How to Make an Edible Bouquet

Edible bouquets are a delicious and fun way to celebrate a variety of occasions. Whether you’re making one for a birthday or holiday celebration, an edible bouquet is a unique and creative way to show someone that you care. With fruit, herbs, or bacon at your disposal, there’s no limit to the tasty displays that(…)


How to Make Edible Slime

Slime is a great substance for kids to play with, but young children often put it in their mouths. To create a slime that’s safe for kids to taste, use common kitchen ingredients. Cook sweetened condensed milk with cornstarch and sugar or microwave gummy bears or mini-marshmallows with oil. Once you have a sticky sweet(…)


How to Grow an Edible Pond

What’s better than having a water feature in your backyard? Having a water feature that you can eat! There are many varieties of edible plants that you can grow in a simple water garden. With some preparation and the right background knowledge, you can have a pond, and eat it too. EditSteps EditPreparing Your Pond(…)


Edible Anti-cold Bouquet

Anti-cold Edible BouquetHey, it’s Karolina. This is my first instructable, please comment to help me make it even better.Cold can catch us all off-guard. This citrus, honey and root vegetable bouquet is a perfect way to protect your loved ones or as a get-well gift.When cold autumn and winter months…By: karolina-samale Continue Reading » Instructables:(…)


100% Edible Life Sized Violet Crystal Encrusted Sugar Skull

I love skulls, but more importantly, I love making skulls! I’ve cast skulls in almost every material possible including plaster, chocolate, and even meat. I’ve made crystal skulls using Borax and other skulls using resin…but for this project, I wanted to do something different…something tha…By: Tye Rannosaurus Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring – featured


Edible Flower Plant

It’s Mother’s Day!Can’t decide on flowers or candy? Why not giving her both?I usually buy my mom a big flower bouquet, but it isn’t very original. Besides, everybody knows she loves flowers so that’s what she always gets. I wanted to be original this year. I decided that instead of bringing a flower…By: HadasW Continue(…)


Edible Rainbow Cups

The Children’s Day is near and I wanted to make something colorful and fun. I think I succeeded, the kids were especially amused by the fact that they could eat their cup after they had finished drinking from it. The cups can also be used as serving bowls (see photos).Each cup can have it’s special(…)