Circuitry Snacks

Circuitry Snacks web site at
http://www.evilmadscientist.com/article.php/circuitsnacks gives tips how to make circuitry snacks! Those snacks look like electronics circuits.

If your two favorite things in the world are playing with electronics and playing with food, this site is well worth to visit. The page begins by gathering up appropriate snack-food building blocks and making food-based models of electronic components. From these components, you can assemble “circuitry snacks”– edible models of functioning electronic circuits.

Below is one full edible circuit example. The resistor values are 100 k (x2), and a 1 uF Nilla wafer ceramic cap. The LED load resistor is 330 ohms. (orange-orage-black-gold)

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    Gingerbread Class AB Amplifier
    http://hackaweek.com/hacks/?p=1036

    Here it is, just in time for the holidays! A gingerbread circuit based on the same class AB amplifier I made last year for a Hack A Week project. An explanation of the circuit, the schematic and a parts list can be found on that post. This project is about edible gingerbread circuit boards and how to create them.

    I used Gingerbread mix for the perf board and capacitors, string cheese for the resistors, candied sugar for the diodes and transistors and licorice whips for the wires.

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    Fabricating edible LEDs
    http://hackaday.com/2013/03/07/fabricating-edible-leds/
    http://learn.adafruit.com/led-gummy-candies/

    Ever look at a pile of 10mm LEDs and think “mmm, they look just like gumdrops!” These LED gummy candies are so realistic they’ll have your friends fooled at first, then delighted that they are actually edible (and delicious). This tutorial covers the basics of food-safe silicone mold making and provides a recipe for gummy candies you can make at home.

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