First 3D candy-making machine debuts in California

A unique 3D printer has debuted just in time for the holiday season and candy lovers everywhere.

The world first 3D candy printer has the ability to make customizable and edible candy art in just minutes.

The magic candy factory located in Sacramento, California has the ability to whip up a personalized gift simply by using a picture.

“The candy tastes great, not only is it natural, but it's a really high quality candy and because it's made with all natural fruit and vegetable extract. You're not going to be able to get that quality anywhere else, especially at this price," Michelle Hoy, the owner, said.

It takes only five minutes for the machine to make edible candy.

The selfie designs are $15 and patrons can also make candy gummies and draw their own designs.