This Recipe for Homemade Toy Candies Lets You Stack and Snack

By: Ady Floyd - May 25, 2015
References: theawesomer & thisiscolossal
This recipe for homemade toy candies is a simple way to prove that sometimes it is okay to play with your food. Grant Thompson is the creator of the YouTube channel King of Random. His latest video is a cooking tutorial that shows viewers how to make LEGO candy that you can eat.

It is a simple process that combines only three ingredients of corn syrup, jell-o and gelatin. The end product is a bunch of toy pieces that can actually be stacked on top of one another. Mixing these ingredients together in cold water and then heating over the stove into one subtance, it is ready to be poured into molds.

Thompson made molds on his own and also suggested purchasing molds from the LEGO store that are used as ice cube trays. After letting the entire substance sit for five to six hours, the result is a perfectly durable gummy candy that can be stacked and played with. This recipe is simple and easy leaving no sticky feeling to the homemade toy candies.