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Edible Rubik’s Cube

By bellalimento |

The Rubik’s Cube was such an iconic toy from my childhood and as all things do it seems to making it’s way back into popularity. It even seems there is now an edible version. We came across this Fruity Rubik’s Cube while swooning over at pinterest. It would make a fantastic appetizer or even dessert. It’s sure to be a huge hit at your next party or get together and will no doubt spark conversation. I imagine that you could use any combination of fruits and cheese cubes that you prefer. I really love the combination of watermelon and kiwi so this in addition to fresh mozzarella cubes is going to be my flavor combination.

I can’t wait to make this for my next get together!

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Paula Jones started her blog, Bell'alimento, in 2009 as a place to share her recipes with her friends and family. Along with her delicious recipes being a staple on Babble's Food channel, Jones has been featured on sites such as: Saveur, CNN’s Eatocracy, The Cooking Channel, and The Washington Post.

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11 thoughts on “Edible Rubik’s Cube

  1. Jeanette says:

    Stunning – what a beautiful creation!

  2. Sherri @ The Kitchen Prescription says:

    The colors are popping off the page. So vibrant. What a great idea. Sure to be a hit conversation piece at any food gathering.

  3. d4m4s74 says:

    Now just make it fully functional. (shouldn’t be so hard with some toothpicks and some clever cutting. Maybe some harder cheese.

  4. AMANDA says:

    LOOKS AMAZING, what a great way to dress up a simple day and make the kids want to eat their fruit!

  5. Cookin' Canuck says:

    Oh my goodness – this is the cutest idea! Great colors and flavors, Paula.

  6. heather says:

    Looks AMAZING! I bet those of us who can’t have dairy (my little one doesn’t tolerate it, and I’m breastfeeding, so I don’t get to have it either) could make it using only fruit.

  7. Matthew "mmWine" Horbund says:


  8. brianalevisohn says:

    Geeze I just L O V E this!
    Having a little one in April…Can’t wait to trick him into eating this in the future;)

  9. Bella's Mom says:

    Here is the original recipe for it. It is called a Watermelon Puzzle and it has fascinated the web for years.

  10. gloworm says:

    Hey, what do you think about feta cubes? Salty & Sweet combination…would that work?

  11. Martha Hobbs says:

    Looks great but there are no directions to make it. too bad

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