Frozen Chocolate Ants with Liquid Nitrogen

Make your Frozen Chocolate Ants in Liquid Nitrogen : Edible Science for Kids

LIQUID NITROGEN FROZEN CHOCOLATE ANTS is an edible experiment. See how to make your chocolate . Watch the Chocolate droplets react to liquid nitrogen. Eat them after your Experiment.This is a Cool Science Demonstration activity idea for Classes, Shows or Birthdays for Kids.

Liquid Nitrogen Chocolate Ants

Safety First! 
Adult Supervision Required. Wear safety goggles where ever required

Materials and tools required for the Experiment

Material required

Materials from your Kitchen / Home

  • Glass bowl
  • Small Glass Bowls
  • Serving spoons
  • Chocolate Syrup
  • Steel Container
  • Liquid Nitrogen

Youtube Video for the Experiment

Images & Step by Step for Instructions for Experiment

Chocolate ants 1

Step 1:Pour some liquid nitrogen in the glass bowl.

Chocolate ants 2

Step 2: Pour some chocolate syrup in the liquid nitrogen.

Chocolate ants 3

Step 3: Your frozen chocolate ants are ready to eat!!


Working Principle of Frozen Chocolate Ants :

Liquid nitrogen is nitrogen in a liquid state at an extremely low temperature. Liquid nitrogen is a cryogenic fluid that can cause rapid freezing on contact. Usually, it takes at least an hour to freeze things in the refrigerator. But Liquid nitrogen can freeze the same things in few minutes maybe seconds.

In this experiment, when you add tiny drops of chocolates into liquid nitrogen the droplets curl up and freezes in it. You get to see the frost on the chocolates once they are out.

So, get ready to eat your chocolate ants in few seconds!


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