Hire A Candy Floss Cart, Fun For All.
Treat your guests to the number one most popular treat, candy floss, fairy floss, cotton candy, papas beard,suikerspin or ghosts beard. Every nation seems to have its own name for it but it all refers to the magical spun sugar dessert.
Made using an electric machine that heats and melts sugar. Then spinning it through tiny holes to create that fluffy spider web confection that everyone loves.
A candy floss cart is great for weddings, parties, college balls and corporate events.
Candy floss is also becoming popular in other arenas, many high end gin and prosecco bars offer it as a garnish in their drinks, and some brides are even carrying candy floss bouquets!
New for 2020 is our Prosecco, Gin & Tonic and Sherry flavoured floss.
Flavoured Candy Floss Machine Hire.
Pink is a firm favourite, but we offer various flavours and colours including;
Fluffy magic floss is often booked for the children, but ends up being enjoyed by guests of all ages. Watching the candy floss being made is almost as much fun as eating it and never fails to amaze the younger guests.
For those who are worried about the health concerns with candy floss, although it is basically just flavoured sugar, it is more air than sugar. Indeed a standard serving has far less sugar than a soft drink. As a family run business we source the best quality flavours and ingredieants for you.
Our Cart Hire Options.
Choose from a range of carts that the candy floss can be supplied on, including;
•Traditional Victorian Vintage Style.
•Alpine Winter Hut.
•Ultra Modern L.E.D.
We can design and build a completely one off custom structure for sales promotions or exhibition use. It also possible to supply floss in branded tubs as part of a sales promotion or exhibition.
Themed carts are available for holiday events such as Halloween, Christmas, Valentine etc.
Candy Floss Recipe
Prep Time 15 Minutes
Cook Time 10 Minutes
220ml Corn Syrup
2 Drops Food Colouring
Combine sugar, syrup, water, food colouring into a saucepan over medium heat, stir until sugar is dissolved. Line your workspace with parchment, place paper covered tubes on it.
Cut the loop ends off a metal whisk to leave stright strands. Dip into mixture, and hold around a foot above the pan, swing the whisk back and forward to deposit thin strands of sugar on the paper, repeat until you have built up a candy floss.",