Chabad-Lubavitch of Hawaii reportedly baked the world’s largest Chanukah cake-menorah last week, kindling the 2.5-foot-high and eight-foot-long candelabra at its “Chanukah in Ancient Israel” event.

The cake, which was lit by Pearl Krasnjansky, co-director of the Honolulu-based center, was made out of 71 boxes of store-bought cake mix and took five people six hours to assemble.

Baker Liza Shlomo used more than 10 pounds of frosting to decorate the menorah.