It's a big week here at Martha Stewart HQ. Our latest book, "Martha Stewart's Cupcakes" comes out tomorrow, June 2. To celebrate the book's release, we are running a Cupcake Challenge with our radio hosts and other hosts from Sirius XM! We have a wide array of entries -- from a meatloaf surprise to a super-duper frosty treat! The best part is that YOU get to pick the winner! Please vote on appearance since you obviously can't taste the cupcakes. Check out the photos below, and scroll till the end of this post to vote! You have until 1 p.m. ET on Friday, June 5 to vote!
UPDATE: Contest is over. Congratulations to Paulie Kodila and his cheeseburger cupcakes! Thanks everyone for voting!
Kim Fernandez, co-host of "Morning Living," made a cupcake creation that reminds us of campfires: S'mores Cupcakes!
Paulie Kodila (producer of "Whatever with Alexis and Jennifer") made a cupcake that's a tribute to the perfect cheeseburger. These Cheeseburger Slider Cupcakes were created using the tops of yellow and chocolate cupcakes. The cheese is rolled-out, dyed Marzipan and was cut using a small pairing knife. The lettuce is dyed shreds of coconut, and the ketchup is red icing from the supermarket. The top of the bun was sprinkled with sesame seeds.
Covino and Rich, hosts of their own namesake show on Sirius XM, made Sunflower Cupcakes -- chocolate cupcakes with sweet vanilla buttercream frosting and fondant.
Lisa G. of the Howard Stern 100 channel made I Love NY Cupcakes. The skyscrapers are made from licorice wheels.
Sandy Gluck, co-host of "Everyday Food," whipped up a hearty cupcake: Italian meatloaf cupcakes iced with roasted garlic mashed potatoes and garnished with chive blossoms and grape tomatoes.
Jane Pratt, host of her own show on Sirius Stars, made a frosting concoction with her 6-year-old daughter, Charlotte. Charlotte doesn't like the cake part, so they decided to make a fun cupcake for kids who only like the icing. Fun for Charlotte means pink, purple, and sugar!
Organizing guru Peter Walsh of Oprah Radio shared his before and after photos of his sweet treat. It resembles a Willy Wonka wonderland!
Terri Trespicio, host of "Whole Living," made a gluten-free vanilla cupcake with homemade vanilla frosting. It's topped with sprinkles and a strawberry. Ta da!
Frank DeCaro, host of "The Frank DeCaro Show" on OutQ has a bold statement: "My cupcake was so beautiful that I ate it."
Mark Says Hi from Raw Dog Radio made a special Star Wars cupcake. He says, "It is a dark time for the Rebellion. Although the Death Star has been destroyed, The evil lord Darth Vader, obsessed with finding young Skywalker, has dispatched thousands of remote cupcakes into the far reaches of space..."