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Fuwa Fuwa Mousse Clay Sweets Shop Kit May 19, 2017 11:54
Today I'm making some sweets, although they aren’t the edible kind, they are clay miniatures!
To make the sweets, I’m going to be trying out this Fuwa Fuwa Mousse Clay kit.
The kit comes with Japanese instructions, 4 colours of mousse clay, molds, glitter glue and pieces to make a shop display case. There are molds for five types of sweets and lots of different decorations for them.
The molds are very easy to use. First you wipe a little oil onto them so that the clay doesn't stick. Then take some clay and put it into the shape you want, line up the other half of the mold and press together firmly. After opening it back up, you remove the excess clay and pop out the finished shape by bending the mold a little.
The clay is not like any I've used before - it's so light, soft and airy! I found it was best to try and smooth the surfaces of it before you put it into the mold, as this avoids getting crease lines in your shapes. As it is air-dry clay, it’s also a good idea to keep the unused clay sealed up as much as possible.
To make the sweet's filling, you simply twist a long rectangular piece and it looks like piped icing! You can then squeeze this between the two other pieces so that they stick together, although occasionally I did need to use a little bit of glue to help things stay in place.
After making the different basic sweets, I started making some of the little decorations.
One of the decoration molds was for a leaf, but there was no green clay! Luckily you can very easily mix the clay to create new colours - being so soft, this doesn't take very long to do.
All the clay pieces ready for final assembly.
I used the glitter glue to attach the little decorative pieces and to add a sparkly glaze to parts of the sweets. Using the glue meant the small pieces stuck well even when only gently putting them on, so I didn’t risk squashing them out of shape.
Once everything was in place, it was time to leave them to dry and move onto the other part of the kit.
The kit comes with pre-cut pieces to make a display case for your clay creations. They are pre-folded as well, so it is really easy to make. Everything fits together nicely and no glue was needed, just a little sticky tape to attach the clear plastic to the front. The finished case even has a little drawer you can keep things in!
There are also little signs and labels included to display the sweets with.
I left the clay to dry out overnight. Once set, it still has a slight foamy, squishy texture which is quite unusual!
Now that the sweets were dry, and everything was cut out, it was time to set up the display...
My finished Sweets Shop display case! Isn’t it cute!
This was a fun kit to make and I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing it being made too! The molds make it really easy to create detailed miniature sweets and the clay is very nice to work with. I also liked that the kit came with the little DIY display case, as I now have something to keep these creations in too.
Even after making all five types of sweets, I still have at least half of each colour of clay left, so I’ll be making more soon I’m sure!
Editor's Note: If you're looking for some super kawaii DIY eraser kits, check out our collection here!
Easter Picnic Bentos April 15, 2017 00:42
I've never made a character bento before - they are so cute but also look like a lot of work. However, I'm hoping that these tools are going to make it easy to create some kawaii things to eat!
The first set is the Mimy rabbit riceball set. It comes with step-by-step photo instructions, a mold and lots of cutters for different faces and decorations. There is also a soft mat to use when cutting nori seaweed.
Let’s try making a bunny!
First you fill the mold with some cooked sushi rice, press down with the lid, flip it over onto a flat surface and remove the mold. It took me a few shakes to remove the final piece, but then I was left with a bunny shaped ball of rice!
Next is the face! Putting Nori on the soft mat, you use the serrated cutters to create the face you'd like. The pieces then need to be carefully put into place on the bunny, as the nori seems very hard to move as soon as it touches the sticky rice. But then, simple as that, you have a cute bunny riceball!
The instructions also suggested colouring some the rice with soy sauce to create different markings, which turned out to be easier than I expected.
There is another set of cutters included that you can use with ham and cheese. These, combined with colouring the rice, means there are lots of design possibilities and every bunny can look different!
After creating a few rabbit riceballs, I moved onto the Animal Maki Maki set.
This set comes with a small rice mold and four different animal cutters - rabbit, chick, bear and seal. Since I was making an Easter bento, I just used the chick and rabbit.
It’s very similar to the rabbit mold. You fill with sushi rice, press down with the lid, flip, and this time, push out the rice. You then wrap the rice in nori, and it’s ready for the animal layer.
Using ham, cheese, or omelette, you press to cut out one of the animal shapes, remove the excess and then wrap around your prepared rice and nori. Hey presto, another cute thing ready to eat!
