Christina El Moussa Just Instagrammed the Mic Drop of Kids' Birthday Cakes

Christina El Moussa Just Instagrammed the Mic Drop of Kids' Birthday Cakes

Call it peak rainbow-unicorn food trend.

By Alesandra Dubin
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Top Chef Judges Rate the Unicorn Food Trend

 The judges on Bravo's Top Chef may have some — shall we say — tepid feelings about the brightly hued unicorn and rainbow foods out there. Specifically, Gail Simmons told The Feast that she plainly "hates" the trends. Padma Lakshmi was even blunter: "I don't care. Honestly. I mean, rainbows and sparkles and unicorns are great when it's a kids party but I'm an adult so... " (Press play on the clip above for all the judges' colorful feedback.)

But even Padma, who doesn't care for the trends, noted that they would be fully appropriate for a kid's birthday party — and that's exactly where Flip or Flop's Christina El Moussa discovered a cake that would drop most kids' jaws while taking her kids, Braydon and Taylor, with ex-husband Tarek El Moussa, to a birthday party.

The cake took the form of a unicorn, complete with golden hoofs and horns, and rainbow mane and tail.

In the comments, she noted the cake comes from Beverly's Bakery, in her home of Orange County, California.

Unicorns and cake 🦄 🎂 💜

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Indeed, the bakery offers tons of other on-trend cakes, such as geode theme:

...and mermaid theme.

Feeling hungry slash inspired by epic cakes? Check out eight outrageous cakes we can't believe exist in real life:

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Photo: Christina El Moussa/Instagram, Beverly's Bakery/Instagram

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