Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Pop rocks. Get inspired and try out new things.
Pop Rocks, Wacky Packs, Now and Laters—all the great candy of the 1970s are listed below. How many of these do you remember?
If you really want to knock people's socks off, all you have to do is make homemade Pop Rocks. It's easy to do and requires no fancy equipment. Learn how to do it here!
Gayle Cordova saved to Candy
You're an adult and you can eat whatever you please.
Anne Scobell saved to Nomz
Trying to DIY Poprocks, we came up with these lovely sour lemon fizzy shards. Enjoy! Enjoy! Enjoy!
- • 1 Wire rack
- • 1/3 cup Corn syrup
Baking & Spices
- • 1 tsp Lemon extract
- • 1 tsp Liquid food colouring, red
- • 1/4 cup Powdered sugar
- • 2 cups Sugar
- • 1 Cookie sheet
- • 1 Candy thermometer
- • 1/4 cup Water
- • 1 4 cup citric acid powder + 2 tbs for dusting
- • 1 tsp Bakng soda
- • Measuring Cups (Spoons, and Pinchbowls)
- • Meat Tenderizer or Rolling Pin
- • Medium Saucepan and Spatula
- • SUPPLIES
- • Large Ziplock-Style Freezer Bag
Ronda Beattie saved to candy
Pop Rocks Crackling Gum. Artificially flavoured popping candy which then turns into gum! Price is for one Pack Popping Candy. [split_description] Ingredients: Sugar, Lactose: (Milk), Gum Base: (Soy), Maltodextrin, Citric Acid, Glycerine, Corn Syrup, Artificial Flavour, Red 40 BHT: (Antioxidant), Processed with Carbon Dioxide. Made in Spain
Ashwiinpetersen saved to lolly Rock
Pop Rocks: Urban Legend Vs. RealityThe tall tale of deadly Pop Rocks came from the infamous Little Mikey, the cute face of the classic Life cereal commercials in the 70's. The legend states that poor Mikey gobbled up a bag of Pop Rocks, and the…
Shirley Russell saved to teaching ideas
Enjoy a fun edible STEM activity for kids in these homemade pop rocks. Make your own DIY pop rocks and learn about science while you're at it.
On this particular quarantine day (what? why else would you be Googling "easy kids arts and crafts"?), the answer to your indoor-boredom needs doesn't lie in the playroom: It's time to get those kids into the kitchen. No, we're not suggesting you start teaching your kids to make a soufflé (although learning to cook as a family is its own thrilling education to be sure). We're talking about arts and crafts using supplies stocked in your pantry, fridge and kitchen cupboards. From using sponges…
wendy wickman saved to craft
Often called pop rocks these ten unusual exploding candy snacks come in some very unusual flavours that all pop when you put them in your mouth.
Crave Popcorn Co saved to Candy Buffet
Yes, it is possible to make Pop Rocks, the famously fizzy candy, right in your own kitchen. No, you don’t need any special equipment or a science degree. This at-home version of the classic candy attains its magical fizz through a combination of citric acid and baking soda. Time for a fun kitchen experiment!
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