Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Lavender Candy Floss






Just had the best fun making candy floss sprinkled with lavender at my sister in laws place :-) cool machine and loads of fun to make with little ones, but does get quite hot. We simple heated it added about a tablespoon of sugar and sprinkles with lavender.
 I think the toppings could be endless. 

What would you top yours with?


Just read Gloria's lovely blog based in Chile and she posted a Lavender Creme Brulee just had to share the link so good




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45 comments:

  1. How fun! What a treat and fun activity.

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  2. That is too cool; I can just imagine the fun for your lovely daughter. I had no idea this machine existed.
    Rita

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  3. Great stuff, I would love some ♥

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  4. What a fun time. It brings back happy memories.
    Mimi

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  5. Looks like you had a lot of fun making it and eating it! I wouldn't mind one.

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  6. Hey Rebecca! How fun! Love that you used lavender for yours.I just pulled some out to use for a cake!

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  7. How fun! And I love the use of lavender, Reb. Plus, I want to drop the "American" name cotton candy and use cotton floss...much cooler ;)

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  8. That looks like so much fun! The candy floss must be tasty too with the lavender :)

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  9. Sounds like this would be my favorite candy floss!!

    Jasmine is so cute! :)

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  10. Lovely! I love lavender too! gloria

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  11. Candy floss always looks like so much fun to make! :D Lovely flavour too using lavender :)

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  12. So much fun!! I love candy floss and eat these non stop ! :)

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  13. Looks fun and love that you can make small sizes instead of the huge ones they give you at the fair. I'm thinking coconut might be a good topping...

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  14. Wow I want one! I mean sure the candy floss, too but I meant the machine... :-D Looks so yummy, especially homemade!

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  15. What fun! I never knew you could get a machine for home like that...very cool :)
    Hope your having a great week, hugs

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  16. I want one of those machines... PINK! I haven't had cotton candy in ages. I think I would sprinkle mine with some matcha powder :)

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  17. How fun does this candy floss look! And the lavender makes it a more sophisticated treat!

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  18. That's indeed a cool machine. It's bringing back my childhood memories.

    http://spoon-and-chopsticks.blogspot.com/

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  19. belinda it was fun for sure
    Rita oh that machine is cool i want one
    Ana :-)
    Mimi everyone loves candy floss hugs
    cool lassie will make u one next
    Nina oh thats cool look forward to seeing your post
    heather he he love the differences in what we call things
    biren worked so well
    a bowl of mush yep has your name on it he he
    Gloria and love your creme brulee
    suman :-)
    Lorraine great to make with little ones
    kankana we had to stop from making more he he
    EA oh i loved the portion sizes as well
    nami oh you and your family would enjoy the machine
    magic of spice thanks nice being here with sis in law
    chef pandita oh wow love the matcha idea
    yummychunklet :-)
    spoon and chopsticks love activities that makes us feel like kids
    jose thanks

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  20. Look so fun to make candy floss , my kids sure like to have this machine at home.

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  21. Wow! A light bulb just went on in my head. I do not have a machine like that one but I know someone that does. Somehow the idea of a spicy candy sounds good. Like sugar and chili power.

    Hugs to your girl!

    Mely

    PS. How is that baby growing?

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  22. Looks fun and delicious, have always loved candy floss. My flavor would be lemon rosemary.

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  23. awwww this looks like SOOO much fun. she will remember this forever. btw, is this the same thing as cotton candy?

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  24. I always have loved candy floss. Such fun, Rebecca!

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  25. For a while, I thought little ants were getting to that floss! :)

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  26. Wow Rebecca, this must be so fun...and sure brings memories of my childhood. Hope you are having a great week :-)

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  27. I didn't know they made a machine for home use! I used to love it when I was a little girl :)

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  28. Looks like fun! I'm guessing candy floss is the same as cotton candy? At least it looks the same. Lavender sounds like such a fun and unique flavor :)

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  29. oh my gosh how fun! love the lavender flavor!

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  30. Sonia oh they would
    Mely oh i was thinking that yesterday :-) and yep baby is growing well three months to go
    oysterculture oh that sounds great
    Junia yep same thing :-)
    Barbara :-)
    chopinmysaucepan he he i guess it does look like that
    susan oh we all need one he he
    victoria yep thats what it is :-) hugs
    Teresa :-)

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  31. fun, miss that cotton candy and festival.

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  32. My daughter cannot go to a fair without finding cotton candy. I will not tell her there is a machine. The lavender flavoring is a grand addition.

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  33. Such a fun machine and the flavors are endless.

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  34. swathi love that its international
    Claudia oh i think you need to treat her he he
    kim smiles

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  35. Haven't cooked with lavender but have made simple syrup to use for cocktails. You make floss, I make martinis. Ha.

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  36. Oh my this sounds like so much fun - how about some anise :)

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  37. So much fun, lavender is lovely!

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  38. So much fun ~ I want one too :))
    US Masala

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  39. Lauren love the martini idea fun
    delissh oh that would be cool as well
    five star foodie would love to see yours :-)
    aipi :)

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  40. This is fabulous, and it raises the bar with the lavendar!

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  41. Lavender floss- wow, that would be a taste sensation. I grow and use my lavender- this would be a fun application indeed!

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  42. oh wat fun! and i need some candy floss!

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  43. Janet thanks and thanks for stopping by
    Lori heres hoping mine grows :-)
    ananda will make some for you :-)

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