At Tablespoon we enjoy inventive and smart new ideas, so it’s no surprise we would honor one of the most famous brainiacs to ever live, Albert Einstein.
March 14 just happens to be Mr. Einstein’s birthday, and in honor of the legend that was not only known for his intelligence, but also his quirky sense of humor, we found 12 genius desserts we think would tickle his fancy.
This innovative rainbow salad takes gelatin mold to a new gorgeous level.
This isn’t just one smart cookie…it’s TWO smart cookies!
How do you invent new ways to make vanilla cake interesting? Turn it into a glorious rainbow layer cake!
We bet Einstein would have loved to nom on these sky parfaits while working out his theories on the universe.
Einstein’s birthday also happens to be Pi Day! Celebrate both occasions with this awesome hand “pi” by Peabody!
Inspired by the Dutch-Indonesia method of making Spekkoek, these colorful and unique rainbow cubes by Hungry Rabbit
make for a colorful bite sized dessert!
Ale, pretzels, caramel…what isn’t there to love? This delicious flavor and texture combination by Sprinkle Bakes
will have you saying “Why didn’t I think of that!”
Einstein loved ice cream and while you could buy a tub at the store, instead work that science and make your own! Einstein would be proud.
Fried ice cream is so good, but the calories aren’t. Here’s a smart way to get your fried ice cream fix.
While Einstein is best known for E
these amazing Key Lime Sushi desserts give a whole new meaning to the equation. Eating these = in my mouth faster than the speed of light.
Einstein loved music, so enjoy a slice of piano cake while listening to his favorite Mozart symphonies.
Supposedly Einstein’s housecat was prone to bouts of melancholy, but these cute kitty cookies would make even the saddest of cats smile!