Is it a typo? Nope, this page shows a build log of a raspberry-pi-logo shaped pie. So no source code this time, but recipes, molds, sugar and chocolate! I made this for a local pie-baking competition at the University, and it sure stands out!
The recipe that was chosen for this build had one requirement, no oven. Not because I don't own one, but because I was planning to make the mold out of styrofoam, and styrofoam does not mix well with heat.
Luckily there is a delicous traditionally dutch (I believe) cake, which does not require an oven! It is called Arretjes-Cake, and requires the following ingredients :
The decoration will take some more chocolate and sugar:
The foam was taped on a standard wooden bord wrapped in baking-paper. To prevent styrofoam or ducttape from getting in the cake, the whole mold was wrapped in aluminum foil.
The recipe is rather straight forward.
Just dispense the cakemix into the styrofoam mold, and make sure it is evenly divided. This then goes into the fridge for at least 3 or 4 hours. I left mine sitting there for the night.
After glacing the cake as above, take the fondant, get it flat and big, cut out the shapes, and voila youre done!