Pink, light, soft, and swirling high on a paper cone. You see it at the stadium, the concession stand, and the amusement park. Everybody has it and you want it. But how is cotton candy made? We're here to tell you how in just a few simple steps.
You will need: Construction items: A jet-lighter (£3 off ebay). These are lighters that burn with a blue flame. They are hotter than normal lighters and don't cover everything in soot. Get one that locks "on" because you don't want your arm covered in candy-floss from holding it. Small DC motor (e.g.
Start to Finish: 30 minutes Servings: 6 to 8 Difficulty Level: Beginner The sweet and soft texture of cotton candy will leave you waxing nostalgic for childhood visits you made to your town carnival. Bring the flavor of the fair into your home by making cotton candy without a machine.
I ran across this really neat video on YouTube on how to make Cotton Candy at home without a machine! This is a fantastic idea for a small birthday party over the summer! I think if I do this, I''ll do it outside so that I don't have to worry about getting it all over my floor in the kitchen.
How to Make Cotton Candy. Creating cotton candy in large quantities is virtually impossible without a machine designed specifically for doing so. However, you can make your own beautiful creations from threads of spun or pulled sugar, if...
You don't need to wait for a carnival to satisfy your craving for cotton candy. Instead, build this portable, pocket-size machine to turn granulated sugar into an airy treat. A DIY cotton-candy machine consists of a small metal container, repurposed lighter parts to provide heat, and a switch-controlled motor to set everything spinning.