Know a budding scientist with a sweet tooth? It’s easy for you and your kids to grow a rainbow of homemade rock candy crystals — all you need is a little kitchen chemistry.

How To Make Rock Candy

Know a budding scientist with a sweet tooth? It’s easy for you and your kids to grow a rainbow of homemade rock candy crystals — all you need is a little kitchen chemistry.

This recipe for rock candy is fun for kids to make!

Homemade Rock Candy Recipe

For Valentine’s Day, we made borax crystal hearts, and playing around with the science of crystals inspired me to try making a rock candy recipe. If you aren’t familiar with rock candy, it is simply

2 cups water 1 cup white corn syrup 3 1/2 cups sugar 1/4 tsp cream of tartar 1/4 tsp vanilla extract 3 drops of blue gel food coloring I boiled the mixture and then continued stirring it on the hea...

This is supposed to be Rock Candy, but I don't think I can give someone candy that looks like crystal meth. Especially crystal meth that looks like the kind in Breaking Bad

I have a stick of rock candy to Conor for Valentine's Day. He said it looks like traptanium (from skylanders). I think we'll have to make some more traptanium sticks soon!!!

I have a stick of rock candy to Conor for Valentine's Day. He said it looks like traptanium FUN SCIENCE PROJECT ON CRYSTALS (from skylanders). I think we'll have to make some more traptanium sticks soon!

Homemade Rock Candy -- A fun family DIY | wearenotmartha.com

Want to make your own rock candy? This tutorial will give you step-by-step instructions for DIY rock candy in all colors!

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7 Fantastic Rock Candy Recipes

Growing your own rock candy sugar crystals is a delicious science experiment to do with kids. Only two ingredients are required to "grow" these sweet treats. Your kids will love making them! | DIY | Candy | YMCFood | YummyMummyClub.ca

Homemade Rock Candy - A Delicious Science Experiment

Growing your own rock candy sugar crystals is a delicious science experiment to do with kids. Only two ingredients are required to "grow" these sweet treats.

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