Pastry chef uses 3D printer to make geometric puddings

Pastry chef uses 3D printer to make geometric puddings

34
0

A Ukrainian architect turned pastry chef is combining her two sets of skills to create design-inspired desserts using a 3D printer. Dinara Kasko says she wants to create sweet treats that at first glance don’t look like food at all. Cut it the object open and all is revealed: it’s a cake. These are just some of the unusual desserts created by the Ukrainian architect turned pastry chef Dinara Kasko using 3D printing technology. Kasko, who’s based in Kharkiv, studied to become an architect but quit her promising career to start baking cakes. She faced criticism from family and friends for doing so, but she has since proved them all wrong. Thanks to social media, her unique desserts and cakes are becoming increasingly popular in Ukraine and beyond.