I made a few more of these rolls, using the chick cutter as well. The packaging also had a photo of little sandwich rolls wrapped with the animal designs, so I gave that a try too, although it wasn’t as easy to make as the rice filling.
I also prepared some salad to go with it all. I was able to cut out some pretty shapes using one of the cutters from the Mimy set, including miniature carrots, with tiny cucumber skin tops!
I arranged everything into a couple of lunch boxes, and then…
A selection of cute food, all ready for a little Easter picnic!
I think they came out quite well for a first attempt! The rabbit riceball set is my favourite of the two - it’s really easy to come up with lots of different cute bunnies with it. Whilst not something I would do for every day lunches, both sets are really fun for a special occasion, or to share with friends!
Experimental Slime Jelly [Video] February 05, 2017 22:43
Put on your lab coat and flip on your goggles because we are going to do some science! Candy science!
Start by mixing the first powder packet with water to make this mysterious blue liquid. That's a good start, but what happens when we do a bit more experimenting?
We're going to empty the second powder packet into the mixing tray.
In goes the mysterious blue mixture! Watch it change color as the blue liquid makes contact with the contents of the second powder packet.
The final step is to add the third powder packet to the pink liquid and mix! It'll take a bit of time, but the result is totally worth it! Look at that crazy slime! The craziest thing is that you can actually eat your experimental creation and it's delicious!
For the full tutorial, take a look at the video below:
Kids' Lunch DIY Candy Kit [Video] November 07, 2016 12:25
Complete with candy flavored fried shrimp, omelette, meatballs, french fries, ketchup and chicken rice, this latest DIY candy kit from Japan is packed with so much entertainment value and an equal number of sweet treats for you to enjoy!
Here are all of the powder packets included in the box. Each of the candies has a different sweet flavor. They may look like meatballs, but they're actually chocolate flavored. The fried shrimp candy is actually orange candy flavored.
We're cutting up the apple flavored candy french fries into strips on the "cutting board" included in the box.
Fill the fruit punch flavored omelette with chocolate mint flavored candies to complete this part of the candy kit. The combination may sound strange, but it actually works pretty well.
Everything comes together so nicely and it's amazing how much stuff they pack into these candy kits. Eating these candies is great fun, but oh man! Making them is just as fun!
For the full video tutorial, take a look at the video below:
Neko Coin Bank [Video] September 29, 2016 09:35
Saving money becomes a lot easier and much more fun with the Itazura Cat Bank from Japan. This adorable little cat will help you put aside money for your next vacation, weekend out or upcoming shopping trip.
This particular version is a calico cat hiding in a box of mandarin oranges, but there are quite a few other designs and breeds that you can see here.
Place your coin on the plate of fishbones and lightly press down. The bank can accommodate all but very large, very thick or irregularly shaped coins.
A little cat will peek his had out, grab the coin off the plate and take it for safekeeping. After this little guy does his job, he goes back to hiding in the box. All coin banks employ only the most trustworthy of cats.
When it's time to make a withdrawal or change the batteries of your bank, just flip it over.
To see the coin bank in action, take a look at the video below.
Washing Machine Candy [Video] September 20, 2016 11:28
Assemble miniature functional washing machine. Decorate with stickers. Make candy foam. Drink. Amazing!
Read all about this crazy new DIY candy kit from Japan and then buy it here.
If you're into crazy Japanese DIY candy kits, this is one you shouldn't miss. The name of this product in Japanese is "Moko Moko Moko Wash" and it is a lot of fun.
You get everything you need to assemble and decorate a fully functional miniature washing machine. The packet of yogurt flavored candy powder doubles as an edible bubbling treat and the soapy water inside the washing machine.
After separating the pieces, go to work assembling the gear and drum that allow the machine to spin.
Each of the four collectable sets come with different sets of stickers. Decorate to your hearts content or use your own stationary to make the machine look fabulous!
After the machine is assembled, add water to the inner line of the drum and add one scoop of the bubbling candy powder.
SPIN! SPIN! SPIN!
The scoop and enough powder for a couple tries is included with the kit. After you've finished making and eating your sweet treat, you can use the miniature washing machine as a place to keep small desktop items, use it as a pencil stand or even a tiny plant pot.
If you want to pick up your own, you can find it here.
Watch the video tutorial below to see this amazing Japanese DIY candy kit in action!
Nyoki Nyoki Kororon [Video] August 18, 2016 23:18
We didn't really know what to expect when we opened the package, but this is one of the more interesting DIY candy kits from Kracie. The cream oozes through tiny holes in a plastic tray while coating itself with colorful fruit flavored sweet candy powder.
