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Stick Of Rock Recipes

Sticks of rock to go with the invitations.

from Metro

You can now get your ice cream served on a cloud of candyfloss

Weather today: cloudy with a chance of soft whip. You can now get your ice cream cone served in a cloud of candyfloss at this dreamy Covent Garden ice cream cafe. The Milk Train Cafe just had a soft opening for its soft serve two weeks ago – and it’s fair to say it’s going down a treat with Londoners.

from The Imagination Tree

The Central Importance of Play

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from Learning 4 Kids

How to make Sugar Crystals on a Stick?

How to make sugar crystals on a stick? A bit of science fun and Kids will be amazed to watch as the sugar crystals grow and increase in size

from A Better Cocktail

Black Russian Cocktail Recipe

The Black Russian cocktail is a mixture of vodka and a coffee liqueur, such as Kahlúa. The drink is traditionally served “on the rocks” in an old fashioned glass.

from WonderfulDIY

Wonderful DIY Rock Candy

Rock candy is always a fun favorite of children, no kids doesn’t like it .It’s very easy to make yourself #diy #food #kids

from Bloglovin’

Rock Candy Experiment (Growing A Jeweled Rose)

Making rock candy at home is really easy and lots of fun!  This activity is a beautiful Science experiment and a yummy treat all in one.  My kids LOVED checking on their jars each day to see if the ro

from What Katy Said

Make A Surprise Number Birthday Cake

How To Make A Surprise Number Cake - easy how to for a stick of rock type cake to give your guests a surprise when the cake is cut open! Perfect for birthdays!


Edible Playdoh! Some without peanut butter, too!!

Make your own Rock Candy! Dissolve 3 cups sugar into 1 cup of water that has been heated over medium heat. Pour evenly into 4 glass jars, or 2 if you want longer sticks of candy. Fix your candy sticks to a pencil and hang over the middle of your solution of sugar, add food coloring and/or flavoring. Cover with paper towel and leave undisturbed for 7 days and the sugar will climb up the sticks making rock candy!