Edible Chocolate LEGO Bricks

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Living

At least 17% of the fun in building a LEGO city is going Godzilla on it once it’s done, knocking over towers and crunching town halls under your feet. But what if you could take your role playing one step further? What if you could eat your creation?

Well you can, thanks to designer Akihiro Mizuuchi, as he’s created the technology for edible chocolate LEGO bricks. Just pour melted chocolate into the moulds, cool them off for a while, then pop out the tastiest building blocks you’ve ever handled. It works with dark chocolate, milk chocolate, and even white chocolate, so your LEGO city can be a melting pot of deliciousness. Just remember, if you leave your creation out in the sun, your city will henceforth be known as Fondue Town.

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