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Monday, January 10, 2011

Cotton Candy Art - Materials and Equipment

For a long time, cotton candy could only be found and bought at fairgrounds or circuses, but nowadays you can find it in bags at the grocery stores as well.

You can spin your own sugary treat by renting a cotton candy machine, which is a great option for a party. You will also need tall, small sticks, sugar and if you like to serve different colors: food coloring.

By adding a few drops of food coloring, you can turn the natural white cotton candy in to any color of the rainbow.

Just be sure to keep the cotton candy away from moisture or out of a damp environment; it will crystalize rather quickly. In my humble opinion, the best thing to do is eat it! Grin.

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