You Just Have to See These Ridiculous Cakes

Crazy-impressive cakes are the name of the game on the all-new series Ridiculous Cakes.

Finished Fraggle Rock Cake. Food Network's Ridiculous Cakes, Season 1.

Let's just say that these aren't the cakes you'll be ordering for your next birthday.

On the all-new series Ridiculous Cakes, premiering January 1, 2018 at 10|9c, you'll be wowed and downright impressed—and perhaps a bit hungry for dessert—when you see showstopping creations from some of the best cake artists across the country. In place of usual layered chocolate, vanilla and red velvet beauties, these showstopping features will include a massive 500-pound replica of Earth and an upside-down chandelier. They're changing the cake game once and for all, and on Ridiculous Cakes, you'll get an insider's look at how these masterpieces are designed, created and decorated.

Alton Brown, an esteemed food-science guru who's no stranger to imaginative recipes, will be on hand to narrate the series and offer a one-of-a-kind look at the unparalleled process that's involved in bringing these creations to life.

Mark your calendars for the premiere of Ridiculous Cakes on January 1, 2018 at 10|9c.

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