Rice Krispy Treats For Sculpting?

Baking By lrlt2000 Updated 17 Jun 2011 , 2:58pm by Lili5768

lrlt2000 Posted 17 Jun 2011 , 1:55pm
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I have searched for RKT recipes, but none state that they are specifically for sculpting. Is there any difference in the recipes if you're using them for sculpting? I.e., to make them harden more/faster?

Thanks!

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TinkerCakes Posted 17 Jun 2011 , 2:08pm
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ddaigle Posted 17 Jun 2011 , 2:09pm
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I leave out the butter when I make RKT to sculpt. I also put them in a big ziplock and roll over it with a rolling pin to crush the RKT down. This helps eliminates the cellulite look and makes covering with chocolate or royal easier.

cakegrandma Posted 17 Jun 2011 , 2:10pm
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You can buy sheets of them from suppliers on the net or just buy them at the store. I get either the small or large boxes, depending on what I am making. I just smoosh the pieces up a little and then really press them together when I get the shape I want. I also cover the shapes in melted chocolate to make them smoother.
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Karen1234 Posted 17 Jun 2011 , 2:46pm
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I am having problems with the rkt falling apart. I am making a monkey the legs and arms are craking and falling off. How can I fix this?? I put a layer of choc. melts on it

Lili5768 Posted 17 Jun 2011 , 2:58pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ddaigle

I leave out the butter when I make RKT to sculpt. I also put them in a big ziplock and roll over it with a rolling pin to crush the RKT down. This helps eliminates the cellulite look and makes covering with chocolate or royal easier.





Thank You! Nice to know for when I do try this! thumbs_up.gif

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