We only ever wanted to be able to do the Rubik's cube like everyone else could
Did you ever here about those kids who could do the Rubik’s cube in under a minute? We always dreamt of being able to do it but we've pretty much given up on that dream. But our loving feeling towards this colourful brick have come rushing back and what's more, this mind-based puzzle has arrived in cake form . Pastry chef and master of baking, Cédric Grolet, has gained lots of attention across the world wide web thanks to his funky Rubik’s cakes.
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These are tiny cubes of cakes arranged into Rubik’s cube inspired designs. Sadly they’re not all connected, so you can’t actually work out the puzzle then eat your work. However you can always Instagram the cakes and enjoy eating something delicious, which is very satisfying anyway.
As well as looking fabulous, the cakes taste brilliant too. Cédric is a definitely a master of sugar-based delights, and each cube has its own flavour. These are perfect for sharing, but you could definitely eat one alone. He also makes sparkling, glossy fake apples, filled with actual apples!
This story first appeared on The Metro