Popin Cookin Donuts Candy Kit Review

Popin Cookin Donuts Candy Kit

Popin Cookin Donuts Candy Kit

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Popin Cookin Donuts Review

Popin Cookin Donuts Review

Kracie Happy Kitchen Donuts Instrcutions Tips

Kracie Happy Kitchen Donuts Candy Kit

Kracie Happy Kitchen Donuts Candy Kit

Kracie Happy Kitchen Donuts instrcutions tips by twinebirds.com

Kracie Happy Kitchen Donuts instrcutions tips by twinebirds.com

[Tips by twinebirds.com]


Making Popin Cookin Donuts


When putting the dough into the “tin” to make the various designs, one way to check if it reaches the bottom is to look at it from the other side and see if the bottom makes contact when you press it. When you are trying to mix two different flavours, make sure you give additional attention to where the two flavours merge because I had a few times when I took them out, it fell apart as they didn’t merge together.


Chocolate Icing


To ensure that you don’t cut a huge hole in the piping bag, stick a toothpick through one corner! Perfect small hole. I would also suggest trimming back the additional plastic at the bottom next to the piping hole as it can smear your frosting.


Vanilla and Chocolate Icing


The toothpick comes in handy later when frosting too. The vanilla and strawberry frosting were thicker then the chocolate. One way I found to smooth it out like in the image, is to use some water (warm preferably) and wet the tip of the toothpick and use it to smooth it down. It still isn’t as smooth as the chocolate but it helps!



Kracie Happy Kitchen Donuts Candy Kit Review

Kracie Happy Kitchen Donuts Candy Kit

Kracie Happy Kitchen Donuts Candy Kit

Kracie Happy Kitchen Donuts Candy Review by twinebirds.com

Kracie Happy Kitchen Donuts Candy Review by twinebirds.com

[Review by twinebirds.com]


“When I opened the box is that the contents smelled “sweet.” Aside from the packets of powder, there is a little note warning that you should only use four cups (the plastic one they provide) of water when mixing the dough.  The cup  in this kit a bit smaller as well. There is a dent in the bottom of the tray where you mix the dough indicating how much water needs to be added.


Word of advice: while it is very tempting to add more water in as you’re mixing the dough as it seems like there isn’t enough water, trust in the instructions and keep going! I found using a “kneading” motion used for mixing dough extremely useful. Slowly, the power will mix with the dough and become workable.


The instructions say to prepare four dough balls each for vanilla and chocolate making eight in total. However, I was able to make three extra ones. The vanilla cake base smells very much like birthday cake and the chocolate smells like baked chocolate cake, both of them didn’t taste extremely like their name sake but there was a definite hint to it.


As for the frosting, the chocolate icing leaned more toward a dark chocolate flavour whereas, vanilla frosting tastes “sweet” and strawberry tastes like its name sake. When I was mixing, the positioning of the icing/frosting reminded me of Japanese snacks called “Yan Yan” I used to eat as a kid. As for decorating, the chocolate one was easiest to use. We are given two decorations, one is the colourful hard candy and the other is crispy bits, I think it uses the same flavouring as the donuts. If you would like some additional tips on decorating, click here!


One thing I love about these about these kits is that they have multiple uses and I also like how the powders turn into different things even when they start off all the time. My over all impression of this was that this kit was extremely fun! I liked the decorating bit as well and recommend this kit to anyone who does. There wasn’t anything in this kit that was hard to do and generally everything tasted fine.”


Popin Cookin Donuts English Instructions

Popin' Cookin' Donuts DIY Candy Kit

Popin' Cookin' Donuts DIY Candy Kit

Popin Cookin Donuts English instructions

Popin Cookin Donuts English instructions

[Credit - picture and translation by lovemelancholy.livejournal.com]