If you have spent more than five minutes on the internet the past month or so, you have probably heard of fidget spinners. What you may not have known is that you can buy edible ones. But watch out, if you play with these fidget spinners for too long, they’ll melt! These fidget spinners aren’t plastic; they’re made of chocolate and other goodies such as fruity pebbles and M&Ms.
These sweet spinners sell anywhere from four to six bucks a pop. They made their retail debut in Huntington, New York at a gift shop called Sweetie’s Candy Cottage. Lisa Hodes of Sweetie’s claims that she is making “thousands” of these trendy treats. They are also available at seven other stores in New York, such as Raindew and Funky Monkey. However, not everyone has the luxury of traveling to New York.
Maybe not everyone can go to the east coast to enjoy this candified toy, but anyone can make chocolate fidget spinners at home with the help of food-safe silicone molds and Youtube tutorials. Note that this is an opportunity to go crazy on the toppings and fillings, just FYI. This trend can also be enjoyed in cookie form, thanks to a place called Clearly Cookies.
So what do you guys think? Do these spinners look good? Let us know by leaving a comment in the form below! Also, if you like chocolate, Candy Pros has many varieties to choose from!