Cotton Candy

Cotton candy is made from flavored sugars that have been heated and spun. The result is a light and fluffy floss that melts on contact with the moisture in your mouth.

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How do you make cotton candy sugar?

To make Cotton Candy Sugar you mix flavoring with "Sanding Sugar". sanding sugar is not the same consistency as your normal granulated sugar. There are a number of places where you can purchase different flavorings to mix in but i prefer using a product named great floss. it comes premixed in a one pound container. there are a number of different flavorings available.

How much cotton candy is made in a year?

9.29 million $'s worth. over 900 million pieces each year.

What are the advantages of cotton candy machine?

you can make it at home an have as much as wanted

What happens if your dog eats cotton candy?

Dogs can eat cottan candy but not the grape cottan candies

What is a hyperbole for Cotton Candy?

Hyperbole is the use of exaggeration as a figure of speech. It is used for emphasis, and is not intended to be taken literally. For example, "this bag weighs a ton!".

How might we apply hyperbole to cotton candy? It depends what aspect of the cotton candy you wish to emphasise. Perhaps you are particularly impressed by it's lightness ("this cotton candy is lighter than a feather") or its sweetness ("the cotton candy was sweeter than an angel's kiss") or its flavour ("eating the cotton candy was like being gently punched in the teeth by chopped strawberries wrapped around a bag of tiny cut diamonds") or the quantity of the portion ("there was tons and tons of cotton candy!") or its price ("the cotton candy cost just a few cents a pop") or its location and context ("the cotton candy was perfect, just what I needed right then") or its general effect on you ("the cotton candy hit my lips like a pink explosion of strawberry-sugar floss-light stardrops and I nearly fainted with delight").

Why does cotton candy dissolve so fast?

I'm not entirely sure myself but logically it seems it would be because it's mostly sugar which is just spun into soft fibers. Saliva is the first step at breaking down food. Because the sugar is so thin it is immediately dissolved.

In other words the wetness of our saliva makes it turn into just sugar which slides down our throats to quickly to realize it.

"When it comes in contact with water it forms a gravitational anomaly and collapses on itself."

Can cats eat cotton candy?

Generally speaking, no. Cats should not be given sugary foods (any kind of dessert food) because the sugar will rot their teeth. Cats can't brush their teeth like humans can, so their teeth already get plenty rotten without sugar to accelerate the decay. You can try brushing their teeth for them, but good luck with that. Most cats will not allow it, unless you've been doing it since they were kittens.

It's not going to kill the cat, if you let it eat a bit of cotton candy, once in a blue moon. To be honest, sometimes I give my cats a little bit of vanilla frosting when I have cakes or cupcakes for dessert.

But it's a bad idea to feed your cat sugary foods on a regular basis. Every once in awhile as a rare treat it's okay, but no more than that. And never give a cat chocolate, as it is toxic to them, just like with dogs. From what I've read, chocolate is not quite as toxic for cats as it is for dogs, but it should still be avoided.

How do you make cotton candy soap?

First you get a glycerin and cotton candy sented oils let it mix together and then let it dry glycerin soap is hot so be careful

How many calories in cotton candy?

Around 200, but 56 grams of sugar in it, so better as a once in a while splurge.

Do clouds taste like cotton candy?

I shouldn´t think clouds have any taste as thery are made of water vapour.

What is Panju Mittai called in English?

It is called as Cotton sweet candy or Candy floss.

Candy floss is the same thing as cotton candy. Both names are adopted from the original name, fairy floss. Two Nashville, Tennessee candy makers dubbed this light as air and super sweet confection fairy floss in 1897. They created an electric machine that would produce the spun sugar, and sold this confection at the St. Louis World’s Fair in 1904, where it was extremely popular.

Where did the phrase sticky sticky stombo no so rombo ichinam nooinam connie Ronnie tongo originate and what does it mean?

I think you mean:


A king long ago asked his subjects what he should name the newborn prince. He liked all of the submitted names so much that he used them all.

What is cotton candy made of?

The sugar is heated in the machine and then spun into fibers.

Is cotton candy a chemical change?

Nope it's a physical change due to heat.

Why is my Rose art cotton candy machine beeping?

It is probably wet on the inside where you put the sugar, or it has sugar clogged inside of it. Try drying it off with a paper towel or getting the sugar out of it.

What causes cotton candy to dissolve in your mouth?

The reason is that the saliva in your mouth moistens the cotton candy since the candy is basically sugar.

What happens when you microwave semen?

I did it once out of curiosity. It boiled over like one of those volcanoes in science class, then it put off a terrible smell. My whole house smelled like a third world whorehouse in August.

I had to go get a new microwave and 3 cans of Lysol, and i told my friends that I was sick so nobody came to visit.

My advice to you... Dont try this at home.