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Chocolate Ganache-Covered Toothless Dragon Cake Includes Servo Motor, Arduino, NeoPixels, Sound Board!

I didn’t think I’d ever include all those words from the blog title in the same sentence! This project is amazing! (Thanks to Martin for sending this in!)

A while back I found myself on one of Dinkydoodle Designs cake course where I made a moving BB9 cake, it taught me a lot about the cake making process and I used a lot of that knowledge in making this new Toothless Dragon cake. The electronic parts are simply a servo, arduino, neopixels and a sound recorder, all fairly common parts but I learned a lot making/baking my own cake.

The death by chocolate cake is very tasty.

😀 😀


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