Multilayered Birthday/Wedding/Any Reason Cake is Made Entirely of Pizza


Back in February, Jersey-born Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia ruled that a deep dish pizza pie is not pizza, but “tomato soup in a bread bowl.” He didn’t, however, say anything about a pizza cake.

Canadian chain Boston Pizza, who you may recall brought us the PizzaBurger around this time last year, is now hosting a contest to find the next “Pizza Game Changer.” Entries range from the mildly novel (pizza-flavored breath mints and pizza air fresheners) to the spectacularly outlandish (pizza-holding shirt pockets, gas-powered pizza cutters, and of course, a whole pizza-crusted pizza cake).

Boston Pizza fans vote for their favorites and the winner gets made into an actual product. Currently leading up the pack with just under 1000 votes is the pizza cake, which looks like a whole bunch of regular pizzas stacked one on top of the other and fused together by a massive golden crust wall. “Great for birthdays, bar mitzvahs, weddings, and even lonely nights watching infomercials.”

Personally, my money is on the heavy duty, theft-proof Pizza Protector. I mean, obviously.

H/T Brand Eating

Dominique would be a foodie if she had money to pay for food. For now, she gets by just looking at food photography, which results in at least one more starving journalism student every time Instagram breaks down.

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  • Sean Jones

    and Scalia also thinks that corporations are people, further proof that he has no business behind the bench

    • Jimbo

      ^ What a dumbass

      • Tygr Wudz

        ^ What a fag

        • kayte

          ^^^ what?

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  • Anonymous

    This is actually worth reporting on.
    Good job Foodbeast.

  • Sharon Knight

    I want the recipe to the pizza cake

  • Joan Morgan

    I agree with Sharon Knight…I want the recipe…can you maybe email me the recipe? ..hopefully it can be sent…many thanks…Joan

  • Trisha

    Anyone want to give this on my birthday? Pizza cake will be cool but expensive! Time to create my own homemade pizza at the backyard.