Chefjet 3D Dessert Printer

Of all the goodies at CES, the Chefjet 3D Printer was probably the one we wanted to sneak back on the plane with us the most. It’s a game changer. The series of printers (one is a monochrome, countertop version and the other is a Pro model designed for professional pastry chefs) print 3D edible sweets that look like works of art. The printable materials come in a range of flavors (we tasted chocolate, sour apple, and mint and each tasted like a slightly more granular Pixy Stix . . . meaning they’re delicious) and each Chefjet comes with a digital cookbook so you can master the device. No exact pricing yet, but the countertop version should come in below $5,000 and the Pro below $10,000. The only issue: The desserts look so good you don’t want to eat them.

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