Need a fix of chocolate? Robert Cooper of the University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins, has got something for you: a chocolate airplane that you can build into Airfix-style models.
The concept, designed for a project by chocolate company Cadbury, involves chocolate-filled shapes that are cracked from a wafer sheet. Customers can then assemble the models before eating the parts:
According to Deezen:
Cooper's design uses hollow-wafer technology – a wafer shell, made in two halves and formed over a mould. The resulting shapes are stamped out of the sheets and the two halves are brought together and filled with chocolate, which glues them in place.
In addition to the chocolate model airplane, Cooper envisioned other model-style chocolate snacks, including race car, horse, and even a Tyrannosaur rex.
View the full story over at Deezen.
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