Credit for this idea goes to sniperKE. He wanted a cake mold based on my rendition of the (in)famous ‘Pile of Poo’ emoji. This works pretty well because when cutting the model in half, the front part can more or less be modeled with a single mold (after making some small tweaks).
I have also made a flatter mold more suitable for making cookies, by request from earendilin.
You can use this to make cakes, cookies, pastry, or other moldable things like sand sculptures in the shape of this internet phenomenon. Of course, if you're going to make food with this, ensure to use a food-safe printer setup and filament.
The unscaled size of the cake/cookie is about 7 by 7 cm (2.75 by 2.75 inch), with the cookie being about 17 mm (2/3 inch) thick, and the cake 35 mm (1.4 inch). Of course you can scale the molds to larger or smaller sizes in your slicer program.
To facilitate getting the cake/cookie out of the mold, rub it with a thin layer of butter or other grease, then coat this layer with flour before pressing the dough into the mold.
For sand sculptures, the sand must not be too humid, to allow for an easy release with no sand remaining stuck to the mold.
0.2 mm (cake), 0.15mm (cookie)
This prints fine without supports.
The models can be scaled up to any desired size, and should still be printable down to 50% size.
The cake model shown in the photos was printed at 2/3 size, at 0.15 mm layers. The cookie model was printed at full size, with 0.15mm layers.
Flatter cookie mold now available!