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Walmart.com has Bella Cotton Candy Maker (Red & White, 13572) on sale for $16.99. Select in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks gbred

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This cotton candy maker works with granulated sugar, sugar free and hard candy

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Regularly $39.99, but I got this last year for about this price on sale. It has held up great and we use it at least once a month. Kids like it.

As usual for walmart, ship to store free or free shipping over $35.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/BELLA-...e/24685843
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Ordered one. Wife is gonna kill me. Easier to ask for forgiveness than permission
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I have one, We just use it for birthdays or block parties. Plenty of neighbors borrow it. The easiest way to make it is to buy sugars from party city. They come in a many flavors and the cost is low and clean up is easy (probably very unhealthy). You can also melt candy so you could use sugar free or healthier hard candy but the clean up is harder( you have to boil water and boil all the parts that touch the melted candy).
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I bet your household is gluten free and takes essential oils too
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What ingredients? Your kids get cotton candy monthly? Is there any way to make this healthy?
I have one, We just use it for birthdays or block parties. Plenty of neighbors borrow it. The easiest way to make it is to buy sugars from party city. They come in a many flavors and the cost is low and clean up is easy (probably very unhealthy). You can also melt candy so you could use sugar free or healthier hard candy but the clean up is harder( you have to boil water and boil all the parts that touch the melted candy).
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I have one, We just use it for birthdays or block parties. Plenty of neighbors borrow it. The easiest way to make it is to buy sugars from party city. They come in a many flavors and the cost is low and clean up is easy (probably very unhealthy). You can also melt candy so you could use sugar free or healthier hard candy but the clean up is harder( you have to boil water and boil all the parts that touch the melted candy).
Thank you! Sounds like a pass for me Smilie
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What ingredients? Your kids get cotton candy monthly? Is there any way to make this healthy?
I bet your household is gluten free and takes essential oils too
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What ingredients? Your kids get cotton candy monthly? Is there any way to make this healthy?
Lol. Yes they do. Along with popcorn, boxed candy, and soda for movie night. Since the youngest is 15, I can guarantee he gets it at his sports events also.
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Ok got one. Wanted to try for a while. How much is it roughly at party city for sugar? Can't you use regular sugar?
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You can use regular sugar, but it doesn't seem to yield as much candy. Bought this last year. Kids love it.
Regular sugar doesn't taste quite as good because there is no flavoring. I have used hard candies, too (Cinnamon discs and peppermint).
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Ok got one. Wanted to try for a while. How much is it roughly at party city for sugar? Can't you use regular sugar?
The flavored sugar is the best for sure. The are often deals on them. I will post if I find one. Hard candies work well but the cotton candy is weird to me. It doesn't exactly melt in your mouth like cotton candy imo. My kids love doing jolly ranchers though. I haven't tried plain sugar but I imagine it would work fine.
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I cant help but see cartman when I look at this thing
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At this price it's worth trying as an unusual Xmas gift, thanks OP. My daughter saw the Cra-Z-Art on TV that looked more like a toy, so hopefully this will work well. Now to find some deals on sugar floss

Can the cotton candy be made on sticks too, or do you have to use the cones?
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Be sure to check locally before buying the flossugar online, we happen to have a local store that carries all kind of "carnival / fair" goodies.
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Bought this last month and got an empty box from Walmart. I told the employee that it appears to be empty when she handed it me the box. My response was, "hell yeah!" when she asked if I wanted to verify. Took a week to get a credit card refund.
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Ordered one. Wife is gonna kill me. Easier to ask for forgiveness than permission
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