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Red Hot Nickel Ball Destroys Giant Jawbreaker Exposing Its Monster Guts

Video: My favourite foe for the vaunted red hot nickel ball is food items. The bigger and more ridiculous and goofier the food, the better the destruction. Take this burning of a giant jawbreaker; it crushes the exterior and then starts boiling and bubbling the gooey green innards. It’s like alien candy blood leaking out.


How Ridiculously Giant Chocolate Easter Eggs Are Made

I don’t see anything excessive about this at all. Instead, I see a chocolate fountain I’d like to install at my house. I now crave a giant chocolate Easter egg I could spend 40 days and 40 nights eating. And I want every meal I eat to be put together by these joy givers who artfully assemble this humungous giant-sized snack.


Look, A Superfast iPhone-Powered M&M Sorting Machine

We have seen plenty of machines sort M&Ms or Skittle by colour, but this new design posted over at Review My Life takes a clever new approach to sort the candies even quicker.


Making Candy Canes By Hand Is A Mesmerising Process

Video: One of my favourite things: seeing the process of how things are made from things I’ve never ever wondered how they get made. Take for instance this awesome hand made candy cane, which starts as dark and yellow sugar goop that looks unrecognizable.


How Cotton Candy Was Popularised By... A Dentist

Cotton candy, in all of its colourful, puffy glory, is one of those timeless treats capable of evoking childhood with one disintegrating bite.


We Ate Beer Lollipops So You Don't Have To

Lollyphile’s new beer lollipops are many things: the epitome of human innovation, the height of candy science, and unfortunately, alcohol-free. But how do they do it and — more importantly — how do they taste? We talked to Lollyphile founder Jason Darling (and tried ‘em for ourselves) to find out.


A Beer Lollipop Is The Epitome Of Human Innovation

Candy company Lollyphile has given us quite a few less-than-appetising suckables in the past (blue cheese or breast milk lollipop, anyone?), but their newest creation comes at the request of the masses. Your beer-flavoured lollipop has arrived.


A Face-Tracking Marshmallow Cannon Aims Straight For Your Mouth

Normally, you wouldn’t want to have a cannon aimed at your face, much less a cannon that can see your face and follow it around. But a team of mechanical and electrical engineering students at Olin College decided to challenge that notion with their marshmallow-firing Confectionary Cannon. It’s worth getting in this sucker’s sights.


Leftover Christmas Candy Meets Its Fiery Doom

Chemical fires are usually bad, but when they’re intentional, controlled and consuming weird Christmas/Santa ring pops they’re easy to endorse.


Genius Machine Sorts Skittles And M&M's By Colour So You Don't Have To

Here’s a question I’m not sure I want to know the answer for: if Skittles and M&M’s came in individual packets for each flavour, would I combine them and eat them like how I do now (in a pile shoved into my mouth) or would I keep the flavours separate and enjoy them on their own? They might be better on their own.


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