Pastry chef Cedric Grolet’s playful, delicious Rubik’s Cube cakes

One thing is better than a mind-based puzzle, and that’s a puzzle made of cake. Pastry chef and general genius of baking, Cédric Grolet (2016 best pastry chef according to the Relais Desserts association), is getting loads of attention on the internet thanks to his snazzy Rubik’s cake. This appetizing geometric creation in tribute to the famous Rubik’s Cube is served in the Le Dali restaurant of the prestigious hotel Le Meurice, Paris. The Rubik’s cake is made of teeny cubes of cakes arranged into Rubik’s cube inspired designs. Sadly they’re not all connected, so you can’t actually figure out the puzzle then eat your hard-work. But you can Instagram the cakes and eat something delicious. Which is probably just as satisfying. As well as looking delightful, the cakes likely taste brilliant too. Cédric is a wizard of sugar-based delights, and each cube has its own flavor. They’re perfect for sharing, but you could definitely eat one alone.

Pastry chef Cedric Grolets playful, delicious Rubiks Cube cakes

Pastry chef Cedric Grolets playful, delicious Rubiks Cube cakes

Pastry chef Cedric Grolets playful, delicious Rubiks Cube cakes

Pastry chef Cedric Grolets playful, delicious Rubiks Cube cakes

Pastry chef Cedric Grolets playful, delicious Rubiks Cube cakes

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