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This blog is now an archive! Read my farewell post . Thank you to everyone who made this blog possible, especially you, the readers! Feel free to sift through the archives where you'll find over four years and 600 posts full of fun projects, recipes, and so much more. You can still keep up with me on , my , and . Thank you for following along in this journey! I am so excited for what is to come.

December 23, 2013by: vickybarone

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You might have seen pretty picture floating around Pinterest lately and, if you’re like us, you got really excited and pinned it! Well, we searched high and low for more examples and came up empty handed. The only thing left for us to do was the try it out ourselves! We hate to disappoint, but cotton candy and Perrier actually looks like this:

While is seems like pouring a carbonated beverage over the fluffy treat creates little floating sugar drops, we think the popular picture shows nothing more than some out-of-focus bubbles.

Sparkling Cotton Candy Drink

The good news is that the drink is still a fun treat for your little ones and can be a great addition to your New Year’s Eve celebration!

Ingredients: and . You can get cotton candy at the dollar store (or right ). Swap out the sparkling water with Sprite if you want it to be extra sweet!

The above supplies contain affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission, but the price stays the same for you!

1. Fill glass with cotton candy.

2. Pour sparkling water over cotton candy slowly and watch it dissolve and change colors!

Sparkling Cotton Candy Drink

We put blue and green in one glass and pink in another. We like the look of the blue better, but they are both fun to watch!

Check out Perrier’s YouTube video on how to make the drink .

For more ideas for ringing in the new year, follow our !

We liked it! It wasn’t very sweet, but it was just sweet enough for kids approval. We might suggest doing half Sprite half Perrier to make it sweeter .

The pomegranate champagne is so delicious and simple! Pour an ounce or two of pomegranate juice in a champagne glass and fill the rest with your favorite champagne. For a kid-friendly version, swap out the champagne for sparkling cider or try these magic cotton candy drinks!

Sparkling Cotton Candy Drink

Cotton Candy will be a hit for adults, and also if kiddos are welcome!

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Sparkling Cotton Candy Drink – This is a pretty “mocktail” that kids will love making as much as they love drinking it!

Homemade Dog Treats 2. Sparkling Cotton Candy Drink 3. Popsicle Stick Christmas Characters 4. Merry Christmas Garland 5. Thanksgiving Garland 6. Happy

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know my kids would love to make these sparkling cotton candy drinks! Cotton candy and sparkling water is all it takes to make this

Kids want to have fancy drinks? There are plenty of fun varieties on the web. Some of my personal favourites include Cotton Candy Drink

Perrier to a little cotton candy to make the most fun NYE drink ever – sparkling cotton candy! via Vicky

Sparkling Cotton Candy Drink

Cotton Candy Drink: Liquefied cotton candy? ‘Nuff said. Also, you can try this with champagne if you’d like to serve an alcoholic

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This blog is now an archive! Read my farewell post . Thank you to everyone who made this blog possible, especially you, the readers! Feel free to sift through the archives where you'll find over four years and 600 posts full of fun projects, recipes, and so much more. You can still keep up with me on , my , and . Thank you for following along in this journey! I am so excited for what is to come.

December 23, 2013by: vickybarone

Sparkling Cotton Candy Drink

This post contains affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission, but the price stays the same for you!

You might have seen pretty picture floating around Pinterest lately and, if you’re like us, you got really excited and pinned it! Well, we searched high and low for more examples and came up empty handed. The only thing left for us to do was the try it out ourselves! We hate to disappoint, but cotton candy and Perrier actually looks like this:

While is seems like pouring a carbonated beverage over the fluffy treat creates little floating sugar drops, we think the popular picture shows nothing more than some out-of-focus bubbles.

The good news is that the drink is still a fun treat for your little ones and can be a great addition to your New Year’s Eve celebration!

Ingredients: and . You can get cotton candy at the dollar store (or right ). Swap out the sparkling water with Sprite if you want it to be extra sweet!

Sparkling Cotton Candy Drink

The above supplies contain affiliate links. If purchased, I will receive a commission, but the price stays the same for you!

1. Fill glass with cotton candy.

2. Pour sparkling water over cotton candy slowly and watch it dissolve and change colors!

We put blue and green in one glass and pink in another. We like the look of the blue better, but they are both fun to watch!

Check out Perrier’s YouTube video on how to make the drink .

Sparkling Cotton Candy Drink

For more ideas for ringing in the new year, follow our !

We liked it! It wasn’t very sweet, but it was just sweet enough for kids approval. We might suggest doing half Sprite half Perrier to make it sweeter .

The pomegranate champagne is so delicious and simple! Pour an ounce or two of pomegranate juice in a champagne glass and fill the rest with your favorite champagne. For a kid-friendly version, swap out the champagne for sparkling cider or try these magic cotton candy drinks!

Cotton Candy will be a hit for adults, and also if kiddos are welcome!

blog.vickybarone.com youtube.com

Sparkling Cotton Candy Drink

Sparkling Cotton Candy Drink – This is a pretty “mocktail” that kids will love making as much as they love drinking it!

Homemade Dog Treats 2. Sparkling Cotton Candy Drink 3. Popsicle Stick Christmas Characters 4. Merry Christmas Garland 5. Thanksgiving Garland 6. Happy

Source Source

SPARKLING COTTON CANDY DRINK from Vicky Barone

Sparkling Cotton Candy Drink – Vicky Barone

Sparkling Cotton Candy Drink

know my kids would love to make these sparkling cotton candy drinks! Cotton candy and sparkling water is all it takes to make this

Kids want to have fancy drinks? There are plenty of fun varieties on the web. Some of my personal favourites include Cotton Candy Drink

Perrier to a little cotton candy to make the most fun NYE drink ever – sparkling cotton candy! via Vicky

Cotton Candy Drink: Liquefied cotton candy? ‘Nuff said. Also, you can try this with champagne if you’d like to serve an alcoholic

Hi! Welcome to my blog. I'm a greeting card designer and illustrator, an artist, and a working mom. This blog highlights my creative work and some of my everyday inspirations. I'm so glad you're here!

Sparkling Cotton Candy Drink

Ways to Wheel Reversible Throw Pillow

Because You're You Canvas Wall Art

Our Colorful World Canvas Wall Art

Happy Fox Gray and Blue Night Light

CategoriesSelect CategoryDIYFamilyFreebiesGiveawaysHolidaysKidsLifestyleMy ProjectsParties and EventsPressPrintablesProductsProjectsRecipesThings I LoveThoughtsToddler WisdomUncategorized

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