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Lego cookie-decorating robot ices your holiday goodies with flawless precision
Hacking your cookie decorations, brick by brick.
Holiday cookies are great, but a Lego machine designed to perfectly decorate your those cookies? That’s just icing on top—literally.
If you’re not a decorating pro, icing your cookies might end up being more of a challenge than you ever imagined. Luckily for us, Jason of J.K. Brickworks—who previously made the Lego Sisyphus kinetic sculpture—put together an icer made with a Lego Mindstorms retail set that easily does the job for you.
Jason included instructions so that anyone can make their own cookie-decorating robot, along with a number of holiday-themed patterns that are sure to spice up your cookies.
But be warned: You’ll probably get icing everywhere the first few times you run it, so you might want to conduct a few test runs before you bring them out.
The machine is a pretty huge investment for the upcoming holiday season—especially with Christmas nearly upon us—but you can easily build and perfect it for next year’s batch.
Michelle Jaworski is a staff writer and the resident Game of Thrones expert at the Daily Dot. She covers entertainment, geek culture, and pop culture and has brought her knowledge to conventions like Con of Thrones. She is based in New Jersey.