Have your cake and eat it too – both possible at Choccywoccydoodah!

After admiring shoes for over an hour at Irregular Choice on Carnaby Street I moved onto creative eatible art. This post should come with a warning that these are real baked goods that look sooooo good you may want to jump through your screen. The issue is they are such pieces of art that only the smell of fresh baked cakes, whipped icing, and chocolates beg to differ. Wait until you see inside this cake store! AHHHH….to die for!

It’s crazzzy ridiculous at the amount of time that has gone into such delicacies. Choccywoccydoodah cracks 3,000 free range eggs per week and each one is cracked by a human hand. Keep in mind that as you enter this door that EVERYTHING IS EDIBLE!!!

Shoe Cake

Love quote Cake

Valentine Cake

Butterflies Cake

Chunky Bars

Cafe Upstair Artistic Sign

Wild Giant Cake

Wedding Cake

London Fresh Baked Event Cake

Skull Cake

Choccywoccydoodah Carnaby Street Cafe Welcome Sign

Ahhhh…..I could have seriously died and gone to heaven….if only I could have eaten even a bit of cake here.  Considering we didn’t have reservations in the small upstairs cafe I was on a mission for CAKE thereafter! One whiff of the sugary, sweet confections and I was toast! Before I leave the U.S.A. for my next trip to London I will be sure to reserve space at the top of these stairs. 🙂

For now, I’ll show you my unbelievable sketchy find that was beyond remarkable. Let’s just hope the Regent Street cake cafe doesn’t disappoint like the cake in Harrod’s, otherwise I’ll be missing another piece of the one and only fabulous….Sketch! Click here to see how cool this place is!

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Christi Tasker
Christi Tasker For more than 10 years, Christi Tasker was a nationally acclaimed award-winning retailer and interior designer. While she treasured and nurtured her gift boutique and interior design company, she ultimately discovered her true passion – MARKETING and BRANDING! With an eye for detail that only comes from a skilled and experienced designer, Christi learned the secrets to creating a clear, concise brand – one both unmistakable and unforgettable − that would stand out from the crowd. The interest in marketing and branding for businesses actually had its beginning in her family. As did many devoted moms, Christi shadowed her then eleven-year-old daughter, Macy, whenever she ventured online. On one particular day, Christi had an epiphany as she watched Macy scour MySpace for any news in the virtual world of “Webkinz.” Christi placed an order for those lovable furry friends, with their special codes for use with online games, and when they arrived, she shared the news on MySpace, not knowing at the time that she had crafted her first social media campaign. When the college gates went down on Facebook, Christi immediately became one of the first non-college friends of Facebook. And more than just a casual user, she quickly discovered a side of Facebook that only programmers knew about – The Facebook Developer − full of options and tools to help companies better use the web. Christi quickly recognized that marketers either needed to be formally educated about social media or needed a partner to manage their sites. She launched a social media marketing company, which today provides social media branding, strategy, monitoring and training worldwide. Before long, she realized her ability to keep up with her many social media accounts was hampered by the lack of a suitable tool to keep everything in one place. Christi decided the best way to do a job properly was to “do it yourself” and developed PuTTin’ OuT (Socially Accepted) a set of tools to moderate, manage, create, schedule, and publish content, and automatically engage people, all in a single package. In early 2009, Christi began traveling nationally as a social media expert speaker for various brands and businesses, and today is a sought-after social media keynote speaker at the foremost conferences worldwide. she also appears on NBC as a social media advisor/expert.
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