Candy Chemistry

September 11, 2017 - Comment

665003 Features: -Explore chemistry as you cook up candies and chocolates in the kitchen.-Perform a number of sweet experiments.-Learn important physical science principles related to candy and cooking.-Discover why sugar crystallizes to make rock candy.-Does not contain hazardous chemicals or food items.-Supply the safe ingredients from your kitchen.-Learn about specific heat and the phases of

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665003 Features: -Explore chemistry as you cook up candies and chocolates in the kitchen.-Perform a number of sweet experiments.-Learn important physical science principles related to candy and cooking.-Discover why sugar crystallizes to make rock candy.-Does not contain hazardous chemicals or food items.-Supply the safe ingredients from your kitchen.-Learn about specific heat and the phases of matter by molding chocolates.-Uses a thermometer and learn about heat and temperature while boiling sugar.-Measurements and conversions, volumes, and weights.-Investigate the chemistry of gummy bears.-Learn about the mysterious phenomenon of triboluminescence with wintergreen candies.-Make gummy candies, chocolate shapes, and hard sugar candy using the special tools. Includes: -Included: plastic and metal molds, candy thermometer, spatula, dipping fork, and more. Color/Finish: -Finish them with foils, paper cups, sticks, and wrappers.-48 Page, full-color manual provides instructions and explanations.

Product Features

  • Make rock candy, chocolates, gummy bears, wintergreen candies, and more.
  • Learn about specific heat and temperature, crystallization, measurements and conversions, volume, and weight.
  • Personalize your candy by choosing your ingredients.
  • Decorate your finished candy with colorful foils, papers cups, and wrappers.
  • New 2012 item – includes 48-page full-color manual.

Comments

Chris Rosenthal says:

interesting this provided clear insturctions and a number of interesting experiments. it however was way over pirced, I would not recommend purchase again. you can look up many of the experiments on line. the kit did provied some excellent Christmas day activities for the entire family

rs says:

meh. My kids were excited to eat candy they made, but were a little disappointed that each recipe makes such a small amount and everything takes so long to make. I think that for a candy thermometer, a little booklet and some molds, the price is a bit steep.

helena joyce says:

Awesome!! This is such a nice set. It comes with a great booklet with lots of reading about how the science of cooking works (liquid to solid, condensation, etc.) The recipe were all easy to follow and fun to eat! I wasn’t crazy that I had to buy lots of the ingredients for the recipes, but they were relatively cheap and my 9 yo son was REALLY into this. He loves cooking and chemistry, what else could I ask for?

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