Let's hear it for my Jewish homies: Oyyy yeaaah!
Ok, obviously it's a bit difficult to find professional Passover cakes - Wrecks or otherwise - considering the whole leaven thing. However, I thought these were pretty amusing.
Hey, Passover is a celebration of the Israelites escaping Egypt, right? So Moses parting the Red Sea kind of counts as a Passover cake, right?
Well, I thought it was hilariously creative, anyway, so I had to share. Thanks to Blair T. for showing us how Divinity School students rock the party.
These next ones are more Label Wrecks than Cake Wrecks, but I think you'll agree they're Wrecks regardless. First, Niobe found this nicely packaged "Passover Coconut Cake"...
Complete with a "rich in tradition" greeting:
But wait...what's this on the back?
"Not Kosher for Passover?!?"
Well, I guess if you are having a "a Passover rich in tradition," you'll just have to hope this cake keeps well for later.
At least they're upfront about it, though. Check out what I found over on Yodster's Flickr stream, titled "How a Russian Baker Makes a Cake Kosher for Passover."
Step 1: Cross out flour on the ingredients list.
Step 2: Add a star of David.
Step 3: Kosher!
Happy Passover everyone!