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The Dessert Engineer

By day Johnny is a licensed professional engineer.  However, when he is not sitting at his cubicle, he loves to create interesting dessert designs.  Below are some examples of the work that The Dessert Engineer has done.  Please check back for new updates.

7th Wedding Anniversary Cake

7th Wedding Anniversary Cake

Hamburger Cake for Brian Heinlein’s 30th Birthday

Turkey Cake for Thanksgiving 2011

RLR Logo Corporate Cake

Custom Logo Cookie

Custom Logo Cookie

Heart-shaped chocolate peppermint cake

Heart-shaped chocolate peppermint cake

Peach Pound Cake

Peach Pound Cake

S’mores cake for Nathan’s birthday in January 2011

A chocolate-covered cake musical note taken on Nanette’s piano

Buckeyes

Buckeyes

Johnny's creation for Thanksgiving Dinner 2010

Johnny’s creation for Thanksgiving Dinner 2010

Ice cream made out of cake

Christmas Coconut Cake

Klepon, an Indonesian dessert made out of rice flour, palm sugar, and coconut

Christmas Cupcakes

Flan

Christmas Cookies

Christmas Cookies

Valentine's Day Cake

Valentine’s Day Cake

Johnny made this cake for Nanette's mom's birthday in April 2011

Johnny made this cake for Nanette’s mom’s birthday in April 2011

Pumpkin walnut biscotti drizzled in chocolate

Pumpkin walnut biscotti drizzled in chocolate

Fall-themed birthday cupcakes for Dr. Srini

Fall-themed birthday cupcakes for Dr. Srini

Gingerbread cookies for Christmas 2013

Gingerbread cookies for Christmas 2013

Grand piano cake made for Nanette's 2011 students recital

Grand piano cake made for Nanette’s 2011 students recital

Magic Chocolate Flan Cake

Magic Chocolate Flan Cake

Pineapple Upside-Down Cake

Pineapple Upside-Down Cake

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13 thoughts on “The Dessert Engineer

  1. Wow! I am a sucker for desserts! These looks AMAZINGLY delicious & so artistic too! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. I had fun reading your posts & will be back soon 🙂

    Posted by Angelina Aucello | December 13, 2011, 12:14 am
  2. Wow – my daughters would go crazy for that piano cake!

    Posted by Lisa | December 13, 2011, 11:54 pm
  3. Wow! Beautiful cakes! I love the turkey one!

    Posted by theworldviastandby | January 13, 2012, 2:05 am
  4. OMG….you are incredible! I am designing my first fondant cake and I am researching how to do it. BUT I cannot cook!! I only know how to travel:P…arh…my friend all tell me to do it myself but then I figure it will be a total disaster!!!! now I am inquiring the price on how much it will cost!!! I wish I can be the same as you:)

    Cheers:)

    EDGYMIX-TRAVEL FOR FASHION

    Posted by EDGYMIX (@EDGYMIX) | August 1, 2012, 6:39 pm
    • Hi Tammy, thanks for stopping by our blog. Please let us know if you have any questions or need any help. We will be happy to share information. I just checked out your awesome blog. Wow, I am so amazed with all your travels!

      Posted by fallequinox2006 | August 1, 2012, 9:01 pm
  5. THIS IS MUST BE FUN!
    Hamburger Cake is my favorite 🙂

    Posted by memographer | August 13, 2012, 6:25 pm
  6. I like how you put two Indonesian wooden ornaments behind that ice cream. So Javanese! 🙂 Oh and all the cakes look incredible!

    Posted by Bama | October 6, 2012, 12:52 am

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