The freakiest dessert you may not want to eat
Chef Ben Churchill has been specializing in creating stunning illusions out of desserts that can resemble other foods and everyday objects.

Chef Ben Churchill has been specializing in creating stunning illusions out of desserts that can resemble other foods and everyday objects.

From the making of a simple candy in the form of an apple or toast to edible ashtrays and rotten oranges, the chef surprises the fans of his work with these delicious desserts for the whole family.

1.Salted caramel filled millennium falcon

2.Olive Oil Sponge Cake With Mint Crumb, Sweet Milk Foam And A Baked Apple Puree

3.Christmas Carrot Cake

4.Chocolate And Beetroot Brownie Filled With Chocolate Mousse, Chocolate Soil, Mint Leaves

5.Granny Smith Pannacotta, Custard, Granola, Lemon Balm...

Chef Ben Churchill has been specializing in creating stunning illusions out of desserts that can resemble other foods and everyday objects.

From the making of a simple candy in the form of an apple or toast to edible ashtrays and rotten oranges, the chef surprises the fans of his work with these delicious desserts for the whole family.

Despite working in a private restaurant where he generally has to stick to a set menu, for the past two years he has been been pushing the boundaries in his own kitchen with some creations that can only be described as masterpieces. Ben creates everything from savoury dishes to desserts, each with their own stunning theme.

He’s created desserts inspired by Harry Potter’s Golden Snitch, vegetable gardens and has even sculpted apples from white chocolate. However most recently, it’s his Game of Thrones Iron Throne dessert that has been receiving the most attention from his Instagram followers. The Game of Thrones piece is made using carefully-carved chocolate sponge, melted chocolate which is hardened to form the shape of the throne, and edible silver glitter – and it looks just magical. Alongside his film-inspired pieces, Ben says his inspiration can come from anywhere, including computer games, puns, and food in its natural form.

He told Metro.co.uk: ‘It can happen any where, I’ll just get an idea in my head, or be playing a video game and think “that would be cool to make into a dessert”.’ Ben said that he started making his ‘food illusions’ two years ago.

Since then, he’s decided to take his social profile a step further by writing a book. Ben said: ‘I was creating these dishes mainly just for Facebook and I had no idea what to do with them, then it hit me.

‘People were always asking for the recipes, so why not release a book? ‘Covering basics, my own basic recipes, my ethos and thoughts, right up to full recipes for my desserts. I’m currently half way through editing and assembling, and it is completely written. ‘I’m looking at self publishing as I haven’t had any luck from publishers, but I’m desperately seeking a publisher as I feel it would be a hit.

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