Make cotton from any candy with Ame de Wataame's sugar spinner


Ame de Wataame's $160 machine is claimed to turn any sweeties into cotton candy. But will it work with bacon? Why walk the fairgrounds with a sticky tumbleweed of empty calories when one could be enjoying a shroud of delicious, gossamer-spun meat?

Custom Home Cotton Candy Maker [Killian Nakamura via Technabob]

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10 Responses to Make cotton from any candy with Ame de Wataame's sugar spinner

  1. Anonymous says:

    Oh dear goodness, please work with bacon. I will buy 6.

  2. Not a Doktor says:


  3. se7a7n7 says:


    This thing and a bag of cinnamon discs would make me very happy!!!

  4. HeatherB says:

    Dear God, Heaven on a stick.

  5. dculberson says:

    My pancreas is always there for me.
    Secreting those enzymes,
    secreting those hormones, too.
    Metabolizing carbohydrates just for me!!

  6. usonia says:

    Not that I don’t love the idea (who doesn’t love bacon?!?), but what makes you think that would work? There isn’t really anything crystaline about bacon. Now if you put the bacon flava of Bac-O’s into a hard candy, there you gots something.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Jolly Rancher’s green apple candies for me, please

  8. Evil Paul says:

    Don’t dream it Rob, live it.

    Pork Floss.

  9. kaiza says:

    You can get pork floss in jars or packets at any chinese supermarket.

    Also, I would love to see a translated version of that video – if only to understand whether the old dude at the end makes any passes at the rather pretty presenter lady. “Oh, you don’t need any candy floss, you’re already sweet enough”.

    I wonder if you can actually put sugar in this and make real candy floss? My pick with hard candies would be Butter Menthols or Eucalyptus drops.

  10. kaiza says:

    Or Warheads!

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