Who comes up with this stuff?!
The blue package includes the ingredients to make melon, pineapple and soda flavored candy. The purple package includes ingredients to make melon, orange and grape flavored candy.
These are the complete contents of the purple version of the DIY candy kit. There's a surprising amount of stuff in the package when you consider its size and price.
You start out by mixing the cream powder with two scoops of water measuring using the included plastic cup.
Rest the pink tray on top of the cream and pour the three flavor packets into the three sections of the tray.
Press down on the tray and the cream will come through the holes in the bottom while at the same time become coated in the candy powder. Shake the tray a bit to coat the candy pieces when they become long.
Here are the grape, orange and melon candy pieces we created. They taste both like cream and fruit and are not overly sweet.
A lot of fun to make and quite tasty!
To see this Japanese DIY candy kit in action, check out the video below!
Ramblings of a hungry foreigner in Japan June 08, 2016 16:10
Apple sauce, almonds, oatmeal and pie. These are a few of my favorite things - a few things I have not had the pleasure of tasting in many months. Japan is a place of beauty and culture and it is a great experience to live here, however, one thing Japan is lacking is all of my favorite foods from home. You might search for miles and spend all your money just to find your favorite cheese, and bread other than plain white is like a needle in a haystack. If you have a gluten intolerance, say sayonara to bread or crackers or sweets!
If you have a particular taste for tacos or western deserts you'll find yourself in a pinch, as almost all the food in Japan in Japanese. Even the pizza and hamburgers have a Japanese spin on them. Corn and mayonnaise pizza? No thanks!
There are many a times I've lain in bed dreaming of figs and root vegetables that didn't cost me an arm and a leg, and certainly there will be a day when I can eat all my favorite breakfast cereals again. But when that day comes, I know it will be a bitter sweet reunion with all my beloved foods. The cost will be high, for during a visit home last year, I realized the lack of Western food in Japan strongly mirrored the lack of Japanese food in the West.
Sure there are lots of sushi restaurants at home, but sushi is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Japanese cuisine.
Chocolate cheesecake may taste sweet, but what resentment I'll feel when I had to sacrifice mochi and ramen restaurants to get it! How will I carry on without Japanese pumpkin or eggplant. I don't want just pickles made from cucumbers, I want pickles of any vegetable I can think of. Bye-Bye tempura and soba. See you later onigiri rice balls at every convenience store. I know I can get pork dumplings and miso soup at home but it's really not the same.
Fortunately, I have peace of mind, knowing that all the best Japanese sweets and snacks can be delivered from Japan to my home when I leave this magical place.
I don't have to part ways with my favorite Pocky, or with DIY candy kits. I can even have Gudetama and Anpanman follow me home, and carry on experiencing the unique and exciting products that I can only find in Japan, and that is where I find the strength to carry on.
Cute Parfait [Video] May 04, 2016 12:10
Not only is this DIY parfait kit from Japan quite adorable, but it comes with a cute little glass and lets you make and customize your own pudding parfait.
We'll show you how it works!
Each kit comes with a high quality plastic parfait cup that is remarkably similar in look and feel to an actual glass.
Here are the contents of the DIY kit. In addition to the cup, each kit includes the powdered mix necessary to make the parfait and garnish it with a sweet berry sauce and pink sugar sweet.
After measuring out and mixing some milk with the parfait packet, you'll need to chill the parfait to let it solidify a bit.
We decided to get a bit fancy with a sliced strawberry in addition to the red berry sauce and pink sugar candy. Feel free to top your parfait with whatever strikes your fancy.
Just imagining all of the tasty berry topping combinations out there is making us hungry!
Enjoy your parfait by yourself or invite your friends over. Either way, you'll have a great time and end up with a tasty treat!
Take a look at the video to see this parfait kit in action!
Octopus Poop Candy! [Video] April 25, 2016 14:29
Today we are playing with octopus poop! Well... kind of.
This foamy, gummy, crunchy treat tastes great and appeals to the side of all of us that wants to make candy that looks like octopus poop.
Dodotto Tsubupyon comes in two different flavors, soda and grape.
This pack includes one of 3 collectable droppers. You might find an octopus, as shown, a strange squid or a cute robot dropper to make your jelly beads.
Fill your unique dropper with the pink liquid and drop it into the light blue liquid. When these two liquids join forces they form an instant jelly in the shape of the liquid bead dropped from your octopus.
