Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

keepcalmandcarrieunderwood: 1 16oz box of cornstarch (this is called cornflour in the UK) 2 cups Tonic Water with Quinine (you could also substitute our Safe Edible Glow Water for tonic water) Blacklight Mix the cornstarch with tonic water until it’s smooth. If there isn’t enough “give” to the cornstarch and it is not dripping from your fingers like it is in these photos, add a tablespoon more tonic water at a time. If it is too runny and does not make dramatic ribbons or hold together…

from Danya Banya

GLOWING water beads

clear, non-toxic water beads, 2 cups tonic water (with quinine as ingredient) and a UV light is all you need!

27
1
from Fun at Home with Kids

Edible Glowing Spiderwebs Sensory Play

Edible Glowing Spiderwebs Sensory Play from Fun at Home with Kids Thin Rice Noodles Either Tonic Water with Quinine OR Our Edible Glow Water A Blacklight

1
from Fun at Home with Kids

Edible Glowing Oobleck

Edible Glowing Oobleck 1 16oz box of cornstarch (this is called cornflour in the UK) 2 cups Tonic Water with Quinine (you could also substitute our Safe Edible Glow Water for tonic water) Blacklight

1

Did you know that simple tonic water glows under blacklight? Useful for props, Halloween drinks, etc.

701
142

Get your facts right on the dangers of tonic water with quinine

Imagine sipping a crisp, clean tonic water sweetened with organic agave, made with hand-picked quinine from the Peruvian Andres, offering 60% fewer calories and an 85% lower glycemic rating than other tonic waters. Imagine the world's best tonic water... now available to our Food Family.