Popin’Cookin’ series of DIY Candy
Crafts for kids that foster creativity.

Our goal is to help curious children develop the creative skills necessary for growth through making and playing with our products.


The secret to the solidification of the jelly is a combination of the wet ingredients in the seaweed and calcium. These two ingredients are present in the jelly powder.

Components of seaweed in liquid form

When the calcium sticks to the seaweed, the jelly hardens.


Product related questions

Is it safe to eat the powder directly?

Eating the powder directly will not cause health problems. Please make sure to have your child drink water to avoid the powder clumping in his or her mouth.

What happens if I get ingredients in my eye?

Please wash thoroughly and consult your eye doctor.

I'm having trouble understanding the instructions.

Please watch our video by scanning the QR code.

Are there instructions in other languages?

Please see QR code for Chinese and Spanish instructions.

What kind of water should be used?

Please use room temperature water.

Can juice or milk be used instead of water?

Make sure to use water for best results. The product comes together by minerals such as calcium and sodium reacting to water, so when other liquids are used, the proper chemical reaction will not take place.

Does Popin’Cookin’ need to be heated?

Heating is not required. The snacks can be made with water.

Is the allergen xxx in Popin’Cookin’?

We strongly recommend confirming specific allergen information by checking the ingredient list of each product.

The jelly didn't harden. What do I do?

Please make sure to use soft water of less than 300 ppm (17dH) for ingredients to harden. The jelly mixture may crumble if you stir it too much after it starts to solidify. Once the powder has dissolved, let the jelly mixture sit and harden. Solidification time differs depending on the product so please see each box for details.

The salmon roe in the sushi set won't harden.

The salmon roe won't form properly if you mix liquid A and liquid B together. Please be careful when mixing ingredients. The dropper will clog if it touches liquid A so be careful when dropping liquid B into liquid A.

The Oekaki gummy didn't solidify. What happened?

You may have added too much colored water. Try adding more gummy candy powder.

How long will the product last?

Shelf life is 24 months from the production date. Please check the box for individual shelf life.

How come the Oekaki Gummy mold is looks different than the photo?

There are 12 molds and 7 color variations.

Who should I contact if I have new ideas for Popin’Cookin’?

We appreciate suggestions. Please reach out to us through our contact page.

Shops related questions

Where can I find Popin’Cookin’ products?

The products can be found at Asian supermarkets, the Asian section in supermarkets, Asian variety shops, and candy stores.

I'm interested in wholesale. Who can I contact?

Please reach out to us through our contact page.

Sponsors related questions

I'm interested in having Popin’Cookin’ sponsor an event. Who can I contact?

Please reach out to us through our contact page.

Media related questions

I would like to publish magazine advertisements.

Please reach out to us through our contact page.