How to Build Lego Pizza - Stop Motion Cooking Prop

Introduction: How to Build Lego Pizza - Stop Motion Cooking Prop

About: Building and shooting Lego stop motion videos on how to cook dishes.

Today we will be creating an Italian favorite dish of Pizza. Using a combination of bricks and plates, we will be adding pepperonis, olives, and pepper to create this classic dish that can be found around the world at pizza parlors.

How long will this take?: 45 minutes - 1 hour

Difficulty Level: Medium

Age level: 2nd Grade - 4th Grade

Supplies

Lego Part 4032 x 7 Units Black

Lego Part 3024 x 3 Units White

Lego Part 3023 x 2 Units White

Lego Part 3024 x 13 Units Red

Lego Part 3023 x 8 Units Red

Lego Part 3022 x 29 Units Red

Lego Part 60474 x 8 Units Red

Lego Part 3010 x 4 Tan

Lego Part 3022 x 28 Units Tan

Lego Part 3044 x 55 Units Tan

Lego Part 3005 x 2 Units Tan

Lego Part 3024 x 32 Units Tan

Lego Part 3024 x 7 Units Yellow

Lego Part 3023 x 21 Units Yellow

Lego Part 3020 x 11 Units Yellow

Lego Part 3023 x 7 Units Green

Step 1: Starting the Pizza Crust

Start the pizza crust by building a row of 1 x 6 tan bricks.

Step 2: Pizza Crust Layer One

Create a staircase of (5) 1 x 2 tan bricks and add a 1 x 4 brick to the end.

Step 3: Pizza Crust Layer One

Do the same on the other side (Repeat step 2)

Step 4: Pizza Crust Layer One

Repeat step 2 for the 3rd side

Step 5: First Layer of the Pizza Crust

Connect the entire first layer of the crust with a staircase of (5) 1 x 2 tan bricks.

Step 6:

The first layer of the pizza crust should look something like this upon completion.

Step 7:

Creat a row of 1 x 8 tan bricks then add a staircase of (5) 1 x 2 tan bricks.

Step 8:

Repeat step 7 for the next side.

Step 9:

Repeat step 7

Step 10: 2nd Layer of the Pizza Crust

Repeat step 7 for the completion of the 2nd layer of the pizza crust

Step 11: Pizza Crust Complete

With the completion of the 2nd layer of the pizza crust place it on top of the first layer of the pizza crust.

Step 12: Crust Texture

Add some texture to the pizza crust with 1 x 1 bricks.

Step 13: Pizza Crust Bottom

Use tan plates to finish out the bottom of the pizza crust.

Step 14: Pizza Crust

With the pizza crust finished, we should now have something that looks like this.

Step 15: Tomato Sauce

Add a layer of red plates on top of the pizza crust bottom.

Step 16: Add the Cheese

Add a layer of yellow plates for the cheese on top of the tomato sauce layer. Leave a number of 1 x 1 spaces open so that that the tomato sauce will be showing.

Step 17: Add the Pepperoni

Add 4 x 4 round red plates for the Pepperoni meat for the pizza.

Step 18: Add the Olives

Add 2 x 2 round black plates for olives.

Step 19: Add the Cheese Texturing

Add a number of 1 x 2 white plates for texturing for the cheese to make it look like mozzarella cheese

Step 20: Add the Pepper

Add 1 x 2 green plates to the pizza for pepper.

And the pizza is complete! Bon Appetit!

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    6 Comments

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    s0200311
    s0200311

    8 months ago

    I wish I had enough parts to make your projects... I like K'nex more than Legos, so I invest more in K'nex

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    moltcraft
    moltcraft

    11 months ago

    This is a really clear tutorial. It is so easy to follow!

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    howtocookbricks
    howtocookbricks

    Reply 11 months ago

    Thank you for the kind words @Moltcraft!

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    randofo
    randofo

    11 months ago

    But how long do you cook it for?! ;)

    Nice project.

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    gavthelegoman
    gavthelegoman

    Reply 11 months ago

    you can't cook lego!
    awesome project!!!

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    howtocookbricks
    howtocookbricks

    Reply 11 months ago

    Thank you @randofo!