Cakes don't need to be a traditional circular or square shape to be impressive. Thanks to the popularity of 3D printing, bakers of all skill levels can design a cake that looks like a prop from a sci-fi movie.
Ukraine pastry chef Dinara Kasko has not only created inspiring geometric cakes, she's selling her 3D-printed sphere molds -- complete with her recipes -- so adventurous bakers can make their own edible works of art.
The sphere cake mold -- which comes in four separate pieces -- measures 2.3 inches (60x60 millimeters) and is made of food-grade silicone. The mold retails for $43 (about £33 or AU$56).
The molds let the baker fill the confections with yummy surprises like raspberry mousse and black currant cream so when you slice the cake, its cross-section looks artistic too.
The possibilities for making interesting cakes that delight both the eyes and the tastebuds are endless.
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