Gorgeous Gradients and Geometric Designs Baked Into ‘Almost Too Pretty To Eat’ Pies and Tarts

Gorgeous Gradients and Geometric Designs Baked Into ‘Almost Too Pretty To Eat’ Pies and Tarts –

 

 

Seattle-based pie baker Lauren Ko has a multitude of non-edible inspirations that influence her creative pastry designs, including textile patterns, architecture, and string art. These elements are woven into her colorful, and often geometric, fruit pies and tarts topped with thin, undulating strips of apples, precisely placed pomegranate seeds, and triangles of radiating strawberries. Often Ko will color a portion of her dough with natural food dyes like beet butter to add even more color to the finished dessert. You can learn step-by-step instructions for how Ko creates her enticing sweets in this video made by Tasty, and follow the evolution of her pies on Instagram.

 


 

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