Eat It.

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Introduction: Eat It.

To open it just smack it with a spoon
Then use said spoon to deliver yummy goodnes to your
Pi Whole.



Hope you enjoy feel free to comment or suggest

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    thanks they were really rich but because they were small you got just the right amount its about 3 bites and just right you should def make some if you like carmel and chocolate.

    This is AWESOME! I'd love to do something like this, except as a Chocolate Newton's Cradle!

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    Oh you know, candified noodles / fishing line for string, large chocolate pocky for frame and all glued together using Royal Icing. :)

    awesome if you use melted co-co it might hold better but it sounds awesome cant wait to see it.

    Physics. Newton's First, Second (if you're really technical), and Third Laws of Motion. XP

    Probably would need a frame and some string... maybe licorice?

    Video I quickly Googled for:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLZV0Y-VtGw

    Jorgegunn,

    Neat Idea, but I think you're missing a step. In the materials you call out an eagle brand milk, but when you go to use it, you call out caramel, with nothing in between.

    I know how to make Dulce de Leche, so it's not surprise to me, but others may not be so lucky.

    Also, you eagle makes both evaporated AND sweetened condensed milk. You pick the wrong one, and you get burnt milk instead of caramel.

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    your right i just forgot to do it i was in a rush when i posted it i should have just waited. I will fix it thanks so much Crafty dan

    No sweat! You've put together a neat project.

    I'm not usually into candy molding but I'm tempted to give this one a go!