Kracie Neru Neru Nerune DIY Candy Kit – Ramune

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Hello!   It is once again time for a DIY Candy Kit!   When the Kracie Nerunerunerune DIY Candy – Ramune arrived into my life, it wasn’t long before I was putting everything to one side to try it.

Kracie Nerunerunerune DIY Candy - Ramune - Famous in Japan

Kracie Nerunerunerune DIY Candy – Ramune

£2.87 – Blippo

I opened the Kracie Nerunerunerune DIY Candy Kit – Ramune as soon as I spotted it in my last Kawaii Box.   From a quick skim of the instructions, it sounded quick and easy to do.  It seems I was right (for once!), and this kit didn’t take me long to do at all.  Let’s begin, shall we?

Kracie Nerunerunerune DIY Candy - Ramune -1 Famous in Japan

In this kit you will receive a plastic tray, 3 sachets and a spoon.  Like the other kits I have tried, the tray has a small triangular corner that is to be snapped off, and is used to measure out the water that you will need in the next steps.  Don’t lose it!

Kracie Nerunerunerune DIY Candy - Ramune -2 Famous in Japan

Step 1! Empty the blue sachet into the circular part of the tray.  To begin with, it’s a white powder  (I have a feeling it is a lot of sugar!).  Add the water to the mixture (the water being in the small corner piece of the tray that you hopefully have remembered to fill up!).  Stir until it turns into a yellow mixture.  It needs a firm and thorough stirring,  Be careful though, it can get messy!

Kracie Nerunerunerune DIY Candy - Ramune -3 Famous in Japan

Step 2! Add the yellow sachet to the yellow mixture. Once again, this needs a good stirring.  I noticed the mixture began to feel more thick  the more I stirred.  Even the spoon started to get stuck in the mixture!  The mixture didn’t turn out the bright blue that I had hoped for!  It was a little disappointing actually… *sniff*

Kracie Nerunerunerune DIY Candy - Ramune -4 Famous in Japan

Step 3! Empty the pink sachet containing the toppings into the character-shaped section, and get dipping!  The toppings are hard candy pellets, and to me they add a crunchy contrast to the soft mixture.  The best way to eat this is to twist the spoon into the mixture, just like how you are supposed to eat spaghetti, and then dip it into the toppings.

I told you that this kit was easy to do.  It took me less than ten minutes to do, and eat!  The blue mixture was soft and creamy, just how I like it.  I wish that you received more of it – the amount you make is never enough for me, especially now that ramune is one of my favourite flavours.  If you’re not sure what ramune tastes like, I would describe the taste as being a cross between bubblegum and lemonade.

Whilst the kit was very easy to do, I wouldn’t buy it again.  It was almost too easy to do, and it seemed that it was over as soon as it had begun.  I think that it would be ideal for those who haven’t tried a DIY candy kit before, as it is the easiest one I have done so far.

 I am beginning to feel a lot more confident with DIY Candy Kits, and I want the next kit that I try to require a little bit more effort.  Luckily for me, I have a few more DIY Candy Kits in my stash that I can open.  Don’t worry, I will blog about them (providing I don’t mess them up in the process!).

Would you give this DIY candy kit a go?

Dannie x

April 6, 2015
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  • Reply Hannah

    Looks yummy!

    April 6, 2015 at 8:43 pm
    • Reply Danniella Josephine

      It was :) x

      May 10, 2015 at 11:28 am
  • Reply Jessica Edmunds

    I actually really want to try one of these, I can see the novelty wearing off easily but they are so cute xxx

    April 6, 2015 at 10:21 pm
    • Reply Danniella Josephine

      They are so cute :) and fun :) x

      May 10, 2015 at 11:28 am
  • Reply Corinne

    YES I WANT TO SEE MORE. This looks like fun. Maybe it seemed easy because you’re such a DIY candy pro now *eye emoji*

    Corinne x

    April 7, 2015 at 8:10 pm
    • Reply Danniella Josephine

      Such a pro :) x

      May 10, 2015 at 11:27 am

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