Want a purple-fondant covered, cheetah print cake with neon pink icing?
, Baltimore bad boy and star of the
, has a solution. He has instroduced more than
--such as fondant, graffiti (spray-on color), and edible cake "tattoos" made of rice paper--so that the home baker can take a cake from blasé to bangin'. Sweet-toothed customers can find the line at
or online. Products range from $1.99 for
to $24.99 for a tub of
, a thick, nonperishable decorating confection, with every item toting a smiling Goldman on the packaging. Goldman created the line in conjunction with Minnesota-based
, a company best known for stationary. He says he picked the company because they really listened to him. "I designed, worked on, and spent time on it," Goldman says of the products, which he designed for "the people who see my cake show and say, ‘I want to do that.'" It's not just the home cooks either. Goldman imagines budding businesses using the tools that made him famous—tools he couldn't find when he started
in 2000. Golfman also plans to visit the factory in China where the line is manufactured to make sure the workers are being treated fairly. "It's my name on there," he says. "I want my name to mean something for a long time."