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Picture-Perfect: Star Wars AT-AT Cake [Geeky Cake]

Are you sick of awesome AT-AT cakes, yet? There’s certainly been no shortage of them here on GWS. There was the AT-AT groom’s cake made as an over-the-top gift. The AT-AT cake with the snowspeeder. And, you know… the other one.

That’s practically a glut of fantastic AT-AT cakes. And I don’t want you jaded. I want you needy, pliable, and easily-awed. For self-serving reasons. As always.

Star Wars AT-AT Cake

Lien S. of Davis, California’s Crazy Cake Company sent me the details on this Star Wars AT-AT cake she made for her husband’s birthday.

And I think I can fairly say that this is the first AT-AT cake that could stand-in as a model in the filming of a scene from The Empire Strikes Back. It’s just too bad cake-making technology wasn’t this advanced back in 1980.

AT-AT Cake Schematics

The “cake [was] carved and iced with buttercream,” and “inside was a moist almond cake with cream cheese buttercream filling.” I ACCEPT!

AT-AT Cake Side

AT-AT Cake BackAT-AT Cake Eaten

Lien says that she “accidentally left out a few details on the AT-AT but you won’t notice unless you’re a Star Wars fan.” So, the angstful nerds of the internets should feel free to exercise their overly-nit-picky analytical muscles. You’re welcome.

Otherwise, check out the Crazy Cake Company blog for loads more photos.

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4 comments… add one
  • nickolai December 30, 2009, 11:11 am

    Just unbelievable. That’s not a cake, it’s photoshop trickery! Can’t be done.

  • Justin December 30, 2009, 12:08 pm

    Unbelievable. I don’t even care about AT-ATs, but that is amazing.

  • kelsey December 30, 2009, 8:52 pm

    Oh man. I bet that’s delicious. Wow. I need a freaking AT-AT cake at my next birthday party…or maybe this lady can make me the Millenium Falcon in cake form. Heck yes.

  • Alexandra December 31, 2009, 8:59 am

    This has inspired me to learn to decorate cakes. Always loved making models, but then you have a dustcollector collection.
    (No, setting models on fire like you buys is not the answer.)
    Eat cake, no model collection to mess with.

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