Check out the latest lifelike cake from ‘Texas Cake House’ before it flies away

The cake artists who run Sideserf Cakes and star in the Food Network show “Texas Cake House” have made cakes that looks like a bleeding heart, a chimp, LeBron James and the human-eating plant from Little Shop of Horrors.

But earlier this year while filming for the show, Natalie and Dave Sideserf made a cake for the Umlauf Sculpture Garden that will make you look twice.

This blue heron cake will be featured on Saturday’s episode of “Texas Cake House.” Contributed by Food Network

Inspired by a blue heron that occasionally visited the sculpture garden off Barton Springs Road, the cake artists made a life-sized heron with realistic feathers and two legs sturdy enough to hold up the edible bird.

It’s a sugar sculpture in a sculpture garden and an impressive one at that. You can catch the whole episode with the blue heron cake — “Fly Me to the Moon” is the name of the episode if you want to record or search for it — this Saturday at noon on the Food Network.

ICYMI last week, the Sideserfs made this two-headed dog cake for Roky Erickson’s 70th birthday.

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Below, you’ll find a few photos of the Sideserf’s amazing cakes.

Photos from SideserfCakes.com

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