Science cookie round-up time!
I'm working on my next batch of science cookies, they require a lot of drying time between icing so it is probably going to take a few days work. (Note: my dodgy circuit board cookies are not the current project, they are just a little side science cookie I played with a while back.) So, until I finish this next round of baking and icing science cookies, I thought I would do a science cookie round-up for all the eager science cookie fanatics out there.
These are some of the cookies I've stumbled across or have been sent to me and I love them. Popularizing science through baking is a very good thing. If anyone would like to do, or has done a little science themed baking, e-mail me some cookies and I'll be happy to post them in the second round-up.
So, lets get to the cookies! Starting with these awesome cookies by Katy. I think it was worth covering her kitchen "in powdered sugar and chunks of icing ribosomes."
Petri Dish cookies by lalzi22:
A great assortment of science cookies from Tamsin, Carrie and Katie:
Trilobite spritz cookies from Elyse:
Fractical cookies by the Evil Mad Scientist:
Maitreya's petri dish and C. elegans cookies:
A nice selection of flora and fauna from Prophet-of-bloom.blogspot.com and bakeoff-flunkie.blogspot.com:
(The above are done with natural plant dyes, how sweet is that!)
Dylana's amazing and periodic table (she used store bought shortbread squares which was a brilliant move):
Those C. elegans at Dartmouth are pretty fancy:
Love Christina's conical flask cookies:
We will end the round-up on Benjamin's delightfully disturbing esophageal dysphagia cookies (and they get even weirder after the jump):