First off, we want to wish you a happy new year! Now before you finalize your resolution list we highly recommend jotting down “eat more cotton candy”. No, we aren’t joking and we can practically hear your gasps while you read this. Before you press the back button and continue on with your daily lives, hear us out. We think that Rainbow Cotton Candy can really enhance your 2018
1. Nobody is unhappy while eating cotton candy.
If being happy is a goal for 2018, then try eating some cotton candy. If Rainbow Cotton Candy doesn’t put a smile on your face then let us know immediately so we can make sure that bag wasn’t defective.
2. It’s a perfect party favor.
Ensuring that your party is top notch can be extremely stressful. Well, let us hit you with some knowledge. Cotton Candy at a party is a definite crowd pleaser. Just read our reviews,people can’t get enough of it!
3. You deserve to treat yourself.
We get it, a resolution you probably have down already is to spend less money. However, once a month, you deserve to treat yourself. We recommend that treat to be diving straight into a bag of fluffy cotton candy, but up to your preference (it is cheaper than a shopping spree).
4. Sugar is cheaper than therapy.
Cotton candy doesn’t talk back but will be there for you when you need it. See number one for more explanation.
5. Because cotton candy is awesome.
Probably one of the most underrated treats of all time is cotton candy. Typically, when you have a craving for sweets is your go to chocolate? How about chewy candy? It’s time to change that thought process. Next time you have a craving we encourage you to satisfy it with some cotton candy, then tell us how you feel!
Wow your guests with these pretty (and delicious) cotton candy drinks! Put a ball of cotton candy in a glass and pour in sparkling water. For a fun, adult twist try adding champagne instead! You could also try a cotton candy martini by adding vodka and cranberry juice.
With champagne or vodka- Pink: fruit punch, strawberry
Cotton Candy Trees
We love this idea from Chi Omega at ASU. For a carnival/festival themed event, the girls hung our customized bags from trees! This idea could work for so many different themes and adds a fun and easy decoration!
While these are just a few of our favorites, there are so many ways you can use cotton candy to add a special, little kick to any event. Have any more ideas? Let us know in the comments! Be sure to like us on Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date with Rainbow, and the cute ways our customers use our cotton candy.
It’s a hot, summer day, and you are spending it (fill in the blank with your favorite summer activity). The sun is draining, and all you can think about is that growing craving for sugar in your mouth. Maybe you’re at the fair and you see it at a concession stand. Maybe you’re at a ball game and you hear the familiar sound of a barker yelling that you can get it here. No matter where you are or what you are doing, there is only one way to satisfy that craving: Cotton Candy. The delicious fluff is the best summer treat: it’s light, fun, and undeniably delicious. But what is it about this tasty treat that makes us crave it? Where did this stuff come from?
The Birth of Cotton Candy:
Originally called “Fairy Floss,” machine-spun cotton candy was first invented by the most unlikely of creators: a dentist. Dr. William Morrison and his candy-making partner, John C. Wharton, developed the treat in 1897. They first introduced it to the public at the 1904 World’s Fair in Missouri where it was very well-received. It was not until 1921 that it was called “Cotton Candy,” when another dentist, Joseph Lascaux, invented a similar sugar-spinning machine.
Cotton Candy in the Making:
Most of us have seen this fluffy treat being made at a fair, carnival, circus, etc. But how, exactly, does it work? We’d like to believe it’s magic, as the taste is pretty unbelievable. However, there’s a science behind it.
Sugar is melted and turned into a liquid
The sugar is spun around and pushed through tiny holes, solidifying it and creating strands thinner than hair
The strands of sugar are aerated by spinning, creating the fluffy, delicious dessert
And there you have it! Light and tasty cotton candy, made in the blink of an eye. We may associate cotton candy with summer, fairs and carnivals, but do not worry! Cotton candy is a delightful treat you can enjoy year-round. Keep Rainbow Cotton Candy in mind the next time you find yourself craving something sweet!
