Thank you guys.
I apologize for the confusion. My request was kinda of an "open question", and I've realized that it could be difficult to address, especially for the scientifically inclined, as bakers most likely are. I hoped to learn about baked goods with particularly strong visual appeal that I may not come across otherwise. And I assumed that getting answers from the people in the known could put me on the right track – they would know better than I what would be feasible for a guy on a budget. This might have been a wrong approach, I admit. I just took my chance to fish for ideas and advice, like a fisherman who casts his fishing net in an unknown water, and then waits to see what happens. Fishing for an unknown fish. J
I admit that "to develop a product" wasn't a good word choice, since it presupposes a vast knowledge on my part.
In regard to fraisier cakes – I mentioned them because I felt that they present a great opportunity if one wants to be a little creative. Like making some beautiful design with the fruit that will be visible on the cake surface. I'm sure that this is most likely nothing new, but still may be further explored. But I wasn't sure that the amount of work this might require would pay off.
I hope to eventually create a number of "morsels to give out" that together with other stuff (business card, etc.) would help me to build a professional network.
I’ve also realized that by not wanting to make this thread too complex, I probably made it too vague.
To sum up:
1. The "audience" is people that I meet and want to give them something more personal and tangible (and tasty and beautiful) than just a business card, to be more effective in networking, and regardless, just to delight them and to make their day a little more enjoyable.
2. The baked goods should be fairly small, and feasible to make on a budget.
3. The emphasis in on beauty and presentation.
4. I want to limit myself to a few choices so I can do the required legwork, and with time to perfect those "morsels to give out".
Again, many thanks to you guys.
Thank you guys.