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Leggos

Interlocking waffles for breakfast fun!
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Leggos are small waffles that resemble Lego blocks. Like Legos, one side has raised bumps while the other has indentations that allow the blocks to lock together.

Leggos come packaged in kits that can be built to resemble replicas of famous buildings or inventions, in different skill levels for children of all ages.

To cook Leggos, simply spread them out on a sheet pan, and bake at 400 degrees for 10 - 12 minutes.

Leggos are indeed fuel for the brain. Available in your grocer's freezer.

Mr Burns, Jul 23 2002

(??) Stickle Bricks http://www.hamleys....alog/detail1206.htm
Couldn't find a better picture, sorry. [calum, Jul 23 2002]

Caked! http://www.cakework...om/images/legos.jpg
[DrCurry, Jul 23 2002]

Honest search result mistake http://www.halfbake...chexpression=leggos
Sorry dood... [Mr Burns, Jul 24 2002]

(?) Dancing Legos http://www.lego.com...p?title=montypython
See Leggos doing the Camelot scene from Monty Python and the Holy Grail... it's funny as heck! [Aurora, Jul 25 2002]

Lego my Eggo http://www.strangen...o-shaped-eggos.html
4x2 Lego shaped Kellogg's Eggo waffles. [BJS, Jun 05 2006]

Lego Eggo Build: "Raptor" http://www.brickshe...allery.cgi?f=167081
Hm, maybe if I squint really hard... [jutta, Jun 05 2006]

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       Edible lego, what a great idea! Here have a croissant to go with it.

Would they come in different colours? Could we also have little edible lego people to bite the head off of?
madradish, Jul 23 2002
  

       Nice. But Stickle Bricks might be more appropriate.
calum, Jul 23 2002
  

       Lego + Eggo = Leggo = Croissant
thumbwax, Jul 23 2002
  

       There are edible toy bricks, but they're candy, not waffles. (I think waffles would be much tastier.)
jutta, Jul 23 2002
  

       There have to be custom waffle molds somewhere in the universe, but I'm can't find them.   

       I am reminded of the guy who invented modern running shoes, who broke hundreds of waffle irons experimenting with different rubber mixtures. And then made an absolute fortune.   

       So take out your mothers' waffle iron and experiment. Fame and fortune surely follow.
DrCurry, Jul 23 2002
  

       Hey! My idea! (As posted in "Standardized Airline Luggage.")
Guncrazy, Jul 23 2002
  

       You get a fishead from me. I love it, but I have one question. WHERE DO YOU PUT THE SYRUP? And don't tell me to 'dip,' either...
watermelancholy, Jul 23 2002
  

       Guncrazy: I honestly didn't see it until you pointed it out. Since it is fundamentally the same idea, I will delete this if you want. When I searched for "Leggos", the description of the search seemed way out of context (airline luggage?) for waffles, so I assumed it was a typo and did not read it.   

       It was a good idea, why didn't you post it when you thought of it then?
Mr Burns, Jul 24 2002
  

       Hm. I get the pun but I don't think a waffle texture is going to work. You'd be better off to go with a candy approach, like ju-jube lego pieces.
waugsqueke, Jul 24 2002
  

       MmmmMmMmmm - maple syrup cement....   

       MmmNmmmMm - waffle house.....
yamahito, Jul 24 2002
  

       Yes- adhere with syrup, lubricate moving parts with butter, etc..
Mr Burns, Jul 24 2002
  

       [m-f-d] Guncrazy deserves credit for this idea.
Mr Burns, Jul 24 2002
  

       Nah, don't MFD it. Great minds think alike. And on rare occasions, even not-so-great minds think like mine.
Guncrazy, Jul 24 2002
  

       [un-m-f-d] Guncrazy approves.
Mr Burns, Jul 24 2002
  

       in Basic terms. If I can eat it AND play with it.. it gets a Croissant! good work have a non Lego enabled Bready product from me sans syrup *smile*
The_Englishman_Abroad, Jul 24 2002
  

       Side note: Leggo's is a reknown brand of pasta sauces here Down Under. They come in yohgurt-type containers, or glass jars, indented for easy stacking.   

       Its more of a lunch/dinner thing than breakfast...*G*
Johnny Mash, Jul 24 2002
  

       Yeah, but can ya build castles 'n stuff with pasta sauces?
<Obligatory answer to own question post>Nope</Obligatory answer to own question post>
This idea is so good, even the Autoboner hasn't boned it.
thumbwax, Jul 24 2002
  

       Hmm... why not have interlocking Gingerbread House pieces, while we're at it?
polartomato, Jul 25 2002
  

       Cereal, snacks of all description...
thumbwax, Jul 25 2002
  

       Your idea has been fulfilled.
BJS, Jun 05 2006
  

       They just need to make red, blue, green, and other color . . . um, brikkles? Wafflicks?
nayhem, Jun 06 2006
  

       Somehow I don't think I'll be seeing any royalty checks from this.
Mr Burns, Jun 19 2006
  

       LET GO MY LEGGO! I will bun this one but shucks.. kids play with their food too much as it is. Now we are going to give them more of an incentive?
Jscotty, Jun 19 2006
  

       This idea is making me really hungry! Have a croissant...mmmmmm croissant.
Gambrinus, Mar 02 2007
  

       //Great minds think alike.//   

       [+] Fools seldom differ.
nuclear hobo, Mar 02 2007
  

       Missed this one.   

       Churn and bun.   

       So, not a new plug'n'play operating system?
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Nov 24 2007
  
      
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