Our world has become dependent on convenience and efficiency since sites such as Amazon have made anything you need accessible with the click of a button. However, we have all been there, ready to check out and become stunned by the shipping and handling costs. We have all experienced first hand the struggle with shipping costs and we are here to explain why Rainbow Cotton Candy’s freight costs are the way they are.
At Rainbow Cotton Candy, we use Fed Ex for our shipping services. All products ordered are shipped via Fed Ex ground/home delivery, the most economical way. We ship enough cotton candy to get a pretty good discount off the regular pricing Fed Ex gives to somebody shipping only one box. We have integrated their shipping prices into our website which means we are charging exactly what we are paying for shipping your delicious cotton candy and we do not charge a handling fee. We also package your cotton candy with no extra space in the box to ensure that the smallest package possible is being sent to you. The way Fed Ex (and every other shipping company) calculates the charges is by the size and weight of the package. Cotton candy does not weigh very much, so it is the size of the box and destination address that ultimately determines the total cost. Our typical box weighs 5 lbs, but because of the size of it we are billed as if it weighed 15 lbs. Unfortunately, there is nothing we can do to combat this because all the shipping companies calculate their charges the same way.
With that said there are some things you can do to minimize the shipping costs. We would like to share with you some tips that might help you minimize the freight costs on your end when checking out.
1) Ship to a commercial location – FedEx charges a residential fee when items are shipped directly to your door at home. In order to avoid that fee, have it sent to your work or a commercial building where you can pick it up. This is the single most advantageous thing you can do to get the lowest shipping costs.
2) Do you live in a rural area- If your house is far from the FedEx facility then they could charge another fee on top of the residential fee called delivery area extended residential fee. Combine the two residential fee’s and it currently adds $7.50 on top of the regular shipping fee for 1 case.
3) We are located in Arizona – How far away from Arizona are you located – shipping across the country is more expensive, especially if you only order 1 case. If you order in 2 case increments on the 48 count 1 ounce or 24 count 3 ounce you save on shipping costs because we bundle the boxes to help save you money.
We hope that these tips help lower your angst with shipping costs and even though convenience comes at a cost, it is worth it to get some exclusively sold online items. If you are looking to purchase Rainbow Cotton Candy in stores we are available in some Kroger stores, Kmart , Family Video and a few others!
Do you want your party to give people tooth aches (because it’s so sweet)? Well, break out all the pink and red party decorations you own! Now that you’ve done that bring out all the candy you can find, because it wouldn’t be Valentine’s day if we didn’t indulge ourselves with chocolate and sweets. I know what your thinking, been there, done that. Well, maybe you need to add another ingredient to the Valentine’s day mix. But what? How about Valentine’s hugs (and we don’t mean the warm cuddly embrace)? We are talking about the sweet sugary goodness of our delectable cotton candy!
3 Ways to Set up Valentine’s Hugs
On a tiered plater. The small bags fit perfectly on the plater pictured below and is a cute center piece for any party!
On doilies. The pretty doily background provides a more decorative feel to any table and even when the cotton candy has been swooped up it doesn’t leave a boring table underneath.
In champagne glasses. Cotton candy adds a cute decoration to any glass that dissolves in any liquid once poured over. The best part is then the drink changes to a pretty Valentine’s pink!
These easy grab-and-go bags are perfect for School Valentine’s Parties. Let your crush know how special they are by buying them this extra special treat. Be different this year and switch it up! We promise that everybody will be impressed by your originality and out of the box thinking. The pre-packaged bags are a no mess, easy to set up treat that will leave everyone smiling. Order your case now before it’s to late!
We would love to know your feedback for our cotton candy and appreciate any reviews and comments! Hope you enjoyed this post!
Some sugar happens to be better for you than others. Here we are going to weigh out the pros and cons of sugar and you can decide for yourself!
Some sources of sugar, such as chocolate bars provide antioxidants, which are chemicals that help to neutralize some of the harmful chemical reactions occurring as part of our metabolism and during exposure to pollutants. In other words, Chocolate can help keep our insides from rusting.
