Take a Peek at Eye-Popping Cake Creations from Food Network’s ‘Dallas Cakes’ (PHOTOS)

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A Swampy Surprise
This five-foot-long alligator cake from Frosted Art Bakery is so realistic that it looks like it could bite back!

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Jumping Jellyfish!
Legendary cake designer Bronwyn Weber’s Frosted Art Bakery created this giant jellyfish cake—complete with edible tentacles— perfect for an event with an underwater theme.

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Mother of Dragons
The London Baker cake artist Elizabeth Rowe designed this Game of Thrones-themed groom’s cake. A sculpted ice dragon surrounds and protects an intricate Iron Throne that was made with 40 tiny, handmade fondant swords.

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Black Gold
Dylan Humphrey from Kool Kakes by Dylan built this five-foot-tall oil derrick cake for a groom who works on an oil rig.

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Enter the Dragon
When neighbors threw the ultimate block party celebrating Chinese New Year, Creme de La Creme’s Jamie Holder created a cake so hot it literally smokes!

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It’s wedding season and we’re hungry for cake!

While Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have already chosen Claire Ptak, from the London bakery Violet, to create a lemon elderflower cake with buttercream frosting, decorated with fresh flowers for their own wedding day, the talented bakers from Food Network’s Dallas Cakes turn their attention your big day and offer a few jaw-dropping cake ideas. (Bonus: A UK baker recently captured the royal couple in cake!)

Each episode of Dallas Cakes follows three talented bakers as they turn their clientele’s wildest imaginations into extraordinary customized confections. And since everything is bigger in Texas, these cakes have been elevated into over-the-top spectacles. Take a peek at some of this season’s most show-stopping cakes to get ideas for your own big day… or just to drool.

Dallas Cakes, Mondays, 10:30/9:30c, Food Network