Ingredients of Popin’ Cookin’ Narunaru DIY Candy Tree

Kracie Popin’ Cookin’ Narunaru DIY Candy Tree makes your own candy tree in soda or grape flavor!

Popin' Cookin' Narunaru DIY Candy Tree

Popin' Cookin' Narunaru DIY Candy Tree



Nutritional information
(Soda Flavor) Energy: 64kcal, Protein: 0.01g, Fat: 0g, Sodium: 41mg, Carbohydrate: 16g, Calcium: 44mg


(Grape Flavor) Energy: 64kcal, Protein: 0.02g, Fat: 0g, Sodium: 42mg, Carbohydrate: 16g, Calcium: 45mg



Popin Cookin Nerikyan Land Candy Kit Shape Instructions

Popin Cookin Nerikyan Land Candy Kit

Popin Cookin Nerikyan Land Candy Kit


 


Use your imaginations and create your own candy piece!

Ingredients of Popin’ Cookin’ Oekaki Panda Cake Candy Kit

Kracie Popin’ Cookin’ Oekaki Panda Cake Candy Kit makes your own yaki cake in panda shape!

Popin' Cookin' Oekaki Panda Yaki Cake Candy Kit

Popin' Cookin' Oekaki Panda Yaki Cake Candy Kit



Nutritional information
Energy: 51kcal, Protein: 0.3g, Fat: 0.2g, Carbohydrate: 12g, Sodium: 27mg, Calcium: 143mg

Ingredients of Popin’ Cookin’ Curry Candy Kit

Kracie Popin’ Cookin’ Curry Candy Kit makes your own rice, potato and hash browns with curry sauce!


Popin' Cookin' Curry DIY Candy Kit

Popin' Cookin' Curry DIY Candy Kit

Nutritional information
Energy: 56kcal, Carbohydrate: 12g, Fat: 0.7g, Protein: 0.4g , Sodium: 184mg, Calcium: 61mg



Popin Cookin Store in Singapore

Popin Cookin Store

Popin Cookin Store

Toy Outpost is selling Popin’ Cookin’ in Singapore.


Toy Outpost
Plaza Singapura
VivoCity
112 Katong


If you’re not around the area, you can buy Popin’ Cookin’ online from:


Modes4u.com: http://www.modes4u.com/japanese/popin+cookin


Please refer to Where to buy Popin’ Cookin’ for further reading.




Kracie Popin Cookin Obento (Bento) Candy Kit Review

Kracie Popin Cookin Obento (Bento) Candy Kit

Kracie Popin Cookin Obento (Bento) Candy Kit

Kracie Popin Cookin Obento (Bento) Candy Review by twinebirds.com]

[Review by twinebirds.com]


“The concept behind Popin’ Cookin’ is to put various powders into a tray (which is provided) and just add water! There are many kits with different themes such as cupcakes, sushi and donuts. I should also note that this is edible candy after it sets.


I first learned about Popin’ Cookin’ from RRcherrypie who posts videos of himself making DIY (Do It Yourself) kits he bought and other miniature collections. He also made this kit and you can find the video here. I can’t explain why, but something about the videos makes them very addicting to watch.


There are five things to make in the bento kit: broccoli, fried eggs, octopus hot dog, onigiri and napolitan pasta! My overall impression was that it was fairly simple to make and extremely fun. I was expecting the candy to smell horrible, but as I was mixing, they smelled surprisingly good which I was happy about.


As for taste, there wasn’t anything that tasted bad. The broccoli tasted like green apple but apparently the box said something different. The napolitan pasta and fried eggs were grape; the octopus hot dog was strawberry and the onigiri was yogurt. I enjoyed the broccoli & ocotpus hot dog the most. The best part was piping out the napolitan pasta and sticking hardy candies onto the final products.


The only place I really had issues was making the seaweed for the onigiri. You first make the rice using the power and mixing it with water. But for the seaweed, you pour black powder into slots of the tray and press the ‘rice’ into it so it stamps out the shape of the panda face and strip of seaweed. Since no water was added to it, the powder got everywhere. It also became sticky as it got wet due to the ‘rice’. I actually had to redo the ‘seaweed’ as it started to melt off.


It took me around an hour to make. I think it took me longer then required because I was also taking pictures at the same time. One word of advice is that the mixture does set fairly quickly which is something I learned the hard way. Once you add in the water, start mixing. I think there were parts like the rice, that didn’t shape well, or the napolitan that was grainy when you ate it.”


Popin Cookin Ice Cream Candy Kit Instructions

Popin Cookin Ice Cream Candy Kit

Popin Cookin Ice Cream Candy Kit

Popin Cookin Ice Cream Candy Kit Instructions

Popin Cookin Ice Cream Candy Kit Instructions


It is only in Japanese on the package, but the step-by-step instructions are very easy to understand!

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Popin Cookin Ice Cream Review

Popin Cookin Ice Cream Review

Popin Cookin Nerikyan Land Candy Kit Color Instructions

Popin Cookin Nerikyan Land Candy Kit

Popin Cookin Nerikyan Land Candy Kit

You can even mix different ingredients together to create a new color combination!

Popin Cookin Nerikyan Land Color Instructions

Popin Cookin Nerikyan Land Color Instructions

Use your imaginations and create your own candy piece!

Popin Cookin Neri Land Candy Inspirations

Popin Cookin Neri Land Candy Inspirations

Popin Cookin Ramen & Gyoza DIY Candy Kit Review

Popin Cookin Ramen & Gyoza DIY Candy Kit

Popin Cookin Ramen & Gyoza DIY Candy Kit


Popin Cookin Ramen & Gyoza

Popin Cookin Ramen & Gyoza


[Review by nihonomnom.wordpress.com]


The content will be used to make a mini bowl of ramen and 2 candy gyoza.


First step is to whack the brown packet in the ramen bowl and add some water.

Mix yellow sachet with one measure of water will be used to make the candy ramen noodles, mix well until it’s a thick paste.

Take the plastic bag provided and use the toothpick to make a tiny hole in the corner. Load the corner with the whole up with you noodle paste and then squeeze that yellow paste through the toothpick hole straight into the broth.

Take the candy dough, cut it in half then roll each piece out into as flat a circle for gyoza, then place the 100′s n’ 1000′s type filling in the centre.

Wrap it up round the edges and it is done!

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