Larger-than-life cowboy boots have one baker stepping out of her comfort zone to wow a rancher for his surprise birthday party. Another baker goes to great pains to sculpt the perfect fondant-free buttercream Mexican dress cake. And a Fort Worth baker creates painstaking centerpieces for an ocean-themed wedding complete with a scuba tank groom's cake.
A groom's cake with a Game of Thrones theme isn't complete without a sculpted ice dragon and an intricately carved Iron Throne. The ultimate block party celebrates Chinese New Year with a cake so over the top it literally smokes. Then, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Fort Worth Stockyards Championship Rodeo, 24 layers of cowboy coffee cake are turned into the world's largest belt buckle, and the real question is whether it will hold up to being delivered right to the arena floor.
The artists at Frosted Art Bakery roll up their sleeves to create a five-foot alligator cake that's so lifelike it could have crawled right out of the swamp. Later, Society Bakery proudly shows their appreciation for one of Dallas' finest with a police badge cake that replicates the retiring officer's shield. Finally, young gun baker Dylan Humphrey crafts a giant golf cart cake that looks realistic enough to take for a spin.
Wunderkind Dylan Humphrey builds a five-foot-tall oil derrick cake for a groom who works on an oil rig. Frosted Art Bakery tackles a lifelike cake of giant jellyfish complete with edible tentacles, and love is in the air when a young romantic proposes with a special cake containing a secret compartment.
One deserving veteran's family is celebrated with a tank cake so accurate it rivals its 11-ton counterpart. Then a wine-and-cheese festival has one baker creating lookalike cakes so authentic they're bound to fool the experts. Finally, a groom's cake gives new meaning to the phrase "Gone Fishin'."
An extravagant Bollywood-themed fundraiser has one baker outdoing herself by building a six-foot cake that includes cakes within more cakes. Next, the Dude may abide but he also shows up as an awesome groom's cake. Finally, a giant egg cake is intricately adorned inside and out to pay homage to a baker's grandmother's traditional paintings.
One baker creates a hyper-realistic dinosaur cake straight out of the Jurassic era for a company that makes life-size dinos. Then we keep the theme of traveling back in time with a DeLorean Time Machine cake with working headlights made for a fan expo. Finally, a DJ Bear Klaw cake drops a few tasty beats for a weekend music festival.
A university marching band recognizes a star performer with a bass drum cake he can actually wear. A growing family then celebrates a baby shower with a parade of six elephant cakes and a group of wide-eyed kids gather for a birthday party where a giant cake is guaranteed to bring smiles.
The Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame commemorates a historic location with a full-size saddle cake that looks like it's made from hand-tooled leather. A groom's cake represents everything near and dear to him as it includes a replica of his boat. And the Dallas Farmers Market gets a fresh take on a unique produce stand with cakes that look like fresh fruits and vegetables.
A beautiful bride-to-be gets a surprise octagonal cake that telescopes into five tiers at the press of a button. A groom who is obsessed with the Mustang from the movie Gone in 60 Seconds requests a replica cake with working headlights, and one baker crafts a groom's cake to look like his trusty barbecue smoker.
Something unexpected pops out of a very special cake for a mariachi celebration. Dinosaur World is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the movie Jurassic Park with a gigantic dinosaur cake that captures an iconic scene from the film. Then, one baker is tasked with creating an out-of-this-world cake to celebrate teachers at an end-of-year party.