There’s A New Dessert In Town! Rubik’s Cube Cakes Are Now A Real Thing

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If you’ve never heard of French chef Cédric Grolet, now is the time to get acquainted. Grolet was chosen as the best pastry chef of 2016 by the organization Relais Desserts. And how could they be wrong considering that Grolet has created Rubik’s Cube Cakes based on the 3-D combination puzzle made popular in the 80s.
You’re about to witness some of the best cake creations you’ve ever laid your eyes on. Not only that, as you drool over these tasty delicacies, we will give you some interesting facts about the history of the Rubik’s Cube. By the end of this article, you will be both hungry and incredibly knowledgeable.
Oh, and by the way, you don’t have to “solve” these cakes. You just have to eat them.
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The Rubik’s Cube was originally dubbed as the Magic Cube. The first one was sold in a toy shop in Budapest in 1975.
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The Magic Cube was eventually renamed as the Rubik’s Cube in 1980.
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The Rubik’s Cube was the official Toy of the Year in 1980 and 1981.
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There have been over 350 million Rubik’s Cubes sold worldwide. It is officially the best-selling toy of all time.
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Have you ever asked yourself how many different combinations there are on a Rubik’s Cube? Try 43,252,003,274,489,856,000. In other words, a lot!
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The best Rubik’s Cube solvers can solve the cube in under six seconds.
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One popular YouTube video featured a guy doing one-armed push-ups while solving the cube at the same time. He completed it in 25 seconds.
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Perhaps the most amazing feat was a guy who finished the cube in 28.8 seconds. What’s the big deal you ask? He did it blindfolded!
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