Edible Fidget Spinners Are Here To Flood Your Timeline

It’s a fact that fidget spinners have infiltrated our newsfeeds to an unprecedented extent. We’ve seen it all, from the basic model to the snitch from Harry Potter (it looks cool, I won’t lie). However, prepare to see a lot more of them in the near future because edible fidget spinners exist and we just know everyone can’t stop, won’t stop Instagramming them.

The edible fidget spinners were debuted by Clearly Cookies who specialise in custom cookie creations inspired by (clearly) anything.

Arguably though, this is quite possibly the best thing that could have ever happened to fidget spinners. Since they are a stress-buster it’s totally a situation of two birds one stone. Fidget with that spinner for a bit then chomp away – I mean, everyone knows eating is a great stress reliever.

In case you were wondering, the edible fidget spinner is fully functional (and we’ve got proof). It actually works almost as well as it’s supposed to (obviously it hasn’t quite got the speed, it’s a cookie for Christ sakes).

The Original Fidget Spinner Cookie from Clearly Cookies

However, hygiene could be a factor. I guess you’ll have to make your own judgement call as to when it goes past the point of acceptable to eat. One would also wonder whether it would cause a spike or decrease in fidget spinner injuries. I guess we’ll see. For now, it looks like you can have your fidget spinner cookie – and eat it too!

 

2 Comments

  • June 28, 2017 4:31 pm

    What about the fidget cube biscuit? Don’t forget about poor Cuby.. If you want to make me a cookie, please make me a cube one. If you want a pic to model it off you could probably find one at focusdspinners.com I will just wait here until my cookie is ready, Thank you 🙂

    • June 28, 2017 4:38 pm

      Hey Marvin, unfortunately, we only report the news, we don’t make the cookies. However, you could ask Clearly Cookies. If they do make a fidget cube biscuit for you can we be the first to know? 🙂

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