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Kracie Popin’ Cookin’ Sushi Candy

Kracie Sushi Party
Edible Sushi Candy Party

One day, I was browsing in a toy shop when I saw videos of Kracie series of DIY miniature food. The videos, made by RRcherrypie, were very well done and made me really fascinated. At that time, I thought that they were some kind of polymer clay art and I was so pleasantly surprised to find out, after research, that they are edible gummy candy (grape flavored jello/gummy/soft candy) without artificial colours. I bought a few boxes from Gmarket (so far the cheapest place I can find) and the first box we played with last weekend was the Kracie Popin’ Cookin’ Sushi Candy. After we made the sushi, I realise they are so small and life-like that I decided to do a cute little photo shoot with my toys. All the sushi (salmon roe, tuna and tamago) and the saucer of soy sauce you see on the “table” (actually a wooden sushi plate) are edible; the rest are toy props from my miniature food series collection (I don’t just love cooking, I collect mini food toys too, :P).

Kracie Popin' Cookin' Sushi - Salmon Roe (Ikura)
I’m amazed by how lifelike the sushi looked. You can see the grains on the tuna and the translucency of the salmon roe. Even the colours are as close as can be.

Kracie Popin' Cookin' Sushi - Tamago (Omelette)
This is the tamago (Japanese egg omelette) sushi with seaweed. The ginger and soy sauce bottle in the backdrop are toys but the soy sauce in a saucer is real – provided in the sushi kit.

Making Salmon Roe (Kracie Poppin Cookin)
How the salmon roe was made – if only they taste like the real thing!

Kracie Popin' Cookin' Sushi
This is the box of Kracie Popin Cookin DIY Sushi that we bought.

via Tell a Toy Story (check out the link for more photos)


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11 Responses to “Kracie Popin’ Cookin’ Sushi Candy”

  1. I saw the youtube videos and I’m so tempted to get them too. But don’t know what to do with them after that. I don’t have the heart to eat them. Did you eat them?


  2. NoobCook via Facebook — March 8, 2012 @ 8:23 pm

    WokkingMum, yes! we ate them! I think your kids especially your daughter will enjoy making it =)


  3. Hehehe … My daughter will enjoy making them and my son will enjoy eating them. :P


  4. Irene Ng via Facebook — March 8, 2012 @ 8:38 pm

    may i know where you brought it?


  5. NoobCook via Facebook — March 8, 2012 @ 8:46 pm

    Irene, I bought from
    I also saw them at Toy Outpost, but gmarket is slightly cheaper.


  6. teehee. It’s so cute to make these little things


  7. tigerfish — March 9, 2012 @ 9:34 am

    Woah, really so real! Whole set complete with the soy sauce and even pickled ginger! Where’s the wasabi? Hahah!


    • wiffy replied: — March 9th, 2012 @ 10:10 am

      ya lor, I also wonder where’s the wasabi, haha


  8. Amelia — July 1, 2012 @ 3:09 pm

    This is so cool! What are the ingredients like? Does it have any wheat products in it?


  9. Sabrina Liana — November 20, 2012 @ 10:08 am

    Im flabbergaste for this popin and cookin kit I even got all of them…And i have benn useing them a lot and i still buy more i love this thing!!!!!!!I poot for my class and showed my classmate and teacher,the who scholl it was cool evere one in my class liked it


  10. B-Girl — April 14, 2013 @ 7:19 am

    Where did you get them? How much were they? Did you get them from Japan? Thanks!