Popin’ Cookin’ are so much fun, therefore we are more than excited that we now have five new sets in our shop. We also found “how to” videos for all the sets, so if you want to see how the DIY candy sets work, click on the pictures below and then scroll to the end of the product pages to watch the videos.
In the funny Kuru Kuru Takoyaki Kracie Popin’ Cookin’ you make a candy version of a famous Japanese street food: octopus balls. Of course there is no real octopus included, but it is apparently the first savory Popin Cookin set. You do need a microwave for this one to bake the dough balls.
The Oekaki Animal Candy Land Popin’ Cookin’ is great if you want to color your own candy. Unlike in previous coloring sets, you can be more precise with your coloring here, as the mold creates kind of a thick outline on the candy, so that the colors don’t mix. You can create up to 8 different colors to fill in your candy.
With the kawaii Zoo Animal Gummy Candy Popin’ Cookin’ you can make funny lemon and grape flavored gummy candy in the shape of zoo animals. The set comes with a cute zoo card to present your candy.
The Kracie four-leaf clover candy game is a ready to eat candy game that’s especially nice for smaller kids. You can play with others or by yourself and have to get as many four-leaf clovers out of the box as possible. It’s a nice and amusing educational game, for example when children learn to count.
The Rocket Byun candy kit lets you decorate your own candy rocket. When you then launch the rocket and tear it apart yummy gum comes out inside that stretches super long. It looks like fire at a real rocket launch. Be sure not to swallow the gum though.
Which set is your favorite?
You can find these new Popin’ Cookin’ candy sets in our shop
Kuru Kuru Takoyaki Kracie Popin’ Cookin’ Choco DIY candy
Oekaki Animal Candy Land Popin’ Cookin’ DIY candy kit Kracie
Zoo Animal Gummy Candy Popin’ Cookin’ DIY candy kit Kracie
Kracie four-leaf clover candy game Popin’ Cookin’
Rocket Byun Popin’ Cookin’ DIY candy kit Kracie