Crayons made from delicious foods


24 Responses to “Crayons made from delicious foods”

  1. efergus3 says:

    I wonder if these would go well with dried zombie?

  2. Anonymous says:

    A kid in third grade used to drink ink and eat minty library paste. For the yuk factor. Caryons you say? Piece of cake for our Melvin.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Would giving the green ones to your kids be a good way to trick them into eating their vegetables?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Isn’t bee pollen just, um, pollen?

  5. Felton says:

    I predict that a lot more homework will be eaten by dogs.

  6. knoxblox says:

    Hmmm…do you think Skittles could lend Luxirare their slogan for a little while?

  7. daemonsquire says:

    A friend of my wife’s has recently started making and selling paint in “botanically crafted colors made from fruits, vegetables, flowers and spices”, non-toxic, sustainable, and biodegradable, though I don’t see anything on their website about the paint being specifically edible…

  8. pjcamp says:

    But can you color with it?

    Because if you can’t, it isn’t really a crayon, is it? It’s just processed extruded vegetable material, like a fruit roll-up.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Umm how edible are these? One of the ingredients is “pebbles”. Yum yum!

  10. knoxblox says:

    Now you can poop in Technicolor!

    • Boomshadow says:

      My dog used to love to eat regular crayons. Taking him for a walk in the pre-pooper-scooper days was a blast.

      Wow. I really should not use “pooper-scooper” and “blast” in the same sentence.

  11. mermaid says:

    Luxirare is awesome.

  12. ill lich says:

    Great, bring on the mouse and ant infestation at the kindergarten.

  13. lewis stoole says:

    crayons were temptingly yummy looking enough already, why did they do this!?!?

  14. AllisonWunderland says:

    C’mon! Who needs this, and why?

    • 13tales says:

      @AllisonWunderland #13
      I *need* awesome stuff like this. I need it to exist, at the very least.
      Because creativity and humour are two of the few things to make life in this screwed up world worth living :/

  15. Nicole Kekahili says:

    LOL. I totally agree with lewis stoole. Nom.

  16. dagfooyo says:

    Maybe now Calvin will start to appreciate crayons.

  17. AnthonyC says:

    I like the idea- these would be fun. I would say I think you should only give these to people over a certain age. I wonder how old young kids need to be to realize that just because some crayons are tasty, not all are.

  18. Anonymous says:

    Maddy says they make crayons from slaughtered horses.

  19. Anonymous says:

    The orange ones may be the only food that lists both dried carrots AND fruity pebbles as ingredients.

  20. stratosfyr says:

    I only like this if there is also edible paper. Art you can snack on!

  21. Red Leatherman says:

    Crayola Crayons have always been edible.

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