Life's a Beach, So Eat It!
Beach time is precious. There are only a few months out of the year when the weather is right for getting sand into everything you own. Most of the year you’re forced to watch Baywatch on Netflix, hoping and wishing. Even worse? Baywatch isn’t even on Netflix! Don’t let the bummers get you down. Enjoy the seashore vicariously by taking in all of this amazing beach-themed grub.
As a wise, and rhythmically precise, man once said, “I’d like to be, under the sea, in an octopus’ hummus in the shade.”
Now you can relive all of your favorite scenes from Cast Away, in edible cake form. Wilson! Wilsonnnnn.
Sand Dollar Shortbread Cookies
Unlike those slacker sand dollars, these cookies could each be worth an actual dollar. All you have to do is sell them at a bake sale.
Via The Happy Tummy
These cupcakes are so relaxing that you just might eat 10 of them and then fall into a deep slumber. In total fairness, however, eating 10 of just about any cupcake would do the same thing.
Want to really screw with people in a needlessly expensive way? Replace the watermelon chunks with sushi-grade tuna.
Like ground-up sandwich cookies in the hourglass, these are the days of our lives.
Via The Recipe Nut
Rice Krispie Treat Watermelon
Nothing says a day at the beach like a ripe, delicious watermelon. Unfortunately/fortunately, all of the refreshing water has been replaced by marshmallow and puffed rice.
Beach Ball Cake Pops
Ah, the humble and underappreciated beach ball finally gets its due with this delectable cake pop rendition.
Via Cutest Food
Sand Castle Cake
What is there to do at the beach besides read trashy romance novels? Why, build sand castles, of course. The best part about this sand castle cake? You can eat it once you are done building. If you try that with a regular sand castle you are liable to get committed.
Behold the mighty crab croissant and kneel before its carb-y and slightly fruity splendor.
Deviled Egg Boats
If only the gang from Lost had about a million deviled eggs and the capacity to turn them into giant boats, then that show would have lasted about 10 episodes.