Next you mix a third powder packet with water and this one creates a foam. Top your foam with multicolored rock candies before adding the jelly beads!
The plastic tray is specially designed to help you strain the water off the spoon when extracting the jelly beads from the blue liquid. Once you’ve spooned them out, spoon them right back in onto the foam mixture.
Once you’ve combined the foam, rock candies and jelly beads your octopus poop candy is complete! Now it’s time to enjoy the multi-textured treat, sure to be as fun to eat as it was to make!
Watch this video for a more in depth tutorial on how to make octopus poop candy!
Crayon Shinchan Mysterious Drink [Video] January 24, 2016 09:19
The latest from the Crayon Shinchan laboratory! We present to the public for the very first time The Crayon Shinchan Mystery Drink! Ta-da!
What secrets lie inside this innocent looking Japanese DIY candy kit packaging?
We have two different powder packets, a collectable high-quality plastic beaker and dropper.
Although the beaker is made of plastic, it looks and feels like a glass beaker. Despite the cute picture, it almost looks like something you might find in an actual laboratory.
We need to make the jelly liquid first by adding just a bit of water to the powder in the pink packet, stirring, adding a bit more water and so on. The gradual mixing process ensures that you have as few lumps in your mixture as possible.
After you've made the drink, you'll need to drop in the pink liquid using the supplied dropper. As the jelly liquid makes contact with the drink, it will instantly solidify.
Make beads by dropping the jelly liquid one drop at a time, or make a long jelly string by putting the dropper in the liquid and squeezing.
Take a look at the video below for an in-depth look!
Taiyaki and Odango [Video] December 25, 2015 02:30
If you like miniature DIY candy kits from Japan as well as traditional Japanese sweets, we've found this fun new DIY kit from Kracie that we'd like to show you!
This kit is packed with all sorts of fun stuff and contains everything you'll need to make a fish shaped cake with chocolate filling, soy sauce sauce flavored mochi, a strawberry gummy wrapped in rice cake and ramune flavored soda.
Here's everything that comes in the box and it's all that's required to make some amazing DIY candy. All you need to have on hand are scissors, just a bit of tape and some water.
After making the batter for the taiyaki (the fish shaped cakes) pour it into the mold and microwave it. The batter will cook and become solid.
Roll the rice cakes into three balls and skewer them on the included pick. You'll need to give them a nice coating of soy sauce flavored sauce.
This treat is called ichigo daifuku and is traditionally made with a strawberry, sweet bean paste and rice cake. Our kit uses a gummy strawberry and chocolate to replace the bean paste. Not quite authentic, but quite yummy!
Last up we have our miniature ramune soda in this adorable little cup. Just add the powder and water and watch it bubble and fizz!
There you have it! Traditional Japanese sweets meet DIY candy kits. It's a match made in heaven! Be sure to check out the full video below.
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String Candy [Video] November 21, 2015 23:53
We found some fun new candies from Kracie that let you twist, tie, braid and wrap these amazing sweets before you eat them. Let's take a look!
The two packages include two different flavors. The pink and yellow string candies are purple grape and muscat grape flavor while the orange and blue string candies are cola and soda flavored.
We started out by tying the classic figure eight knot. It was devoured shortly after.
We combined the two packs together to make this three color/flavor candy string braid.
These were just a few of the ideas we came up with, but there's a lot more you can do with these amazing candies. Check out the video below!
Mud Soda & Dirt Pudding [Video] November 05, 2015 15:54 1 Comment
You won't believe how easy these are to make and how great they turn out! Whether you're making them with the kids or serving them up at your next gathering, these sweet treats are a real crowd pleaser!
Whip up some of your favorite chocolate pudding. You can make it from scratch or just use a tasty mix.
You're also going to need some chocolate syrup to make chocolate milk for the mud sodas. We used Hershey's syrup, but any chocolate milk recipe will do fine.
Our gummy worms are a garnish that will go on top of our dirt pudding.
We will be using root beer along with chocolate milk to make part of our mud soda. It may sounds like an unusual combination, but they go together very well.
Our Oreo cookies make up the 'dirt' part of our dirt pudding. We were able to find chocolate stuffed Oreos, but any cookie that looks sufficiently 'dirty' will also work fine.
Layer the Oreo cookies and chocolate pudding to make a miniature parfait.
Let your gummy worms crawl around on top for added effect. Wiggle! Wiggle!
