A baker who specialises in creating hyper-realistic cakes shaped like everything from bloodied toenails to discarded cigarette butts has revealed her creations are sometimes ‘too revolting’ to eat. Skilled baker Natasha, 49, from Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, also designs beautiful floral cakes but admits she has a dark sense of humour and enjoys making things that turn people off. She said: ‘I really like that twisting of expectations – of having a really delicious cookie but no-one wants to eat it, or they are revolted by it.’ Baker Natasha Collins, 49, from Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, loves to make cake designs that disgust people such as these bloody, severed finger cookies The creative mother of two makes unusual and incredibly realistic cake designs, including English breakfasts with burnt edges and fat bubbles Natasha, who also bakes intricate floral cakes, says nothing pleases her more than for people to be repulsed by her gruesome designs The married mother of two, who does not wish to name her 16 and 13-year-old children, specialises in confusing people’s taste buds. She serves up a realistic-looking full English breakfast – complete with burnt bits and fat bubbles – that turns out to be made from cookies, or Chinese takeaway noodles rustled… Read full this story
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