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Let Them Eat Candles

Maker - Loree Sandler

Let Them Eat Candles
Made in the USA

Maker Story

Wishful Eating

What’s better than birthday cake? One topped with edible candles made from chocolate.

Let Them Eat Candles makes beautiful chocolate candles topped with a traditional wick. Sing a round or two of Happy Birthday—that’s about as long as the lit wick will last—and once it’s blown out, toss the wick and enjoy your chocolate with a bit of frosting on it.

Founder Loree Sandler thought typical birthday candles weren’t festive (or tasty) enough. Plus, as soon as the song is sung, they get thrown out.

Loree drew on her architecture background to create hundreds of prototypes. The winner is a gently tapered shape, with a narrow base that punctures cakes and cupcakes easily.

Plus, it provides a generous background for the edible transfer designs on the front. The wider top also gives the wick more room, which is important because chocolate melts much faster than a wax candle.

That’s why these edible little candles come in packs of three—light them, blow them out, and enjoy.

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Discovered 2/4/2016

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Made in the USA

Maker Story

Wishful Eating

What’s better than birthday cake? One topped with edible candles made from chocolate.

Let Them Eat Candles makes beautiful chocolate candles topped with a traditional wick. Sing a round or two of Happy Birthday—that’s about as long as the lit wick will last—and once it’s blown out, toss the wick and enjoy your chocolate with a bit of frosting on it.

Founder Loree Sandler thought typical birthday candles weren’t festive (or tasty) enough. Plus, as soon as the song is sung, they get thrown out.

Loree drew on her architecture background to create hundreds of prototypes. The winner is a gently tapered shape, with a narrow base that punctures cakes and cupcakes easily.

Plus, it provides a generous background for the edible transfer designs on the front. The wider top also gives the wick more room, which is important because chocolate melts much faster than a wax candle.

That’s why these edible little candles come in packs of three—light them, blow them out, and enjoy.