Finally, origami that you can eat! Some are folded as if they were pieces of paper whereas others are made to resemble origami but are not really folded origami-style.
Examples of Edible Origami
This box of origami-inspired chocolates was created as a celebration of Mother's Day. Read more
A tortilla folded into a tato (a traditional Japanese fold that creates a thin packet or envelop)... Read more
Combine delicious cakes with the age-old art of paper quilling to get edible quilling cakes! Read more
Flex Mex (Tortilla Flexagon) is an amazing lecture in flexahexagons camouflaged as a cooking lesson.... Read more
Ilan Garibi can create origami tessellated cakes by folding Elephant Hide paper into the desired shape... Read more
Fold won ton wrappers into easy origami shapes, sprinkled with cinnamon sugar, and then baked at 400°F Read more
Gelatin sheets are assembled to appear like an origami crane. Add food coloring & flavor to spice it up. Read more
Merci Beaucoup Cakes made a fabulous origami wedding cake featuring a crane on top of a two-tier cake... Read more
Fondant icing is rolled into sheets, the sheets are folded into mini origami models and then used as cake decorations. Read more
Origami crane and shirt made with dried sheets of seaweed. Fun to make and delicious to eat... Read more
Thin sheets of vegetables and fruits that can be used as food wraps. These wraps are made by Origami Food Read more
You can make crane croutons using won ton wrappers. Developed by the Evil Mad Scientists Laboratory Read more
Origami sugar cranes can be made in bride & groom style and placed on top of wedding cakes. Sugar butterflies... Read more
Salon du Chocolat: chocolate is molded into an origami mouse, a chocolate samurai helmet, and a chocolate bird... Read more
Do you know of any more origami sightings? Let us know!
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