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What Makes Cotton Candy Flavoring Taste the Way It Does?

Just about everyone has had cotton candy at some point in their life. Cotton candy is often a staple of carnivals and fairs, but it…

Why Does Cotton Candy Melt?

You might be wondering “Why does cotton candy melt?” Cotton candy does not actually melt; it dissolves with humidity in the air. It does not…

Tempered Chocolate vs Untempered: What’s the Difference?

Tempered chocolate is the perfect thing to have on hand for your next party. It holds its shape and texture at normal room temperatures. It…

Beginner’s Guide to Candy Thermometers: What You Need to Know

Candy thermometers are a cooking tool that you need to have in your kitchen at all times. These thermometers measure the temperature of sugar syrup…

Guide: Homemade Candy Flavoring Oils and Extracts

Why make your own candy flavoring oil? Due to many circumstances, such as shipping and storage conditions, ordering flavoring oils online can result in inconsistent…

Freeze-Drying Candy at Home – Brief Overview

If you have never tasted freeze-dried candy in your life, let me tell you, you’re missing out! Most candies can be freeze-dried as a form…

5 Steps to Start an Online Candy Store From Home

It is hard to find somebody who does not love candy. After all, who could resist the spicy, sweet, tanginess of chamoy Gushers? When it…

6 Fluffy Facts About Cotton Candy

Cotton candy, also known as fairy floss, is a type of spun sugar. It is made by heating sugar (along with food coloring/flavoring), then spinning…

What to Put Inside a Cotton Candy Machine

From regular table sugar to fruity Jolly Ranchers, the possibilities are endless! However, there are also certain types of candies to avoid using for making…

The Sweet History of Cotton Candy

Who invented cotton candy or “fairy floss”? “Fairy floss” otherwise popularly known as cotton candy, was invented in 1897 by the dentist/inventor, William Morrison, and…

Why Floss Sugar is Best for Making Cotton Candy

Can’t I just use regular sugar for making cotton candy? Well, yes. While you can use normal table sugar to make cotton candy, it is…

Can My Cat Have Cotton Candy?

Can cats eat cotton candy? While sugar is not toxic to cats, vets agree that you should avoid feeding cotton candy to your cat. Have…

Can Dogs Eat Cotton Candy?

Meet my mixed German Shephard, Lu! Has your dog ever come up to you with those beady eyes while eating cotton candy? Did you know…

Why Is Cotton Candy Pink and Blue?

Cotton candy can come in just about every pastel color. Typically, you see it in pink and blue. At its true core, cotton candy is…

Can You Eat Cotton Candy With Braces? (Real Answer)

Remember, the teeth you have now are supposed to last your entire lifetime. Teeth problems are not only painful but expensive and tedious to get…

Best 4 Cotton Candy Makers for Kids

Who doesn’t love cotton candy? When I think of cotton candy, I remember the times when I was a kid at the carnival. It seems…