Gallery: Behind the Scenes: Plating the Candy Box at Glass, Berlin

Choco Cookie
Choco Cookie

Not quite candy but sweet enough to be, the much-loved Oreos also make an appearance on the Candy Box in powder form. "The slightly salt flavor and bitterness is meant to balance out the rest," Ben Moshe says.

Chocolate Balls
Chocolate Balls

For a little pop of texture, Ben Moshe next adds crunchy chocolate balls to the mat.

Popcorn Galore
Popcorn Galore

Additional texture comes in the form of caramel popcorn, which is spooned all over the mat.

Liquid Nitrogen Time
Liquid Nitrogen Time

For the finishing touch, Ben Moshe created a caramelized chocolate mousse, "like a Mars bar," which means a table side liquid nitrogen show. First he sprays the mousse from a siphon into a bowl of liquid nitrogen.

A Smoke Show
A Smoke Show

When the mousse is mixed with the liquid nitrogen a burst of smoke forms around the dessert.

Letting the Mousse Set
Letting the Mousse Set

A pause for dramatic effect as the mousse sets in the bowl.

Platting the Mousse
Platting the Mousse

Ben Moshe breaks the mousse up with tongs into crater-like pieces and places several larges pieces on the mat.

Dig In
Dig In

The garden-like Candy Box is complete. Guests are given spoons and eat the dessert right off the mat/table. Licking the mat clean is not advised, although you'll want to.

Behind the Scenes: Plating the Candy Box at Glass, Berlin
Setting the Table
Setting the Table

To prepare for the dessert course, a shiny "glass" like mat is placed on the table along with a tray of candy-filled porcelain jars and plates.

More Ingredients
More Ingredients

The chef arrives at the table with other tools and ingredients, including a bowl of liquid nitrogen.

Pretty Flowers
Pretty Flowers

Ben Moshe begins to plate the dessert on the mat. First down are the edible flowers. There is honey crisp, which taste like honey, and pansy flowers, which Ben Moshe thinks are the most aesthetic of the edible flower varieties.

Campfire Love
Campfire Love

Using those tweezers, Ben Moshe adds a few marshmallows to the "plate," which are flavored with tonka bean, a South American seed whose flavor is similar to vanilla. Thanks to a quick burst with the torch, there's a nice s'mores effect.

A German Favorite
A German Favorite

Next comes the German candy classic, gummi bears, in not quite classic flavors: elderflower, passion fruit, apple-cranberry, and rosé.

Gotta have the Snickers
Gotta have the Snickers

What kid doesn't want to 'Grab a Snickers'? For the Candy Box, Ben Moshe created a Snickers powder from butterscotch caramel and peanuts. He's also added some pop rocks in there, because pop rocks make everything better.