I’m guessing that Sonic the Hedgehog was feeling jealous of Pac-Man and Mario having their own sugary treats, so he had to get into the candy-making action.
While I think that Sonic’s candies should look like gold rings, I’m guessing they thought a roll of Butter Rum LifeSavers would have been sort of lame, so they went ahead and made these mystical, magical Chaos Emerald candies instead.
I am writing this story quietly with my office door shut. You see, my son LOVES KitKat bars. I’m talking he would live off the things if you let him. We buy them in bulk at Sam’s Club and he eats one every day after school for a snack.
I’ve never heard of a supervillain-themed party, but if you’re planning on throwing one then you might want to check out this recipe for Kryptonite Candy by Britt Michelsen aka BrittLiv, the same person who made the Pixel Trash Can.
While I’d never spend the time making a s’more shaped like a keyboard, it’s a fun thing to see when most of us spend so much time in front of our computers.
The maker must have been pretty dedicated to his task when he created this intricate keyboard s’more.
Need a sugar fix? Sure, you could eat some candy, or you could EAT SOME CANDY.
Yep, what you’re looking at is the Earth’s largest edible earthworm (a.k.a. the World’s largest gummy worm). At 128x larger than a “standard” gummy worm (is there such a thing as a “standard” for gummy worms?),
Combining two of life’s little pleasures, these handmade chocolates look just like the app icons on my new iPad.
Made in Paris, France, iChocolates come packaged in a box that looks sort of like an iPad (or giant iPhone), and you get 20 organic chocolate “apps” in each box.
I don’t know what it is with cheap-o novelty makers and their insistence on making mock versions of everyday objects that intentionally jolt you with electricity. I suppose we can blame those old Adams joy buzzer tricks for inspiring such malevolent goods.
Here’s the latest ridiculous keychain gadget to come to us from the same guys who brought us infinite bubble wrap and the thirst-unquenching beer can simulator. I give you… never-ending chocolate.
Created in celebration of the 84th anniversary of Meiji chocolates, Bandai’s Meiji chocolate bar clips onto your keychain or cell phone and lets you simulate the sensation and sounds (???)
Super Mario fans – looking for a sugar fix? These delicious sweet and sour candies are the perfect treat for anyone who spends at least a few hours a week bouncing around the Mushroom Kingdom.
There are 5 different candy designs, including green apple sour 1-up mushrooms, blue raspberry mini mushrooms, cherry red cherry power-up mushrooms, sugary yellow star candies, and strawberry-flavored coin candies.
The guys at BigBadToyStore are taking pre-orders for the Question Mark Block candies now.
These cake balls are perfect representations of the classic Katamari Damacy: they’re sticky and colorful, and they look like they’re a lot of fun to use (eat). Pieces might occasionally pop off mid-use, too. Hey, nothing’s perfect.
Once you start looking at these up close, you start to realize how complex they really are–these cake balls are not only candy-coated, but there’s more candy attached, using candy glue to hold everything in place!
These handmade Super Mario Bros. candies from pastry artist Ana Fuji look too good to eat. Each delightful bon-bon features the likeness of a popular character from the Mushroom Kingdom, popping its head out of the top of an orb of chocolate and fondant.
Who do you think looks more yummy, Mario, Luigi or that 1-up mushroom?
I had to figure this was going to show up sooner or later. What with the Nintendo NES mints and Wii gum containers, it was only a matter of time before the Atari 2600 got all jealous and demanded its fair shake.