The paintings were swiped during a high profile art heist nearly a decade ago.
A team of pastry chefs and chocolate confectioners worked on the reproduction which was created to mark 85th anniversary of "Operation Rugen" in Basque Country, Spain.
Until now, all that could be made of the woman was the faintest trace of her outline. However, by using a neural network, computer scientists were able to bring the painting back to life.
The "Pharma Bro" will also have to forfeit a supposed Lil Wayne album and a Picasso.
U.S. authorities say that a Malaysian financier diverted millions from a bond sale to buy the painting for the actor.
In December, the people behind the card game Cards Against Humanity had vowed to cut up Pablo Picasso's "Tête de Faune" or donate it, depending on a vote.
Christie's and Sotheby's have been enjoying huge sales, but what's behind them?
Auction house sells more than $1 billion in art in single week, including a $179.4 million Picasso and a $56.2 million Warhol.
Picasso's 'Les femmes d'Alger, Version O' sold for a record-setting $179,365,000.
The blockbusting Keys to a Passion at Paris's Fondation Louis Vuitton is one of the cultural highlights of this year