How to Make a Candle You Can Eat

Materials:

  • Processed cheese block (any kind, not too crumbly or too soft, for shapes)
  • Cookie cutter
  • Cannoli mold or apple corer
  • Nuts (any type, pecans work well)

Step-by-Step Instructions:

  1. Cut the processed cheese block in half.
  2. Press a cookie cutter into the cheese to make the shape of a candle.
  3. Using the cannoli mold or apple corer, punch a hole in the center of the cheese.
  4. Place on any candle holder.
  5. Fill the hole in the center with the nuts, this will create the wick. Make sure one nut sticks out of the hole so you can light the candle.
  6. Light this nut on fire to light your candle.
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