Hungry students combine convenience and taste with their ingenious aerosol cake dispenser

Personalized mini-cakes, single-serve cupcakes and cup-in-a-mug creations have always been popular projects for ambitious bakers. But a pair of Harvard students have made perfectly portioned pastries down to a science thanks to their patent-pending product: Spray Cake

Spray Cake began as a school project for Harvard student, John McCallum. During his Science and Cooking class, he was introduced to Joanne Chang, a professional pastry chef and Harvard graduate with a degree in Applied Mathematics and Economics. Her discussion on the chemistry behind what makes cakes rise helped McCallum decide that he wanted to his final project to be based around “ways to eat more cake.” But it was thanks to watching another student pour whipped cream out of a can that McCallum had an epiphany.

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