How To Make Little Gelatin Bubbles. All Balloons Are Too Big

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chezzascakes Posted 1 Dec 2015 , 3:50am
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Hi can somene help me please. I want to make gelatin bubbles coming out of a champagne bott but can't get balloons smallenough. I've tried all sorts of balloons with no success. Any ideas abd advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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julia1812 Posted 1 Dec 2015 , 5:26pm
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Did you try water balloons? Or are they even too big? 

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-K8memphis Posted 1 Dec 2015 , 7:37pm
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i would chose a different medium like non pareils or however you spell that or any of the myriad of little dots you can buy -- tapioca comes to mind -- 

a more realistic dot would be out of cooked sugar -- wearing hot pads pour it in a double parchment piping bag and away you go -- just pipe them

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chezzascakes Posted 2 Dec 2015 , 1:45am
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Thanks for your suggestions. I am using water balloons but they keep deflating when I try to get them to the size I want. 

The cake I'm making is an open champagne bottle in an icebucket so I want the bubbles varying in size from tiny to biggish. I'm currently trying gelatin in a silicone round ice cube tray which means less mess if it works. Will let you know how I go. Thanks

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