Ice Cubes Made From Sugar Or Gelatin

Sugar Work By BrendaMosher Updated 15 Aug 2012 , 9:57pm by sweetflowers

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BrendaMosher Posted 8 Apr 2011 , 12:46am
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Can anyone give me a recipe for making realistic ice cubes out of boiled sugar or gelatin. What kind of mold do I need or can I pour the sugar on a silt mat or gelatin in a square pan and cut the cubes????
I need some real help here and would appreciate any and all help.

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Rendee Posted 10 Aug 2012 , 7:59pm
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i would love to know about gelatin ones!!!!

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MJbakes Posted 10 Aug 2012 , 8:44pm
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Not sure if it would work or not. But could you not just use an ice cube tray? I have these ones that have a squishy bottom, when you want to take the ice out you just lightly push up on the bottom of the cube. No cracking needed.

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sweetflowers Posted 15 Aug 2012 , 9:57pm
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Are you wanting hard ice cubes or gummy ones? The recipe for the gelatin would differ, but I would think the gummy gelatin would work, in a plastic ice cube tray since the gelatin doesn't stick to plastic. I'm not sure about what shape you would get pouring isomalt onto a mat, I think it would need to be a silicon mold to get a cube shape. I do know there are instructions for making ice cubes if you do a search online.

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