Cricut Cake Printer Lets You Print Edible Goodies

Evan Selleck - Nov 23, 2010
Cricut Cake Printer Lets You Print Edible Goodies

Having a printer that will cut out pieces of paper in distinct designs isn’t new. In fact, even the original Cricut printer did the same thing. So, if you don’t want to just make the same printer, how can you take the idea and make it better? You add desserts, of course. The Cricut Cake printer looks like a normal printer, but in this version, you don’t put regular paper in there.

The Cricut Printer is able to cut pre-determined designs into thing sheets of sweets. You can load a sheet of fondant in there, or even frosting sheets. You can even put cookie dough, tortillas, modeling chocolate, and soft candies. When you do, you just tell the printer what you want printed on the particular goodie, and the Cricut Cake printer will take care of the rest.

For those of you out there who have always wanted to decorate a birthday, or other celebratory piece of dessert but you lack the artistic skill necessary, here’s an easy way to make it happen. But, as you can probably already guess, this won’t be a cheap way to get what you want. You’ll have to shell out $399 to make the Cricut Cake printer yours.

[via Oh Gizmo!]

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