Solar System Hard Candy Lollipops

Solar System Hard Candy Lollipops

Forget about having the whole world in your hand. Soon you can have the entire solar system in your hand if you order Solar System Hard Candy Lollipops.

Better yet you can start devouring the entire solar system, starting with the sun. It might take you a while because these lollies are almost as big as giant gobstoppers. Once you get the hang of it though, you can work your way outward and in order; My, Very, Educated, Mother, Just, Served, Us, Nine, Pizzas.

Solar System Hard Candy Lollipops

  • This order is for 10 pieces of edible images planets lollipops. We included the sun and Pluto here. You will receive: Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. The backs of these lollipops are black flecked with silver edible glitter that simulates stars.
  • All lollipops are individually wrapped and sealed. Pops are poured onto 4.5″ white paper sticks. They stand approximately 4″ inches high in all.
  • IN ONLY TWO FLAVORS: cotton candy and strawberry. Please choose ONE per order of 10 pieces.

Notice how Pluto is still being considered a planet in this case? Beware of geeky galactic debates that could ensue on the subject of the Milky Way.

These particular suckers are so much in demand that you cannot have them until 2013. Did SETI and NASA get together and order a big truckload or something? Geez. Anyway, the planets will be worth the wait because they twinkle like the stars and taste like strawberry or cotton candy. I bet you were thinking they’d taste like dirt, rocks and sand.

Solar System Hard Candy Lollipops by Vintage Confections can be pre-ordered through Etsy.com for $17.50 for a set of 10. They would make great party favors or would look geekalicious atop a birthday cake for an astronomy-themed party.

If you happen to be looking for game ideas, kid and adults will have fun sending the¬†Inflatable Solar System planets into orbit. And you don’t have to worry about injuries since inflatable balls only lead to low-impact collisions. For added some drama, you might want to invite an Inflatable Alien to the party.

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Patra Beaulieu

About Patra Beaulieu

Patra has a background in molecular biology and was a former writer / translator for one of Canada's major web-based entertainment news providers. She currently resides in Ottawa, Ontario and is into alpine skiing, biking, music, movies, dining, baking, traveling, spending time with family, friends and her mini goldendoodle.

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