These cupcakes, made to look like spaghetti and meatballs, are available at the Cake Cupcakery in Lubbock, Texas.
These finger-food favorites may look like savory egg rolls, but they're in fact filled with a sweet combination of apples and cinnamon.
Grant Achatz created this foie gras meringue for the menu at his restaurant, Alinea, in Chicago.
At first glance this appears to be a standard frosted layer cake. In reality, this concoction consists of meatloaf "cake" and mashed potato "frosting" — decorated with Parmesan and cherry tomatoes on top.
This cupcake, decorated to resemble a cheeseburger, was made by the Cupcake Café in New York City.
These traditional-looking nachos, which appear to be loaded with cheese, salsa, beans, and sour cream, are actually cinnamon- and sugar-dusted tortilla chips topped with candied cherries, chocolate chips, grated mango, and condensed milk.
This deconstructed Caesar salad is available at The Bazaar by José Andrés in Los Angeles.
Pepperoni pizza, anyone? While a slice of this pie certainly won't satisfy a meat lover's craving, it's bound to be a sweet surprise. This pizza has a puff pastry base that is topped with white frosting, raspberry sauce, and white chocolate "pepperonis" (dyed red with food coloring).
These cupcakes are decorated to resemble a classic TV dinner, complete with chicken, peas and carrots, mashed potatoes with gravy, and a traditional cupcake for "dessert."