Four Popin’ Cookin’ Oekaki Panda Face Patterns

Popin' Cookin' Oekaki Panda Candy Kit

Popin' Cookin' Oekaki Panda Candy Kit

Each Popin’ Cookin’ Oekaki Panda Candy Kit comes with a different pattern, there are altogether four panda faces.



Popin' Cookin' Oekaki Panda Face Pattern 1

Popin' Cookin' Oekaki Panda Face Pattern 1

Popin' Cookin' Oekaki Panda Face Pattern 2

Popin' Cookin' Oekaki Panda Face Pattern 2

Popin' Cookin' Oekaki Panda Face Pattern 3

Popin' Cookin' Oekaki Panda Face Pattern 3

Popin' Cookin' Oekaki Panda Face Pattern 4

Popin' Cookin' Oekaki Panda Face Pattern 4

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!

Kracie Popin Cookin Sushi Candy Kit Review

Kracie Popin Cookin Sushi Candy Kit

Kracie Popin Cookin Sushi Candy Kit


Kracie Popin Cookin Sushi Candy Review by bohnenhase.blogspot.de

Kracie Popin Cookin Sushi Candy Review by bohnenhase.blogspot.de


[Review by bohnenhase.blogspot.de]


Popin Cookin is a selfmade-candy-kit from the company Kracie, by which you can create with the help of water and powder in a short time creat realistic looking food from chewy candies and jellies.
In my case it was a kit for sushi, but there are also other kits for bento, ramen, ice cream and crepes. All things are edible, but to that later more.”



“When you unpack it, you will find a white box with several compartments to mix the different powder, six bags of various powders, a dark brown soft candy, a pipette for the liquid and a spoon to mix the powder.
Light blue = grape-fruit-flavored soft candy = rice
Pink = grape-flavored jelly = tuna
Yellow = grape-flavored jelly = tamagoyaki
Orange = grape-flavored jello = caviar
Green = release agent for orange
Purple = sherbet powder = sprinkles for chirachi sushi
Brown = grape-flavored soft candy = nori”



“Here you can see the close up of the box. You can see clearly the marking for the water and the pattern for tamagoyaki and tuna.”



“All compartments except the compartment at the top to the center are filled with water up to the marking. After that you fill the right powder in each compartment and stir well. The compartment at the top of the center can either be left empty or you fill it with water to clean the spoon between the steps.


Right: The powder becomes to a soft white soft candy, from which will later formed the rice.


Middle: Here the powder becomes to a yellow and red jelly-like mass for the tamagoyaki and tuna.


Left: In the lower compartment will mixed an orange liquid jello sauce, which will then reared with a pipette and then added drop by drop into the upper left compartment. By the release agent the liquid will directly to round firm beads.”



Kracie Popin Cookin Sushi Candy Kit Review 6

Kracie Popin Cookin Sushi Candy Kit Review 6

“The dark brown soft candy will still accurate to the illustrated size-formed and then is all ready.”