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05/30/17 at 03:57pm in Rhinefeld (Germany)
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Oh awesome, that looks amazing! Well, not that there's ever a lack of sweets in the park but it's another reason to go back after this season when the shop is open again!

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05/30/17 at 06:32pm in Rhinefeld (Germany)
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The rice crispy treats were awesome. Stopped in England at M. SWEETS and they do NOT do the build your own sweet like the candy shop in Germany. Needless to say he is not a happy camper
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05/30/17 at 07:59pm in Rhinefeld (Germany)
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(05/30/17 03:00pm)Nicole Wrote:  Oh dear.  I meant to post about this right after the park opened for the season.

During #InvadRWatch, we discovered the Build-Your-Own Treats at the Rhinefeld candy shop, and tried them.  We did Instagram our FoodScience, but I guess it never got embedded here.

Regardless, while it was fun to design my own caramel apple, it was virtually impossible to eat.  I don't know, if they ever tweaked the process, but both of our apples broke our knives and defied most attempts to bite through the candy coating.  Essentially, the caramel was way to thick and chewy.

They tasted good, however.




Thanks for posting this. I'm suprised that the shop in England doesn't do this too. They have all the treats. I know in Germany they used a flash freezer to set the dipped chocolate maybe they don't have one in England. You would think they would move it if the one in Germany is going to remain closed.
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05/30/17 at 08:16pm in Rhinefeld (Germany)
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Here is a picture of my son eating the custom rice krispie treats.


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06/06/17 at 12:33am in Rhinefeld (Germany)
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(05/30/17 03:00pm)Nicole Wrote:  Oh dear.  I meant to post about this right after the park opened for the season.

During #InvadRWatch, we discovered the Build-Your-Own Treats at the Rhinefeld candy shop, and tried them.  We did Instagram our FoodScience, but I guess it never got embedded here.

Regardless, while it was fun to design my own caramel apple, it was virtually impossible to eat.  I don't know, if they ever tweaked the process, but both of our apples broke our knives and defied most attempts to bite through the candy coating.  Essentially, the caramel was way to thick and chewy.

They tasted good, however.

I feel like I need to check my blood sugar just for reading that!!!

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