Conspectus · Sci-Fi Cupcakes!
Prepare for some scrumptiously geeky treats! If there is something we Surly Gurls love it’s Science Fiction… and CUPCAKES! So, we’ve put together a gallery of a dozen seriously awesome sci-fi themed cupcakes! All of the fun yet none of the calories!!
It’s win-win… except we do really want to eat up all those delicious, delicious calories!! Mmmmmmm!!!!
ORIGINAL STAR TREK
Korina over at Wild Streak Treats made these cupcakes for her friend’s birthday. Yet we would trade them all for a hand phaser, or a good solid club. On second thought, these are too delicious to trade for any weapon!
Keeping with the Star Trek theme, we’re jumping to TheRealJim down at DeviantArt who created these as part of a #StarTrekking DeviantArt assignment. Seven of Nine, you are so sexy in cupcake form!
Vivian created these incredible cupcakes for her husband’s birthday!! Her blog-o-rama has tons of up close and personal shots of all of the cupcake characters. What she has done here should make HER the Hero of Canton!!
Jennifer from Plumeria Cakes made these cupcakes for a birthday party and it goes without saying they were a hit… but she did say it on her blog. She’s also explains how she made them. Check it out, just don’t get cocky, it ain’t like dusting crops!
Amanda at The Clever Little Cupcake Company made this fantastic ‘Doctor Who’ cake with matching cupcakes. Unfortunately, we are not Time Lords and do not have our own TARDIS… So we are not able to bend time and space in order to attend that party.
These magical little treats are courtesy of Frostings in Richmond, VA, They would surely delight any student at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Gryffindor is awarded 10 points!
SCOTT PILGRIM vs THE WORLD
“SweetheartCupcake” made these for her anniversary. All this work could only mean it was for someone she really saw a future with … like… with jet-packs! Take a trek down that ol’ Subspace Highway to her Flickr page for more close-up pics!
The Aperture Science Enrichment Center sure likes parties and cake!! If you’re successful at navigating the Internet to PattyOFurniture’s Instructables page there will even be a party for you. A big party that all your friends will be invited to. GLaDOS will even invite your best friend, the Companion Cube. Of course, he won’t be able to come because you murdered him.
THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS
Listen, there were objects so peculiar they were not to be believed! All around, things to tantalize our brains! And these incredible cupcakes would definitely fall into that category! These handmade toppers are awesome! Wander down to “Death by Cupcake“‘s Flickr page for more pics.
SUPER MARIO BROTHERS
We bet these Nintendo-inspired delicacies have some power-up properties of their own. No more yucky mushrooms for these surly gurls! Jump down that pipe and head over to Clever Cupcakes’ Flickr page for more photos.
Sticking with Nintendo… because it’s awesome! Ming’s Cupcakes offers up these Pokémon cupcakes! How something that is just a variation on insect collecting could be so adorable we’ll never know, but it is! Seriously, how cute are the Piplup and Jigglypuff ones!? If only there was a vulpix! That one is the BEST!
THE MUPPET SHOW
Caroline at Cupcake Occasions uk created these most sensational Muppet Show cupcakes! It would be impossible for even Statler and Waldorf to criticize these awesome goodies!
And now, if you’re anything like us, you also have an overwhelming craving for some cupcakes! We’re going to go whip some up, you should do the same!!
Posted on October 8, 2011, in CONSPECTUS, CULINARY ARTS, MOVIES & FILMS, TELEVISION and tagged Aperture Science Enrichment Center, blog, Borg, Companion Cube, culture, Cupcake, Cupcakes, Doctor Who, entertainment, events, Firefly, GLaDOS, Harry Potter, Hogwarts, humor, humour, internet, lifestyle, miscellaneous, movies, Muppet Show, Nightmare Before Christmas, Pokemon, Portal, Sci-Fi, Science fiction, Scott Pilgrim, Serenity, Star Trek, Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Wars, Super Mario, television, Time Lord, tv. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.