The feel good factor
Tell me, what makes your happier, eating celery or a handful of cotton candy? Sugar increases brain levels of several chemicals that create a happy buzz in the brain AKA a sugar rush.
Contains small amounts of caffeine
Small amounts of caffeine are good for boosting fat metabolism and increasing awareness. Candies such as chocolate bars also contain 10 times less caffeine then an average cup of coffee, which keeps people from over indulging in caffeine.
People describe sugar as empty calories even though we need them to survive. However, when people overindulge in the sweet treats is when the calorie count seems to rise. As long as this isn’t a reoccurring event, a little sugar here and there wont hurt.
Sugar can also cause swings in levels of endorphins – brain chemicals that affect mood. This can, in turn, produce mood swings as well as carbohydrate cravings.
This is a myth!! There is not a lot of supported evidence that sugar causes acne, so it is assumed that the acne is cause by hormonal fluctuations.
Tips to deal with the cons!
Eat sugar after dinner when you are less likely to overindulge
Learn to savor the lingering memory of each bite before immediately devouring the next
Time to throw out some prejudices that you may have against cotton candy, since lets face it, a little sugar never hurt anyone. In fact Cotton Candy might be saving lives! (well cotton candy and a few other things)
Who was it that introduced cotton candy to the world? Ironically, a dentist named Dr. William Morrison partnered with a candy maker to invent the worlds first cotton candy machine. However, his idea of spun sugar was probably a ploy to bring in more kids with cavities. They called their new found treat Fairy Floss and sold 68,000 boxes in 1904 at St. Louis World’s Fair.
Then, dentist number 2 came around and decided that Fairy Floss need a little fine tuning. (probably making it harder to brush the candy out of teeth) In 1921, Dr. Josef Lascaux improved the machines design and trademarked the name Cotton Candy.
When cotton candy is spun, the sugar can create up to a 4 mile long string of sugar! That means cotton candy can literally last you for miles. These miles of sugar are not only long, but are thinner then human hair.
Cotton Candy is known by a different name all around the world! What Americans call cotton candy is called “candyfloss” in the UK and India, “fairy floss” in Australia and Finland, “papa’s beard” (barbe à papa) in France, and “old ladies’ hair” in Greece.
The sugar in Cotton Candy can help restore will power! For difficult tasks, some sugar makes people persevere longer and keeps them focused. Eat some cotton candy while taking on a big project — from yardwork to homework — might go a long way.
Cotton candy helps create new blood vessels! According to researchers at Cornell University, cotton candy can be melted down to create artificial blood vessels. The cotton candy fibers are coated with a thicker, stronger substance made from silicone (a polymer), which is biocompatible but not biodegradable (meaning that it can stay within the body safely and does not break down). Now we could get deeper into the science of it all or you can take our word for it! Either way its pretty cool!
Looking for the perfect holiday treat this winter that won’t break the bank or cause a huge mess in the kitchen! Then Rainbow Cotton Candy’s seasonal Holiday Hugs are the treat for you! With a week till Christmas this is a quick and easy treat to create a smile on anyone’s face! Still not convinced? Well here’s 5 reasons why Holiday Hugs are THE it treat this season.
They are a small and convenient size, can you say perfect for stocking stuffers?
We keep the sugar in our kitchen and out of yours! This means no mess and no accidentally eating half of your treats!
They are perfect for handing out at parties! It could be as large as a corporate party or as quaint as a family get together.
FLAVORS ON FLAVORS. You can personalize your holiday fluff to a flavor of your choice. Rainbow Cotton Candy has 8 delicious flavors to choose from that will make your mouth smile
Kids love cotton candy! Surprise your kiddos this Christmas with the sweet taste of Rainbow Cotton Candy. They will not be disappointed!
Yes, this really did happen! Some lucky folks were fortunate enough to run into our cotton candy representative down at Mission Beach this summer. The people who got this sweet surprise were nice enough to let us feature them in our video. Take a look and check out their reactions! Also, be sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram or like us on Facebook to be aware if free cotton candy is being handed out in an area near you!