inevitably going to make sounds so childishly satisfying. Where's my big spoon?
Broccoli is by far my favorite vegetable. If I didn't abide by the urban hipster bible and only buy local organic produce I would eat broccoli every day and never get sick of it. With cheese, steamed with lemon, in a casserole. IN A CAKE OMG! Making pictures inside food with a broccoli tree, be still my beating heart!