Finally, we get a little insight into the process, and it looks like a whole lot o’ fun. Just like we used to roll colorful bagels with our childhood Play-Doh sets. Of course, we ate those with no cream cheese. Gangsta!
When enjoying Coca-Cola in liquid form becomes boring, the soft-drink is now available in solid form. Brought to us by Morena DIY, Solid Coke is made possible with a bottle of Coke and unflavored gelatin.
Simply cook the Coke and gelatin together, pour it back into its bottle, refrigerate, then peel back the plastic. See the process in action below.
Whoopie Pies are a wonderful, albeit confusing dessert. Firstly, they’re sort of like sandwich cookies, with an outer layer that’s cake-like, yet, they’re called “pies.”
Nonetheless, whatever these things are, we can now see the process of how they’re made. And, whether you believe you’re watching cookies, cake, or pies being made — the process is hypnotizing, and I want whatever they are in my belly.
The problem with ordinary LEGOs is that, although they’re addictive and colorful, they’re just not jiggly and edible enough.
Thankfully, there’s “The King of Random” Grant Thompson to help solve our real world problem. With a few simple ingredients and supplies, Grant makes totally edible and fully-stackable Gummy LEGO Bricks and minifigures.
Your new gummies will help make a very gelatinous tower, or any structure you can come up with. And, the best part, is that the gummy LEGOs won’t destroy your feet if stepped on.
Apparently, there’s a little superhero movie coming out that you might’ve heard of. It’s called The Avengers, or something.
To help with some much-needed promotion for the movie, Rosanna Pansino of Nerdie Nummies has created a pizza inspired by one of the movie’s protagonists, Captain America.
The Captain America Pizza is made possible with some well-placed pepperoni, olives, and a cheese star. Made to look like the First Avenger’s trusty shield, the pizza should help thwart the most evil of munchies.
Good luck with your movie, Avengers. We hope it does well.