Very cool! Thank you! This is something I've wanted to try for a while, it's on my long list of decorating techniques
There is the original tutorial also on this site for another option with disco dust.
Thank you, you explained everything so well!
do you think there is a way to make them super small like bubbles?
Hi Clueless, I will give it a try this week and get back with you, but here is the approach I'll take: blow a very small amount into a water balloon and when you tie it off, tie very close to the top of the balloon so that the pressure stays strong even when small. Another option for super tiny is to do drops on your parchment, allow them to dry and then you can stick them together to make a round - or just use the half rounds. Hope this helps and I'll let you know what I find! -Annie
This is so cool - thank you! Its very hot and humid where I am right now. Am guessing its probably not the right type of weather for something like this? I'd think it might never fully dry/set up.
I watched Annie demo this technique a few years ago at the Washington State Sugar Art show. She mentioned that you can place them in front of a VERY low fan to dry them faster. This should help in a humid environment, also, place it near a dehumidifier if you have one. I am curious how it turns out for you. Will you give it a try and let us know? You could store them with silica gel too.
Cooooolllllll stuff. Thank you
I have never made these so I don't know how strong they are. Do you think that it would be possible to use edible markers to draw something on them? Thanks!
can you attach these directly to buttercream, or will it soften the bubble?
Hiya. Thanks for a great tutorial. I have been wondering if it would be possible to add a drop of flavouring? Do you think the gelatine would still set. Was thinking of a clear, concentrated flavour. Just seems a shame that they have no taste. Thanks