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Playing with Popin cookin~

Recently my daughter has been watching toy reviews on our ipad. Well in her many veiwings she found this thing called Popin cookin. It is candy that you can make into different things, so out of  curiosity I had to get some. We are big candy fans in this house. We got many different ones to start  and after waiting about 2 weeks was happy to get my package in the mail!
(me and my daughter once we got it, sorry it is sideways)
We started with these three. (sushi kit, Bento box, and dodotto soda)

This is the sushi one once done.

This is the dodotto soda

This is the Bento box once done.

These three were really fun to work with. 
  • The Sushi had candy soy sauce, and you even made candy fish eggs to put on top!  The taste was pretty good too even though the soy sauce I really didnt really have a taste.
  • The dodotto soda thing was the easiest out of these three to do but had way to much sugar for me. The cool things about it thought was making it! You mixed up two packs  into two seprated bowls and then used this sucker thing and droped one liquid into the other and it created little fish egg balls. (note~ not really fish eggs remember everything is candy!!)
  • The last one we did this day was the Bento box and wow did we save the best of last this day. The bento box was amazing and I would def. recommened it to everyone. It might look like a lot of work but was pretty easy. Each thing had a different flavor, and it all tasted great!

On to the second day of trying Popin Cookin~
This day we tried waffles and this candy paste set.

<Candy paste set

<Waffle set

<waffle set when done
 (note- my daughter did this one)
Not sure of the age they recommed for these but my almost 4 year old did both of these with no issues. She loved them both, and was happy to have some fun candy!
The candy paste kit  was easy to do, at the end you will have a candy paste and little candies. You are suppose to dip ur spoon into the paste then into the little candies then eat. My daughter was not a big fan of the candy paste but made sure to eat al lthe little candies.
The waffle kit was a huge hit and was very nice! Another thing I would def. tell everyone to try!
It had few steps and at the end you came out with two little waffles with strawberry syrup, blueberries, and wipped cream on top. None of it was to much suger all tasted very nice. Two thumbs up to this, will be getting again!
This finished off our day two of exploring with popin cookin.

Today we only tried one, again made this with my daughter.
We did the candy kit, cream cake. (just like ice cream)
Came out a little messy, but was again very good. My daughter had fun and to me that is all that matters. This one only had 3 steps and tasted good. The sprinkles are a great add at the end and made the dessert!

Well I have two more I have not opened yet. (they are the donut kit and hamburger kit) once I do I will post.
I hope you all liked this review of some of things popin cookin and happy kitchen offers. 
This is the website I bought all my stuff from and will buy from again! Any questions feel free to ask, I can not wait to try my hand at making easers!


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