Edible crayons


15 Responses to “Edible crayons”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Just saw the ingredients and that’d be a horrible way to find out your child has a nut allergy. Back to eating those wax ones!

  2. neurolux says:

    It would be a waste not to use them on edible paper.

  3. mermaid says:

    Look closer at the genius of Luxirare people. Pie. Lollipops. Bite sized pies on sticks. Inspired.

  4. bikejuju says:

    Kind of remind me of these edible crayons posted on Boing Boing back in May. http://www.boingboing.net/2010/05/26/crayons-made-from-de.html

  5. social_maladroit says:

    BoingBoing’s recent post on how crayons are made just begged the question as to why they made mint-flavored wheatpaste when I was a kid, but not flavored crayons. Given that kids are likely to taste everything, I’m glad someone finally took the time to tackle that vexing problem.

  6. Modusoperandi says:

    It’s about time! Kids have been drawing on the walls with food for ages!

  7. Anonymous says:

    Not sure if it’s an appropriate gift for a small child. Here, you can eat THESE crayons, but not those crayons over there.

    Crayons are for coloring and drawing. Manufacturing edible crayons is a cynical pun: “kids eat crayons? okay, here’s some edible crayons. heh heh.”

    I remember a few years back, some manufacturer came out with a little sweet drink dispenser in the shape of a pistol. You merely aimed the pistol into your mouth, and voila! A tasty drink.

  8. Felton / Moderator says:

    Yes, but are they as tasty as the non-edible ones?

  9. Amsterdaam says:

    As far as I was concerned as a kid, all crayons were edible.

  10. Anonymous says:

    oh great, now i get to teach my one-year-old that some crayons are ok to eat and some are not. that sounds fun.

  11. Tavie says:

    Great idea and beautiful photos of the crayons and ingredients, but I wish there were more examples of the results – ie, what the markings look like, some sample drawings made with the crayons, etc.

  12. murray says:

    That person/site re-awoke the jaded photographer in me. Very pretty.

    As for the crayons, will my works of art go moldy?

  13. Anonymous says:

    So Homestar Runner cartoons are finally coming true. Are they made of pressed bunson?

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