Edible Lego Bricks
Product DescriptionLooks and plays just like traditional plastic building blocks -- only better, you can eat your delicious candy creations. Blue: Raspberry Yellow: Banana Red: Cherry Green: Lime These pressed dextrose pieces come in different sizes. 2-pin, 4-pin, 6-pin, and 8-pin, so that young candy architects can create a variety of structures. There are approximately 150 pieces per pound.
- There are approximately 150 pieces per pound
- 2-pin, 4-pin, 6-pin, and 8-pin = Young candy architects can create a variety of structures
- Pineapple, Raspberry, Orange, Bannana, Cherry, Grape, Lime
- Build it first, then eat it!
- Kosher Certified, Circle U Parve
Top ReviewsVery hard! But see my "fix"!
by ARC (4 out of 5 stars)
January 6, 2015
These came today, and I opened the bag to taste the candy. As I had read in another review, the candies, while attractive and nicely made, are VERY hard! Maybe they have to be made that way to be able to stick together like legos. We ordered them for treat bags for our four-year-old grandson's Lego-themed party. I think they are just too hard to give to this age of child (some of his friends are still only three). I know little kids are not very careful about hard candies, and I'm afraid someone could choke on these. Maybe we can use them for a building game, but I won't put them in the take-home bags.
I'm updating my previous review; I decided to try a trick I remembered about softening hard cookies, to see if I could make these candies a bit softer for the four year old children coming to our party. I put the candy in a large plastic bowl with a tight fitting lid, and placed a few slices of apple in a smaller bowl inside the large one. I left the bowl for a few days, changing the apple slices as they dried out. In four days, the candy had softened enough that I felt it would be safe to use for the little kids. We will have a bowl of the candy on the dessert table and I also put a 1/4 cupful into little ziploc bags in each take-home treat bag. I "tested" the softer candy by having my 4 year old grandson eat some, and he loved it!
Not a safe product and packaging is not safe for keeping it edible
by Brandon D. (1 out of 5 stars)
January 11, 2017
Do not waste your money. Packaging makes food unsafe for eating.
The product picture is NOT how this ships. It shipped in two loose bags that resemble newspaper bags. The bags were thin and were tied noted at the top. The bags did not have standard labels and were very thin. The bags even had holes in them.
The concept of this product is great and the bricks themselves look spot on. If the seller would just use food safe packaging that won't lead to people getting sick, this would be an easy 5 star product. Its a shame they do not sell a safe product.
by Kristi K (5 out of 5 stars)
November 29, 2014
I used these to make a "Lego Movie" birthday cake for a little boy. There was very little breakage. In a two pound bag, I only had two broken pieces. The blocks worked perfectly; I even used them to make some walls on the cake, which remained upright and intact even during transit. I did give them a little help by putting a very small amount of frosting between the pieces before I put them together. I would purchase these again in a heartbeat!
Fun for Lego Party
by FourBoyMom (5 out of 5 stars)
July 1, 2011
Great product. No broken pieces. Tasty. You can really build with it. My 7yo son had Lego-themed party. I used this for decoration on table and as filler for treat bags. I had a hard time visualizing what 2lbs would be but I would guess it was about 4 cups of candy - if that helps anyone.
by Elle Gore (3 out of 5 stars)
October 13, 2018
This was a questionable product. I ordered them for decorating my sons bday cake. They came in a dusty (I'm assuming sugar dusty) cloudy open ended plastic bag that was tied off with a twist tie. The bag had some tiny holes in it, but I figured it was from the corners of the candy Lego edges. The condition of the bag, the type of bag (twist tied closed) made me wonder how they were handled prior to going in the bag. I also wondered if they were made with safe ingredients -as I know other countries aren't as regulated as we are here.
I sat there looking at them debating back and forth if I should use them. I was in a "bind" with time, and had a cake "plan".......
I'm embarrassed to say I caved to my internal pressure to have a cute cake and used them. Luckily they are so hard that they weren't enjoyable to eat.
If you do still plan to use them -2 pounds is a lot! I could've done with 1 pound or less. One cute feature is they do kinda "click" together like real legos.
but tasted fine. I'll just advise everyone to think of them ...
by LolaRitchey (5 out of 5 stars)
April 7, 2016
These worked perfectly for party favors for my sons Lego birthday party. I was able to fill 12 small painted mason jars over half full with candy. I tried one candy, and yes it was hard to chew, but tasted fine. I'll just advise everyone to think of them as hard candies that need to be sucked on for awhile. I think the kids will be very pleased. I also tested out the building ability, and they work! My son just turned three, and didn't even try to eat one while setting up the party favors because he didn't realize they were candy.
by Thumbshopper (1 out of 5 stars)
May 3, 2018
One star because the pieces do fit into each other well. I ordered 2 bags, they arrived on time, in a poorly packaged box, ripped bags, and a lot of the candy was crushed into dust. They should've been shipped in cushioned envelope inside of a box perhaps? It was a huge mess and let down when they arrived.
As for the candy itself- it's so hard, you might as well be eating a real LEGO. Flavor was blah. I was expecting more of a sweet tart type candy.
This is all too bad because they are a super fun idea! Disappointed and for the price- would rather have purchased real Legos for the kids.
My kids love these, the yellow ones are my favorite
by Carina (5 out of 5 stars)
April 19, 2018
I was able to fill about 20 bags with about 15 pieces of candy in each one and still have some to snack on. My kids love these, the yellow ones are my favorite. You can even stack them on each other like real legos, my son thought that was very fascinating. We used them for homemade valentine cards that said something along the lines of I am glad we built this friendship. And they turned out really cute. 5 year old love legos.
by Harold Saxon (3 out of 5 stars)
February 11, 2015
The novelty of what is essentially lego candy wears off in about 30 seconds. They fit together surprisingly well for candy, but each color/flavor is only a specific size. (This is NOT how they're pictured, and appears to have been done as a mfg cost saver.) Yellows are all 2x1, reds are 2x2, green 2x3, and blue 2x4. If you were actually looking to build a little block candy house or something, this really limits your options. If these were a functional item, I'd be returning them for being not as pictured/described. There appears to be close to an equal number of each block in the bag, however their difference in size effectively gives you 2x more blue than red by weight, almost no yellow. The red/cherry are the only flavor I really care for, and there are relatively very few of them. As an edible, they are incredibly hard to bite into (close to where they might hurt your teeth) and they don't just dissolve easily if you suck on them either. 2lbs is a lot more than an individual would want to buy unless your goal is diabetes. If you're stocking a quarter machine, there are much more desirable candies to use. All told I feel like these are a gimmick and a waste of money.
Quality Candy in a Unique Form
by maklan (5 out of 5 stars)
April 2, 2016
I bought 6 lbs of these - they came in three individual well sealed boxes. The candy came in a sealed plastic bag, and the box was taped up and also wrapped in plastic. So you know how much your ordering - each two lbs bag is just over 6 cups of candy. The candy is hard, but quite tasty - Red is Cherry; Blue is Blueberry; Green is Lime-esce; and Yellow is Banana. Red was the best. The distribution of pieces was fair - there were as many big pieces (sixes and eights) as there were twos - having too many small pieces I saw was a common complain of other similar candy-types. Not so here! They were a hit with all the kids that received them for a party we had. I would buy again - The leftovers I had we also a hit with co-workers! I may buy again for me!
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