Turn Any Food Into Pop Rocks With Popping Sugar

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Food that doesn’t crackle in your mouth like Pop Rocks is kind of boring. Pop Sugar by Molecule-R is here to help.

Made from a carbon-dioxide infused sugar — the same found in Pop Rocks — sprinkle a little on anything that you’d like to make sweet and disturbingly crackly.

[link, via technabob]

Photos of Candy Meticulously Arranged By Color

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Taste this rainbow… A series of very well-organized and color-coordinated candy by artist Emily Blincoe. When the series is viewed as a whole, our teeth hurt, and we’re treated to a virtual rainbow of candy packaging.

Now I’d like a handful of purple, please…

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[link, via BuzzFeed]

Oreo Taco Cookies

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Cinco de Mayo approaches, and every day is Oreo Day… So, Oreo Taco Cookies make perfect sense. Brought to us by Sandra at She Knows, the taco cookies require nothing more than some white Oreos and a few other ingredients. Get your cookie fiesta started — recipe can be found here.

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[link, via Incredible Things]

Creature Eyes Lollipops

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People can’t lick their own eyeball — but some animals can, and we want in. Thankfully, Priscilla of Designer Lollipop has brought us Creature Eyes Lollipops. The lollies are available in your choice of six, and are cotton candy-flavored.

creature-lollipops-2[available here, via Laughing Squid]

Kit Kat Ads Painted With Melted Kit Kats

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To help celebrate the end of its limited edition white chocolate version, Kit Kat commissioned Australian illustrator Mike Watt to create a few ads. And by “a few” we meant “fifty.” And, they’re not so much “ads” as they are posters that use the last fifty Kit Kat Whites melted down and used as paint.

See more of Kit Kat White’s Final Fifty project over at their Facebook page, and break off a piece of some Kit Kat art.

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[via PSFK]