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Baker Tigga Mac leaves fan guessing which item on the shelf at Chemist Warehouse is actually cake

One of these beauty products is not like the others: Can you spot the cake hiding among the moisturisers?

  • A talented baker shocked thousands with her realistic-looking moisturiser cake
  • Tigga Maccormack, from Melbourne, is known online for hiding cakes in stores 
  • In a TikTok clip, Tigga challenged fans to guess which item on the shelf is cake
  • After hundreds of guesses she revealed the cake was a Palmer’s moisturiser

A creative baker has wowed thousands after hiding her ultra-realistic looking cake on the shelf at a chemist. 

Tigga Maccormack, from Melbourne, shared a video challenging fans to guess which item on the shelf at Chemist Warehouse was made of cake. 

She shocked viewers and the store’s cashier in a follow-up clip when she revealed one of the bottles of Palmer’s Coco Butter moisturiser was actually an edible dessert. 

   

Can you spot the cake? Talented Baker Tigga Maccormack has gone viral for her TikTok videos where she hides her ultra realistic looking cakes in stores and supermarkets 

‘I’m here at Chemist warehouse in Chadstone, I’ve hidden a cake and I want to see if you guys can find it,’ Tigga said as she browsed the aisles encouraging followers to find her disguised cake. 

Tigga has become known online for her ‘Spot the Cake’ series and said this was the ‘hardest yet’ even getting lost herself in the store trying to find her creation. 

Viewers were quick to comments their guesses before the reveal. 

In her latest 'Spot the Cake' video, Tigga had thousands guessing which item at Chemist Warehouse wasn't real before revealing the one of the Palmer's moisturisers was edible

In her latest ‘Spot the Cake’ video, Tigga had thousands guessing which item at Chemist Warehouse wasn’t real before revealing the one of the Palmer’s moisturisers was edible 

Tigga said this was the 'hardest 'Spot the Cake' yet' even getting lost herself in the store trying to find her creation

The baker then took the 'moisturiser' to the checkout shocking the worker behind the register by taking a big bite of the ultra-realistic looking cake

Tigga then took the ‘moisturiser’ to the checkout shocking the worker behind the register by taking a big bite of the ultra-realistic looking cake

‘Blue Nivea bottle without the sticker up top?’ one person asked while another speculated: ‘Green bottle, top shelf, far left one?’. 

But it was the Palmers moisturiser on the third shelf down that turned out to be the cake which many said they guessed because the label was a slightly lighter blue than the others. 

‘I was so glad to see I fooled so many people but it was in fact the Palmers Coco Butter, now it’s time to trick the cashier,’ Tigga said as she took the cake off the shelf to bring to the register. 

Just as the checkout worker was about the scan the ‘moisturiser’ Tigga grabbed it back off her and took a big bite much to the employee’s shock and amusement. 

Tigga revealed how she made the amazing cake, this time using a mould to resemble exact right size and shape to the moisturiser bottles

Tigga revealed how she made the amazing cake, this time using a mould to resemble exact right size and shape to the moisturiser bottles

She made the moulds by placing two bottles of Palmer's coco butter into a silicone substance and left it to set

Tigga then poured white chocolate into the moulds to make the outer layer and, once set, filled it with sponge cake and icing

She poured white chocolate into the moulds to make the outer layer and, once set, filled it with sponge cake and icing

‘I WAS COMPLETELY FOOLED!’ one fan exclaimed ion the comments. 

‘I thought it was that one! The white part in the cocoa bit was waaaay whiter then the other ones,’ another wrote. 

‘I’ve given up guessing which is the cake. I always get it wrong,’ laughed a third.  

Tigga revealed how she made the amazing cake, this time using a mould to resemble exact right size and shape to the moisturiser bottles. 

She made the moulds by placing two bottles of Palmer’s coco butter into a silicone substance and left it to set.  

She then fused the two halves together with more melted white chocolate and stuck on two edible label

'This is the first time that we've ever done this so the moment those cakes came out of the moulds omg the relief,' she said

She then fused the two halves together with more melted white chocolate and stuck on two edible label

She poured white chocolate into the moulds to make the outer layer and, once set, filled it with sponge cake and icing. 

‘This is the first time that we’ve ever done this so the moment those cakes came out of the moulds omg the relief,’ she said. 

She then fused the two halves together with more melted white chocolate and stuck on two edible label. 

‘Normally I would hand-carve my cake to shape, cover it in ganache and fondant but I’m so glad we went in this direction because the cake turned out perfect,’ she said adding she used real coco butter in the recipe. 

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