Final week, we requested you to ship us your most extravagant Penn State-themed muffins. It’s no shock that many Penn Staters went all out.
Submitted muffins lined the whole lot from Beaver Stadium replicas to life-like Lion Shrines. We obtained muffins from birthdays, weddings, graduations, tailgates, and extra.
Whether or not you embellish muffins for a residing or just acquired bored one afternoon, that they had us drooling. We compiled a few of our favourite submissions under:
These two lovebirds positively confirmed their Penn State pleasure once they tied the knot. Cassano, who graduated in 2012, mentioned this Lion Shrine look-a-like was the groom’s cake at her wedding ceremony, and it was sculpted utilizing Rice Krispies.
This Beaver Stadium duplicate is nothing in need of wonderful. It has me eager for the nice ol’ days after we might cheer on the Nittany Lions in individual. Hartnett mentioned this cake was made by Carlo’s Bakery (dwelling of the legendary Cake Boss!), for a commencement social gathering. The element on this cake is impeccable—it even has an S-Zone.
R. Scott Younger
This cake offers conventional wedding ceremony vows a aggressive twist. Younger says it was the Groom’s cake at his wedding ceremony, and the textual content was impressed by a tattoo he has on his ankle.
One more beautiful Beaver Stadium creation. This model is full with a Penn State staff bus and a School GameDay setup. Regardless of the 2009 timestamp, this cake appears prefer it might be for this Saturday.
Saller has made many Penn State-themed muffins over time. This model of her Beaver Stadium cake represents the Stripe Out sport, and it even has an S-Zone. To not point out the print job of the sector actually sends this cake excessive.
This cake, made by Katie’s Kreations Bakery, is roofed with Penn State references. It has elements of the Alma Mater written in blue icing, in addition to a silhouette of Outdated Predominant on the alternative facet. What Penn State fan wouldn’t love this blue and white marvel?
Martin, who graduated in 1992, created this masterpiece for a homecoming tailgate. The cake even has pretend grass and vehicles to simulate an actual tailgate. If we will’t stand in Beaver Stadium, we’d as effectively eat it. Martin proves that you just don’t want the Cake Boss to make a killer Beaver Stadium cake (sorry, Buddy).