The world of Dungeons & Dragons is filled with all kinds of amazing mystical creatures. When I was a kid, I poured through my Advanced D&D Monster Manual, and I didn’t even play the game! I just liked having a reference guide to so many bizarre beasts to look through in class instead of paying attention. One of the most striking D&D critters from a visual standpoint is the gruesome Beholder. This floating evil eye has been a staple of the game since its earliest days. And now, you can actually eat one. Well, sort of.
Via Geeks Are Sexy, we’ve learned exactly how to create a delicious cake celebrating the memorable monster. It’s a confection that would be perfect for any celebration a hardcore D&D fan might have. The video above offers a step-by-step process on how to create the perfect Beholder cake, and comes from the folks at Sideserf Cake Studios.
According to the official D&D description, “a Beholder’s spheroid body is covered in chitinous plates, scales, or leathery flesh. Its great bulging eye sits above a wide, toothy maw, while the smaller eyestalks that crown its body twist and turn to keep its foes in sight.” I mean, you hear all that and doesn’t your tummy automatically start rumbling?? I know mine does.
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Sideserf Studios has other nerdy cake designs to share on their channel, like how to make the perfect Baby Yoda cake, as well one celebrating the entire Star Wars saga. And if you’re wanting to make a perfect cake for the upcoming Halloween season, Sideserf Studios has got you covered. They’ve got videos explaining how to make the perfect Pennywise the Clown, Michael Meyers, and The Nightmare Before Christmas cakes as well. Be sure to head on over to their channel and check them out.
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