Making A Rubik's Cake Might Just Be Easier Than Solving A Rubik's Cube

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Since the Rubik's Cube was introduced in the 1980's, it's become an obsession for puzzle-solvers everywhere. It’s not surprising, as there's likely no sweeter satisfaction than matching up all six sides to be solid blocks of red, green, blue, yellow, orange and white. Surely this colorful cube deserves to be immortalized in the most satisfying medium possible: cake. Our go-to cake master at How To Cake It, who has previously made deliciously deceptive cakes that mimic a plate of nachos and a pizza shows that, while there are challenges to making a perfectly cubed cake, the effort is totally worth it. The world record for solving a Rubik's Cube is 4.9 seconds, which could easily be matched as the world record for eating this awesome-looking cake.


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