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Glow in the Dark Ice Cream – proving science can be yummy

Glow in the Dark Ice Cream

Ice cream is creamy, cold, delightfully tasty… and bright? This icy confection might not be so bright that you have to wear shades but it will definitely get attention if you satisfy your sweet tooth in a dark room.

There’s an excellent chance that jellyfish is not an ingredient that immediately pops into your head when you think of ice cream, but that is exactly what makes Glow in the Dark Ice Cream work.

Before you give in to that queasy feeling that’s slowly starting in your tummy, let us put your mind at ease by pointing out that jellyfish isn’t actually in this, but the luminescence protein found within the aquatic animal is an actual ingredient because that’s what provides the glow.

The calcium-activated proteins from the jellyfish activates the glow-in-the-dark feature of the ice cream when you lick it. The more you lick, the more the ice cream glows.

The eye-catching party favor is available from Lick Me I’m Delicious, a unique ice cream vendor that caters events and parties. Brace yourself for a little sticker-shock though because jellyfish apparently don’t come cheap. A scoop of Glow in the Dark Ice Cream will cost you about £140/$224.68.

Marty Shaw is a freelance writer who currently calls Texas his home. When he’s not trying to figure out a creative way to hitch a ride in the TARDIS, he imagines what it would be like to live through a zombie apocalypse as an uncool version of Daryl Dixon.

Marty Shaw – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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