Two students Harvard University have just come up with an AH-mazing invention.
Nope, it's not the cure to cancer!
The creative ivy-leaguers, John McCallum and Brooke Nowakowski, invented Spray Cake for a startup course at the famous university and the two ended up winning the 2014 Harvard Innovation challenge (and$10,000)!!
So, why does Harvard care so much about cake? And how does Spray Cake actually work?
John and Brooke originally created Spray Cake for pretty simple reasons: they love cake and they wanted to create something that would accommodate dorm living.
To bake a yummy cake, all you have to do is spray batter into a pan and pop it in the microwave for sixty seconds.
“Spray Cake is a novel innovation in cuisine that brings baking into the twenty-first century, allowing students, families, and anyone who wants to enjoy fresh-baked good to do so at home without the hassle and expense of traditional preparation.”
Yep, sounds pretty easy to us!
To check out a detailed process of how Spray Cake works, check out the video (below)!
The good news is John and Brooke have ALREADY found a distributor for Spray Cake which means the world will be microwaving goods in no time!
And the icing on the cake?
John hopes to develop organic AND kosher batter in the near future.
Jeez, what will Harvard come up with next?!
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