I don't have a pot of gold for you today, minions, but I *do* have the shiniest, sweetest gold cakes.
(Carrie's Cakes, Utah)
Which are much, MUCH prettier. Not to mention tastier.
These gold drips look like liquid metal! Amazing.
Sometimes you need just a touch of gold to make your cake sing:
(Albena Cake Design, Canada)
Other times, MORE IS MORE:
(Exquisite Wedding Cakes, Pennsylvania)
I starting singing "Shiny" from Moana when I first saw this. Scrub the deck, my friends. Aw yeah.
Did you know dyed pear slices could look like bright peacock feathers?
(Tortik Annuchka, Moscow)
Neither did I!! But I love the contrast of textures here, so gorgeous.
I had to remind myself this gasp-worthy beauty is edible; it looks like gilded porcelain!
(Honey Love Cakery, permanently closed)
Oooh, and check out the sheen on these mermaid scales:
(Maricota Chocolateria, Brazil)
Come for the gold honeycomb pattern, stay for the ADORABLE bumblebee:
I also love the ink drawing on the second tier. So many great design elements!
Dark jewel tones + gold = heaven for our eyeballs.
And finally, let's end on a high note (heh) with a completely edible, golden gramophone:
(Cake Story, Moscow)
WOW. Now that is Sweet.
Happy St. Patrick's Day, my friends! Be careful with the green beer tonight, hear? ;)
And from my other blog, Epbot: