Thursday, February 25, 2010

Eat with your Eyes: Candy Logs

A building kit made from compressed dextrose. The little jar was kind of like a Play-Doh tub but held actual non-toxic toys you can eat.

Candy Logs

They were very dense, crunchy and kind of hard to bite. But left sitting out they did really well. Yellow was banana, like the old Wacky Packs. The top of the little package was a roof that can go on top of the little house.

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  1. I have to find these, my nephews will LOVE them!

    Comment by celia on 2/25/10 at 10:03 am #
  2. I’m curious: what were the other flavors, especially the pink? (assuming that blue = blue raspberry and orange = orange, of course)

    Comment by Hannah on 2/25/10 at 12:38 pm #
  3. How cute! I’ve seen compressed sugar Legos but never Lincoln logs

    Comment by Rosa on 2/25/10 at 4:32 pm #
  4. Rosa, I thought of just the same thing! But when my DD got the Legos, they didn’t work at all. These look actually functional. Hmm, what other toys would be functional made out of candy?

    Comment by Candy Professor on 2/25/10 at 6:45 pm #
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