Haaappy Friday, here I am with a Japanese DIY candy kit!Majo majo neru neru, from Kracie!
This is what Jbox has to say about this kit:
“The wizards at Kracie have come up with another magical treat set that let’s you make your own Japanese treats at home. This package featues two unique flavors of Neru Neru Nerune DIY candy powder, cola and ramune, but also includes a special “magic powder” that will change the flavors or taste somehow, perhaps making it sparkle with magic in your mouth. Includes calcium to help build strong bones. Just add water with the included ingredients and mix until you get a fluffy treat that can be eaten alone or with other snacks. By Kracie.”
What comes in the kit:
These are the step one/two/three bags and the special bags.
The tray (you’ll take off the corner which is a measuring cup and a tiny spoon.
Step-by-step with pictures~Pour bag one in one of the bowls.
Add one (filled to the brim) measuring cup of water.Blend it and you’ll get green-brown slime.Add bag number two.When you blend it, it’ll turn fluffy and a coca-cola foam color (not sure how to discribe it).
Pour the content from bag 3 in the other bowl. Now it’s technically done!
You just have to dip the spoon with the candy in the sprinkles and eat it.
But if you’re curious you should try to add the other bags too:
When you add the pink bag, add a measuring cup of water.It’ll fizzle and become fluffier when you’ve blended everything together. It also gets a fruitier flavor.
Add the black/gold bag and it’ll turn pink and taste spicy.Now it’s entirely done!
So what do I think of this DIY candy kit? It’s cool to make, I really like the sprinkles and it tasted good but the texture isn’t really my preference. I like chewy things and this isn’t.
Also, if you’re getting this candy kit, I’d advice you to try the spicy powder on a portion of the candy if you don’t already know that you like spicy candy. Turns out I don’t like my candy spicy. >w<
It was fun but me and nerunerunerune aren’t meant to be (since I don’t like the consistency and the fluffy candy is the main candy in all of those candy kits). I might test another type of DIY candy though :D
Well this went from an early evening to a late one. Hope you enjoyed this Japanese candy post. I’ll make more~