30-Minute Edible Science Projects
Whip up Even More Tasty Creations with these Science Projects
Did you enjoy the activities in the 30-Minute Edible Science Projects book? Are you looking for more tasty treats to mix, bake or boil? No problem— the kitchen is the perfect place to be both chef and scientist! Give these science projects a try:
Can you bake ice cream in the oven without melting it? Make this igloo cake and find out for yourself.
Mold an egg into any shape you want. How? With a bit of science know-how and experimenting.
Grow your own rock candy crystals— yum! Experiment to find the recipe that makes the biggest crystals.
Whip up a batch of snackable balls of juice that pop in your mouth. How? This project shows you the chemistry.
Searching for a science project that is just perfect for you? Browse our STEM Activities.
Love Food? Find out About Scientists and Engineers Who Have Food-centered Jobs
You might think of food, especially the making of it, as an art form. It is— but it's also science! In fact, lots of science and engineering careers deal with food. Check out these examples:
Food scientists use their chemistry knowledge to create new flavors, give foods fun textures, and invent yummy treats.
Nutritionists calculate the health value of foods and play a big role in helping companies make new cereals and other foods.
Plant scientists work on improving the taste and nutrition of crops or even breeding new ones like plumcots and tangelos.
Aquacultural managers are the farmers of the sea. They figure out how to raise trout, oysters and other seafood sustainably.
Explore even more jobs on our Science and Engineering Careers pages.
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