Some of your favorite movies and television shows have inspired gorgeous and delicious-looking desserts. Thankfully, there are a plethora of talented folks out there who brought them to life in the form of the sweetest meal of the day -- dessert. Just wait until you see the treat inspired by Alien!
These Pies Are A Feat For The Eyes
Jessica is the amazing baker behind Pies Are Awesome. Jessica makes incredible pie art, like these Harry Potter-themed pies! She cut out spaces where the character's hair should be to reveal the filling inside. She also used cinnamon for the faces. But as you're about to see, movies aren't Jessica's only forté!
If Rick And Morty Were To Get Eaten By A Pie
Jessica does television-themed pies as well! Check out this insane Rick and Morty "piescaper," named so since it's a pie with toppings that stand atop. We don't know about you, but we've never seen a three-dimensional pie! This apple pie has a tinted filling and Jessica assembled the pieces together using an egg wash glue.
Break Out The Dinglehoppers For This Cake
This The Little Mermaid-themed cake is delightful! Hollie is the talent who started Delicious Delights. Aside from the plastic figurines of the characters, everything on the cake is edible! We're not sure what's more impressive; the sea-floor decor or the lovely colors she mixed for the icing. Either way, we'd love a taste!
Only The Cookie Monster Could Handle This
If you're crazy about cookies just like the Cookie Monster is, then you might go nuts over these Cookie Monster macarons! You might want to be careful though since you could easily eat your way through too many of these light, tasty treats. Melbourne-based Michelle Lu is just 17 years old and makes these cookies herself!
You'll Be Clawing For These Sweet Treats
For those of you who are into something different, why not try these matcha chiffon cake sandwiches? Matcha is finely ground green tea and is widely used in an array of desserts and drinks. It would taste especially delicious in the form of a light chiffon cake. Can you guess who these treats are modeled after? If you guessed The Little Green Men from Toy Story, then you're correct!
Tastes So Sweet You'll Be Singing!
Rosanna Pansino is the baker behind Nerdy Nummies on YouTube. Here is one of her many inspired creations. These are chocolate cookies modeled after Starlord's mixtape from Guardians of the Galaxy. These sweet treats would surely be a symphony of sugar in your mouth!
This Pie Is Out Of This World
Could you imagine a dessert that looks both gory and delicious at the same time? Christine McConnell is a photographer and baker who has achieved that with a strawberry pie inspired by Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant. If you didn't know it was a pie, you would think twice about eating something that looks so realistic!
Chef Gusteau Would Approve Of This Cake
Many people cringe at the mere thought of rats, but they might not upon seeing this adorable Ratatouille cake! South Africa-based Joy Blom runs SweetJoy, a mother-daughter business that makes delicious cakes! This Ratatouille cake might just be too adorable to cut into!
A Pudding Perfect For Luna Lovegood
If you're a fan of Harry Potter, then you know who Luna Lovegood is. With her quirky style and general weirdness, Luna is a walking version of "whimsy." That's exactly what went into the making of this pudding inspired by her! Teri of Spoon Fork Bacon made this strawberry pudding trifle complete with edible star glitter.
The Porgs Are Here To Make Everything Cute
Move aside Ewoks; there's a new cuddly space animal we love. Many Star Wars fanatics would consider Porgs, the adorable seabirds, to be the best intergalactic creature featured in 2017's Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi. Even more adorable are these Porg marshmallows that you can enjoy on top of a comforting cup of hot cocoa.
Pinkie Pie Would Approve
This is a chimi-cherry-changa made by The Geeky Chef. This recipe was inspired by a season two episode of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. In Episode 14, Pinkie Pie comes up with the idea of a cherry-filled chimichanga. The Geeky Chef created this scrumptious concoction, which they say tastes like a churro stuffed with cherry cheesecake! Mmmm.
If You Can't Make It To Japan...
If you're an avid Gilmore Girls fan, then you might recall the time that Lorelei made dessert sushi to cheer up Rory. Of course, Lorelai's version was made entirely of candy! Alexa Peduzzi is the genius behind this dessert sushi, which she made completely with whole foods. Shredded coconut, fresh fruit, and a good dose of chocolate go into these treats.
Leave The Gun, Take The Cannoli
Jennifer is the food blogger behind Peanut Butter & Peppers. She was inspired by The Godfather to make these Pistachio and Cherry Cannoli Cups. While these desserts aren't explicitly featured in the movie, Jennifer was inspired by the infamous line, "Leave the gun, take the cannoli." Jennifer used light phyllo dough in place of a traditional cannoli shell.
You Would Find This Dessert In A Wes Anderson Flick
If you've seen Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel, then you certainly might recall this colorful concoction. In the movie, Ralph Fiennes's character asks the lobby boy to get him a courtesan au chocolat from a shop named Mendl's. The pastry in question is pretty much just chocolate creme-filled profiteroles. Andrew Rea recreated this for his YouTube show, Binging with Babish.
Michael Scott Would Order Something Like This
Andrew Rea makes all sorts of meals that come from movies and television show. This is a photo of The Works Pretzel, which was inspired by an episode of The Office in which Michael Scott orders a pretzel with all 18 available toppings. Rea made the pretzel from scratch and added all the toppings mentioned in the episode.
Scrump Was Made With Love
In Lilo & Stitch, Lilo has a handmade doll named Scrump, much to the disgust of her peers. We think Scrump is a lovely toy and Shirley of Little Miss Bento does too. That's why she made this bread in the shape of Scrump! What's even more impressive is that they're made from scraps she had leftover from a different recipe.
Your Ticket To Wonderland
We all remember that scene in Alice in Wonderland where Alice is trapped in a room with nothing but those enticing biscuits and cookies that practically beg her to eat them. The baker behind Diamonds for Dessert recreated those cookies and she's done a pretty excellent job! We hope these ones don't make you shrink, though.
Gotta Catch All These Before They Melt!
Rosanna Pansino also made these delightful Pokémon-themed ice cream cones. Everything she did to create these treats can be replicated in your own home. Not only did she make the waffle cones from scratch, she also made the faces out of chocolate that she traced from a template she made online. Pikachu's ears are made of pineapple!
These Minion Pops Are Quite Addictive
These little guys were made by Beth of Hungry Happenings. Beth turned a favorite summertime treat into a fun on-the-go treat! These S'mores lollipops are sure to please the biggest minion fans. These would be great party favors at any birthday dessert table or even as a simple after-school snack.
A Treat Even A Vampire Might Like
These Vampire Vanilla Raspberry Parfaits are to die for. Dina is the mastermind behind Deliciously Darling. In honor of the HBO show True Blood, Dina created these delicious parfaits with sinful layers of vanilla pudding, raspberry preserves, and whipped topping. They are the perfect dessert to sink your teeth into.