These mind-blowing magic food tricks will make you the life of every party

5 Food Magic Tricks You Need to Try
Do you believe in magic? Well, you're about to! We're about to completely help you step up your party trick game. When it comes to magic tricks, those having to do with food are often the most awesome and unbelievable to the eye. After all, there's no denying that food is something we look at solely to eat and enjoy.

But what about that incredible egg hack showing you how to make scrambled eggs right in the shell? Or those microwave hacks that perfectly showcase how unbelievably versatile the microwave can actually be? Well, if you've heard of any of these before, you won't be too utterly shocked by the awesomeness we're about to throw your way.

These food tricks are not only amazing beyond belief, but will actually make you the life of every single party from here on out. Take a look and get ready to be mesmerized.

1) Milk art

  • You need: milk, food coloring, dish soap and a bowl
  • Pour milk into the bowl and add food coloring
  • Take q-tip and dip it into the dish soap
  • Dip the q-tip into your milk/food coloring concoction and watch the rainbow magic happen
2) Banana secret

  • You need: bananas and toothpicks
  • Carve your "secret" into the banana
  • Let sit for an hour and watch your secret appear in actual words
3) Orange drop

  • You need: 2 oranges and some water
  • Peel one orange
  • Drop both into water and watch the non-peeled one float while the other sinks
4) Egg blow

  • You need: hardboiled eggs
  • Peel each end a tiny bit and roll lightly
  • Grip carefully, then blow to watch the egg fall right out of the shell
5) Icy coke

  • You need: a frosty glass and coke that has been freezing for 3.5 hours
  • Open coke very slowly and pour into glass
  • Watch icyness ensue!
For more amazing eats, click through below for some to-die-for panini recipes:
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These mind-blowing magic food tricks will make you the life of every party

Chicken Panini with Goat Cheese and Arugula

With a few fun ingredients, you can easily turn a run-of-the-mill sandwich into a melty, gooey, crispy lunch.

Photo Credit: Eating Made Easy 

Chicken Fajita Panini

Take the elements of fajitas- chicken, peppers, onions, cheese, guacamole- and grill them up in a sandwich.

Photo Credit: The Usual Bliss 

Chicken Chile Verde Panini

This sandwich is kind of a chile verde burrito and grilled cheese hybrid. Add spicy verde sauce to kick up the heat.

Photo Credit: The Usual Bliss 

Turkey Spinach Artichoke Panini 

That crispy bread on the outside with that warm meat and melty cheese on the inside… now that’s a satisfying lunch!

Photo Credit: Garnish & Glaze

Triple-Decker Caprese Grilled Cheeze Panini

Don't have cashews? Use any nut you have on hand; fun flavors abound from brazil nuts, macadamias, and pine nuts as well!

Photo Credit: Fettle Vegan 

Lean Green Portobello, Pesto & Artichoke Panini

The portabello acts as the meaty base, with a spread of homemade hemp seed basil pesto and topped with artichoke hearts, onions, and creamy avocado. It's got a ton of flavor and makes a great lunch, plus takes just a few to whip up.

Photo Credit: Fettle Vegan 

Havarti and Apple Panini

This sandwich does a great job of celebrating fall flavors — crisp apples, havarti cheese and a little touch of Dijon make for a quick and easy meal that everyone likes. Yes, please! (In case anyone was asking, the grown-ups like to pair this with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc.)

Photo Credit: Eat Drink Garden 

Cheesy Pesto Chicken Panini with Prosciutto and Tomatoes

As far as flavor goes, the situation happening in this particular panini is rather extraordinary. In fact, I’d venture to say it warrants all four of my favorite words: glorious, magical, mind-blowing, and life-changing. Take a second to let that sink in…

Photo Credit: Domesticate Me

Grilled Fluffernutter Paninis

We even tossed some sliced strawberries on some of them! This worked out really well. I think this would be even better if I used a brioche or other type of sweeter bread. Italian bread worked well, though. The grill might look a little messy in the photos above but the marshmallow fluff burns off quick. No mess at all.

Photo Credit: Grilling 24x7

Harissa Avocado and Turkey Panini with Homemade Bread

Throw in Harissa sauce made with roasted red bell peppers, garlic, chipotle in adobe peppers and cilantro, then pair it with homemade French bread and that grilled cheese sandwich just keeps getting better and better! Not to mention, avocado anyone? Yes, please! 

Photo Credit: Lemons and Basil

Roasted Red Pepper Panini with Cilantro-Lime Mayo

This panini comes together fast if you make up the cilantro-lime mayonnaise and roast the red peppers ahead of time, making it a great weeknight dinner or even lunch.

Photo Credit: Marin Mama Cooks 

Buffalo Chicken Panini

These Buffalo Chicken sandwiches are not overly hot, for those who are wary of that kind of thing, but instead give a gentle tingle that allows all the flavor to shine through.

Photo Credit: Taking On Magazines 

Turkey and Cranberry Panini

A handful of baby spinach adds a burst of color and fresh flavor. These panini are simple and delicious. Thanksgiving leftovers never tasted so good!

Photo Credit: The Foodie Physician 

Apple Bacon Cheddar Panini

No jaw unhinging is required to consume this Apple Bacon Cheddar panini. Or is it a grilled cheese? I’m not sure it matters when you’re about to scarf down a bacon sandwich.

Photo Credit: PDXFoodLove 

Fig & Goat Cheese Panini

Figs are a great source of fiber and full of vitamins and minerals, dried and fresh figs have a long and illustrious history. 

Photo Credit: PDXFoodLove

McDonald's Cheeseburger Panini

This started out as a fun little kitchen experiment, and quickly turned into something really delicious! When you hit the heat with that cheeseburger and squish it inside that panini/waffle maker, something magical happens.

Photo Credit: Oh Bite It! 

Peaches and Cream Pound Cake Panini

Pair your favorite pound cake with peaches and cream cheese for this one. delicious. treat.

Photo Credit: Today's Nest 

Eggplant Ricotta Panini

Absolutely nothing beats this savory, creamy Eggplant Ricotta Grilled Cheese recipe.

Photo Credit: Well Plated 

Jalapeño Popper Pork Panini

The beauty of this recipe? You can totally use whatever meat you have on hand. Grilled chicken would be delightful and crispy, salty bacon might make this Panini too hot to handle. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

Photo Credit: With Salt & Wit 


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