How Cotton Candy is Made
Cotton Candy is Made?
The process first involves the sugar melting into a liquid form that is
spun inside of the cotton candy machine. Next,
the machine forces the liquid state of the candy through small holes that shape
and then cool the liquid sugar. When
it finally cools, the sugar changes back from a liquid state to a solid state
where it can be collected and served on a stick waiting for you to indulge this
Directions on how to Create Cotton Candy
Like any thing else, practice makes
perfect. The more you practice
making cotton candy the better your finished product will be.
If you follow these simple and easy directions, you should not have any
problems with making it. Any age
can make this enjoyable treat, however we do suggest adult supervision when
children under the age of 18 operate a cotton candy machine.
We do advise that you practice making the cotton candy a couple of days
before you plan on serving this at your next get-together or fundraiser event so
that you can get the feel of how to make it.
After practicing, you may realize that you need other supplies or you may
learn do’s and don’ts that will allow you to make a better product.
If you do not own a machine, your first step is to buy one from us at
CottonCandyExpress.com where we will be more than happy to assist you, or you
may rent one from your local restaurant supply store or rental store.
Here are ten simple directions that we hope will help make your cotton
candy a hit!
a clean, damp cloth to moisten the inner part of the floss pan, which
enables the floss to stick to the pan
the direction that the floss is spinning off of the floss head
the floaters which are located on top of the spinner head
for more lift
for less lift
the cone at the pointed end and hold it an inch or two between your thumb
and two fingers
a light flicking motion to break into the web of floss
up the cone that should have a ring of floss attached to it and wind the
floss onto the cone; Use a clean, damp sponge to brush the cone if the floss
does not appear to stick to the cone
Only roll floss on outside of pan
order to make a larger web, use a “figure-8” motion to turn the ring of
floss onto the cone; once you have become an expert, you might want to lift
the ring of the floss out of the pan with just a flick of the wrist
last, either enjoy or sell your mouth-watering treat!