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LEGO Minifig Cake Pops: These Bricks Were Made for Eatin’

by Paul Strauss
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If you’ve been following Technabob for any time at all, you know that I love LEGO and I love cake. So when I saw that somebody had combined the two with such brilliance, I just had to mention it.

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These LEGO minifigs are actually edible cake pops. You know, those little bits of cake that give you just enough of a taste that your sugar addiction kicks into high gear and you need to eat 10 of them?

These cake pops were made by Cake Power Cakes, and they look like they were pretty easy to assemble. They made them by combining cake crumbs and buttercream and pressing it into a pan, then cutting out the cylindrical minifig head shapes and stacked modeling chocolate above and below them on lollipop sticks.

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They then coated them in melted yellow candies for the perfect LEGO yellow gloss. Of course the tricky part was painting on all the tiny facial details. Speaking from experience, that takes real talent – especially when working with edibles.

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