CupcakesTaketheCake

Thursday, October 02, 2008

Periodic table of elements as displayed by mini cupcakes

These were made by our reader reader Sarah Newman, an astrophysics grad student at UC Berkeley, who writes:

I recently had a Science Rules! party and made a periodic table of mini cupcakes (I omitted the transition metals, because that was way too much). Anywhere, here's a picture. The colors separate the different groups (i.e. halogens, non-metals,
noble-gases...) The cupcakes came from a nearly flourless recipe, so really dense and kind of like brownies, with a bailey's cream cheese frosting.


Cupcakes as periodic table of elements

2 comments:

peachfish said...

Oh...Bailey's and cream cheese are two of my favorite things!

Frites said...

God..I love that. I'm such a nerd.