Parade Cotton Candy (2oz / 8pk)

by Parade |
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Model # 113555 |

About this item

  • Mixed tray of blue and pink cotton candy
  • Ideal for concessions stands and convenient stores
  • Great for parties
  • Fat-free and fluffy
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Enjoy a classic sweet treat with Parade Cotton Candy. This mixed tray features the colors pink and blue for a fun variety. Fluffy and fat-free, Parade cotton candy makes a delightful snack for adults and children.

The History Of Cotton Candy

This nostalgic confection can be traced back to the 15th century. Introduced as "Fairy Floss" at the 1904 World's Fair, the machine-spun sugar was invented by William Morrison and John C. Wharton. A similar apparatus was constructed and patented by Joseph Lascaux in 1921, during which time cotton candy got its name.

How's Cotton Candy Made?

Cotton candy is made by heating up sugar and spinning it into fine threads. Flavor and color is added by many manufacturers. The airy sweet is then collected and placed on a cardboard funnel to hand out. It can also be put into bags or containers. Parade Cotton Candy comes in convenient plastic tubs.

What Are Fun Ways To Eat Parade Cotton Candy?

Besides eating cotton candy as is, it can also be used as an ingredient or decoration. Place some on top of cookies, cupcakes or pudding to create unique, delectable snacks. Add this confection to the center of doughnuts or as a tasty replacement to marshmallows in s'mores. Use it in ice cream, frozen yogurt, fudge and other desserts. This candy can even be placed in drinks, such as floats and cocktails.

Ideal For Vendors

Parade Cotton Candy comes in a bulk pack of eight. It's great for concession stands at fairs, parades, carnivals, sporting events, amusement parks and theaters. Simple to display, this candy can be used by convenient stores and restaurants. It's also terrific for fundraisers, as well as for parties and other events.

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