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Edible, stackable Lego bricks are now available

Ryan Radomski plays with Legos at the Family Place in Blake Library on February 7, 2013.
Ryan Radomski plays with Legos at the Family Place in Blake Library on February 7, 2013.

Credit: Bruce Bennett

Credit: Bruce Bennett

YouTube do-it-yourself scientist Grant Thompson shared with viewers a way to create Legos that can be created at home with easy steps.

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In the video, Thompson uses Lego-shaped ice cube trays and his own silicon-based mold shaped out of real Lego bricks, and makes the whole process look like an activity that anyone can accomplish. Thompson created the bricks by warming the Jell-O mixture over a slow heat, the gummy sections come out extra clear and not at all as sticky as you might think, which makes them perfect for stacking.

He also added vitamin-C powder to the Jell-O mix to give it a healthy boost.

Instructables also has a useful post that is an aid for those who are looking to create Legos bricks at home in the form of Jell-O. Now, everyone go out and create some incredible Lego structures --- which you will eventually eat and enjoy.

Learn more about how to make the eatable Lego bricks on YouTube.