This piece of gum I’ve just made happens to be tomato soup, roast beef, and blueberry pie, but you can have almost anything you want!’-Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Roald Dahl
Three course dinner chewing gum is one of the memorable foods in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. And if you’re planning on throwing a Wonka party, it’s a party favour you need to include!
But how? Three courses of dinner in one stick? It’s loony! It’s batty! Without some technology, I suppose it would be pretty tricky. But what is possible is three different sticks of gum packaged up as one.
Each stick represents one of the meals and is created using dehydrated flavours or liquids.
‘Fabulous!’ shouted Violet. ‘It’s tomato soup! It’s hot and creamy and delicious! I can feel it running down my throat!’-Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Roald Dahl
- tomato soup = dehydrated tomato soup powder
- roast beef= finely sliced roast beef for sandwiches is dehydrated and ground up. The potato flavouring is created using instant (dehydrated) mashed potato. Butter flavour can be added using liquid flavouring from baking stores.
- blueberry pie= liquid blueberry flavour found in baking stores
‘It’s changing!’ shouted Violet, chewing and grinning both at the same time. ‘The second course is coming up! It’s roast beef! It’s tender and juicy! Oh boy, what a flavour! The baked-Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Roald Dahl
potato is marvellous, too! It’s got a crispy skin and it’s all filled with butter inside!’
‘Blueberry pie and cream!’-Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Roald Dahl
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