The latest and greatest cake from Sugar Drop!




OK, everything from Sugar Drop is amazing, but this cake was just beyond. My cousin had a superheroes themed birthday for her 4-year-old son, and since her little ones are super obsessed with basketball, Safia from Sugar Drop made this ‘Superheroes Playing Basketball’ red velvet cake!

So, get this: The court was made of one giant sugar cookie., and the inside the layers were chocolate chip cookies. Seriously, why haven’t you had a cake made from her yet??

Contact info:
Safia Khalid of Sugar Drop
Email: [email protected]



Recent Comments


  1. jummi wrote:

    still cant get over this. success.

    Posted 8.3.09
  2. Sarah wrote:

    whoa that looks amazing.

    Posted 8.3.09
  3. babafisa wrote:

    Here a ton of information here. Thanks! I’ll be back for more

    Posted 8.3.09
  4. sidrah wrote:

    omg this soooo cute and so incredibly creative! you should have her make a cake for beauty & the feast. and then invite your blog fans. sounds like a plan.

    Posted 8.3.09
  5. shyema wrote:

    fabulous idea, hope she reads it haha

    Posted 8.3.09
  6. Erica Sung wrote:

    omg WOWW.. this is sooo proo lol she hsould go on those cake competitions on food network

    Posted 8.3.09
  7. Summar wrote:

    mmm Red Velvet. now this one I’ve gotta try!

    Posted 8.3.09
  8. narima wrote:

    love the cake safia is so talented —— will try it if i come to nj

    Posted 8.3.09
  9. Floost wrote:

    I added your blog to bookmarks. And i’ll read your articles more often!

    Posted 8.3.09
  10. ultra surf wrote:

    Thank you very much for that great article

    Posted 8.3.09
  11. These is an awesome cake. I love Spidey someone was extremely creative in planning and executing this case. Sugar Drop rocks!!!

    Posted 8.4.09
  12. This is phenomenal. I will take note of her contact info. for future events! What was the frosting made of?

    Posted 8.4.09
  13. Safia wrote:

    Hi Everyone! Thanks for the comments!

    I would love to do a cake for beauty and the feast! Shy, just let me know when and where!

    I used buttercream icing on the cake. The only parts of it that was not buttercream was the superman cape and the yellow windows on the batman building: those were made of fondant.

    Posted 8.4.09
  14. Sameera wrote:

    This reminds me of Ace of Cakes. I’m surprised it all stayed up when its make out of chocolate chip cookies..She did a good job

    Posted 8.6.09
  15. Jess B. wrote:

    WOW you should have your own channel on the food network!!

    do you do wedding cakes also??

    Posted 8.6.09
  16. Safia wrote:

    I actually haven’t done any wedding cakes yet, but I would love to give it a try. My sister makes great wedding cakes though, if you’re looking.

    Posted 8.6.09
  17. Kay P wrote:

    Oh wow…they should set up a website of all their work and stuff. Might generate more traffic and increase sales. Especially if people can see it all in once place.

    Posted 8.6.09
  18. Farakh wrote:

    Were the buildings edible?

    Posted 8.7.09
  19. shyema wrote:

    but of course 🙂

    Posted 8.7.09
  20. Lessy wrote:

    Thank you very much for that dazzling article

    Posted 8.9.09
  21. warnet wrote:

    You already got some great responses…

    Posted 9.2.09
  22. Nabila wrote:

    omg SO cute! and creative too. Ummm I also have a cousin whose son is named Aydin…. creepsters!

    Posted 3.22.10

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