Cotton Candy Concoctions You Have to See to Believe
Spun sugar is making a comeback. Who would’ve imagined that the classic carnival treat would gain Insta-stardom as a fun—and fluffy—food craze? From cradling ice cream cones to topping lemonade and even pizza, here’s how restaurants and cafés around the world are showcasing colorful clouds of cotton candy.
At Cottoni in Perth, Australia, fairy floss ice cream is made using flavored scoops and scrumptious sundae toppings surrounded by heavenly cotton candy pillows.
At California’s Maji Cafe, color-changing “Snow Lemonade” is served as a giant puff over a glass of freshly squeezed lemonade. When you pour the signature Blue Butterfly Pea Flower Tea on top, the cotton candy melts and the mixture creates a vibrant purple drink.
本日から4/2までシュマッツはお花見を楽しめるビアガーデンに模様替え。神田店では桜コットンキャンディピザやイチゴとホワイトアスバラの爽やかサラダ！全てビールに合います。 Reminder: Don`t miss our Spring Hanami specials! Try out our Sakura Cotton Candy Pizza in Kanda. Join us in having beers amongst cherry blossoms in the restaurant this week! Erinnerung: Sakura Specials in allen Restaurants! In Kanda könnt ihr unsere Sakura Cotton Candy Pizza probieren! ▶︎ご予約はプロフィールのリンクからどうぞ。 #schmatzkanda #cottoncandypizza
Schmatz, a German pub in Tokyo, celebrates cherry blossom season by topping thin-crust pizza with three cheeses, hot honey-ginger sauce, and a big ol’ puff of cotton candy topped with cherry blossom petals. And we thought we’d seen it all.
Canada’s Light Cafe uses spun sugar as a cup o’ joe sweetener. Coffee or espresso is poured over a floating cotton candy cloud, which naturally melts and sweetens the drink.
London’s Milk Train cafe serves up a tasty treat that’ll have you floating on cloud nine: light-as-air halos of cotton candy surrounding swirls of soft serve ice cream with creative toppings.
Miami’s Barton G. restaurant is known for over-the-top presentations and wild food props like the towering edible Marie Antoinette wig that accompanies their sundae.
We all know Foodgōd is a fan of over-the-top cotton candy desserts—and the crazier, the better.
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