German Bakery Celebrates Year Of Covid Vaccine With Syringe-Shaped Cakes

Take a look at the syringe-shaped cakes made by this German bakery.HighlightsA bakery in Dortmund, Germany has created an interesting cakeThe cake is shaped like a syringe with a message on itIt was made to celebrate the year of the Covid-19 vaccineThe year of Coronavirus pandemic is finally behind us, with 2021 bringing much to look forward to. The rollout of vaccines to frontline workers and individuals has begun in many countries across the world – giving citizens much reason to celebrate. And no celebration is complete without a cake, right? A German bakery named Schuerner’s Baking Paradise in the town of Dortmund, Germany, has created an interesting syringe-shaped cake to celebrate the year of the Covid-19 vaccine. Take a look:A German bakery is celebrating the arrival of the coronavirus vaccine with syringe-shaped cakes. This is not the bakery’s first virus-themed creation, last year they sold cakes denews24nationed to look like toilet paper https://t.co/t6BRlclWsrpic.twitter.com/vES4MS85Ui— Reuters (@Reuters) January 9, 2021(Also Read: Tsunami Cake: The Latest Viral Food Trend That Has Left Instagram Mesmerised)This is not the first instance that the bakery has innovated with the items keeping Coronavirus in mind. As supermarkets ran out of toilet paper in many cities across the world, the German bakery created innovative cakes shaped like toilet paper. The novel toilet paper cakes launched in March 2020 became all the rage on social media, garnering attention from consumers and selling like hot cakes (literally). Take a look:(Also Read: Surat Bakery Creates 771kg Cake On PM Modi’s Birthday With Corona Warriors Theme)Although the toilet paper cakes were a hit, the bakery’s owner Tim Kortuem was initially worried about his syringe-shaped cakes. He felt they would be taking a step too far, taking up an issue of a vaccine which is slowly being adopted by he population. “First we were a bit sceptical whether it would be a bit too macabre,” he said to Reuters. “But then we did it after all. Because even for anti-vaxxers it’s funny. It is a vaccine without any side effect since . And you can come back and get another one because it is so yummy.”PromotedSyringe-shaped cakes are displayed for sale at Dortmund’s Schuerener Backparadies bakery as Germany continues the rollout of the coronavirus vaccine. More photos of the day: https://t.co/L9XW3Y16uS ???? Leon Kuegeler pic.twitter.com/H5j5GmiujC— Reuters Pictures (@reuterspictures) January 11, 2021What do you think about the syringe-shaped cakes? Would you eat the yummy creations? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js