When Rodrigo Lopez celebrates his birthday this year, we know how we are going to do it – with Dino Cakes! No, this isn’t code word for sneaking poop into his birthday treat, but rather cake in the shape of little dinosaurs.

A brand new silicon mold is on the market from Lakeland that lets on cook up two brontosaurs, t-rex, and stegosaurs treats.  Though these dinos have been decorated with what looks like candy scales, we know Mr. Lopez would complain that there weren’t enough feathers. Fortunately, my mother knows how to sling icing like a pro and these little cakes will be covered in crazy colored feathers in no time.

We’re all big kids at heart really, so when we were shown this 2 part silicone mould that bakes 3D dinosaurs there was enthusiastic approval all round! Fill one half of the mould and as they bake in the oven, your brontosaurus, tyrannosaurus and stegosaurus cakes will form, ready for you to decorate and your little ‘munchosaurus’ to enjoy, Bakes 6 – 2 of each species.


For $16, the silicon dinosaur cake molds are a steal, and a heck of a lot cheaper than serving up real dinos.

 via Lakeland

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  1. October 8, 2014 at 1:02 pm — Reply

    Wish I had those for my birthday tomorrow. Little creative icing work and you’ve got Dinobots.

  2. Rob
    October 8, 2014 at 3:14 pm — Reply

    I was roundly mocked by my wife and various passers by for picking these up the other day, some people just have no soul :(

    • October 8, 2014 at 4:10 pm — Reply

      *pats your back* They are just jealous.

      • Rob
        October 9, 2014 at 4:18 am — Reply

        It’s okay,more delicious dino-cake for me.

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