Streamer Bakes Perfect Replica Of Peach's Birthday Cake from Mario Party
Blaire "QTCinderella" has showed-off her fantastic baking skills by doing a real-life reconstruction of Peach's Birthday Cake from the original Mario Party game.
One of the most wonderful things about such an iconic game such as Mario is the plethora of fan art that the famous franchise has inspired. Some incredibly creative fans have found a way to recreate Mario in a variety of ways. For example, ever imagined how Mario would fare in Squid Game? Well, thanks to one incredibly talented fan, you don't have to. Although, if you're hoping to catch a glimpse of a real-life Mario Kart race in Japan, then you're out of luck I'm afraid.
Mario fan QTCinderella has highlighted her love for the franchise by using her baking skills to recreate Princess Peach's Birthday Cake board from the first Mario Party game and Mamma mia does it look amazing.
How Did QTCinderella Make Peach's Birthday Cake?
QtCinderella shared how she made the Princess Peach Birthday Cake via a YouTube video that she posted on February 7. The clip revealed that the whole process took her 20 hours across a three-day period to complete.
She subsequently finished the two-tiered pink cake along with icing figurines of iconic Mario characters, including Yoshi, Wario, Luigi, Donkey Kong, and the main man himself, of course.
After baking the cakes, QTCinderella then wrapped the bottom base in pink icing and sponge fingers, before decorating the smaller top cake in strawberry slices. She then moved on to the strawberry jelly on the top of the base cake and sandwiched the two tiers together.
The streamer proved she is a whiz with an icing bag by sculpting a rose with her eyes closed. Finally, all that was left to do was to add her figurines and a little crown for the very top.
What Does QTCinderella's Princess Peach Cake Look Like?
QTCinderella could not have been more proud of her culinary creation and she had every right to be. The streamer took to Twitter to reveal her bake and was subsequently showered with praise, as one fan said: "How the f**k do you keep making these masterpieces QT they are amazing."
This isn't the first time that QTCinderella has combined her love for Mario and baking. In April 2020, for example, she made the cake seen in Super Mario 64. The streamer claimed that she previously honed her cake-decorating skills while working in a bakery before becoming a full-time streamer. However, it's clear she hasn't forgotten her experiences and is still the Mary Berry of Mario cake recreations.
There may be rumours that a new Mario Party game is in the works. However, it's clear that the very first game still has a special place in the hearts of many fans, especially if they're willing to spend 20 hours recreating board from the game in cake form.