Make some cold chocolate milk using the chocolate syrup. We recommend using whole milk, but low fat or skim milk will also get the job done.
Fill half of your glass with chocolate milk.
...and the other half with cold root beer soda.
We're going to make a float with some chocolate ice cream. We were lucky enough to find chocolate ice cream with chocolate cookie chunks. SO... MUCH... CHOCOLATE!
Now that's a lot of chocolate! Watch the video below, make the recipe, but watch out for CHOCOLATE OVERLOAD!
Sleepy Egg Pudding [Video] October 30, 2015 20:27
Sometimes you just feel as sleepy as a lazy egg and you just want to get a bit.. more... sleep... But now is the time to make some Gudetama pudding with this amazing DIY candy kit from Japan!
Look at this little guy just trying to get comfortable on his little bed.
This DIY kit comes with everything you need to make your own Gudetama pudding and white cream. The plastic mold comes in two designs and includes Gudetama in two different poses. The yellow packet is for the 'yolk' pudding while the blue packet is for the 'egg white' cream.
You can use the plastic mold as a measuring cup when adding milk to the pudding powder.
After microwaving the pudding mixture to heat it up, you'll need to pour it into the plastic molds. You can fill them up to the brim so long as you're able to move them to the refrigerator without too much spillage.
Once the pudding has cooled completely, you can mix up the cream and spread it around Gudetama to make your treat look like a sunny side up egg. Now all that's left is to snap some pictures and dig in!
Three in One Lollipop [Video] October 13, 2015 00:41 1 Comment
This was a really cool candy we came across the other week that we just had to share. We've all seen lollipops with gum or tootsie rolls in the center, but we can guess that you've never seen a lollipop with a stick made from cola flavored gum!
After you've enjoyed the two flavors of the grape and apple candy outside, you've got a lemon flavored 'ramune' candy in the center. When that's finished, peel off the plastic wrapper of the stick and you're left with a piece of cola flavored gum! Awesome!
Check out the video below!
Edible Ice Cream Bowl Recipe [Video] September 24, 2015 08:10
We'll show you how to make some amazing edible chocolate chip cookie and brownie ice cream bowls! In addition to being just plain awesome, they're actually quite simple to make. Let's cook!
You can really get creative and use whatever dough or batter you'd like. We decided to go with some classics and make chocolate chip cookie dough and brownie batter. We used one of our favourite mixes to save time, but we'd encourage you to make the recipe from scratch.
If you're using a batter, be sure not to overfill the muffin tins. We found that filling the tins about 1/4 of the way works quite well. You'll need to make adjustments based on your recipe.
It's important that the bottom of your second muffin tin is clean and dry. If it doesn't have a nonstick coating, be sure to butter or grease the bottom of the tin as well. The weight of the tin should be enough to give the bowl a nice shape. Don't press down on the tin.
Bake for only 2/3 of the suggested time for the recipe. The layer of batter is thinner than it would be in a cake, muffin or pan. It will cook much faster.
For dough, flip the muffin tin over the spread a ball of dough on the top of each mound. You'll need to work it with your fingers to get an even coating. Be sure to evenly coat the mounds and fill in any gaps in the dough. Keep in mind that any nuts, chips or other tasty bits in the dough may fall out when cooking which may leave holes in your bowl. It's not the end of the world, but it could be a bit messy when you scoop in your ice cream.
You can cook the cookies for the time suggested by the recipe.
Before scooping in your ice cream, make sure your bowls aren't too hot. If you try to use them straight out of the oven, they may fall apart. Slightly warm bowls are amazing when combined with the cold ice cream!
Add your favorite toppings and you're done! Enjoy the ice cream, enjoy the bowl and enjoy being awesome! Here's the full video:
Himitsu no Neruneru August 30, 2015 02:04
Here is this new NERUNERUNERUNE set! This time is SECRET NERUNERU with cherry and banana taste and nice topping! (＾▽＾)
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You can eat this sticky candy.
This set is cherry and banana taste.
This set comes from grocery store near to my house.
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Peach Jelly with Peach Sauce August 18, 2015 01:08
This is PEACH JELLY version of STRAWBERRY PUDDING set with same molds, but this taste is very different!
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You can eat this peach jelly with sauce.
This set is peach taste.
This set comes from grocery store near to my house.
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Homemade Udon Noodles (Zaru & Kake) August 08, 2015 01:57
Udon is a delicious, filling and surprisingly easy dish that you can make at home. This versatile recipe can be eaten hot or cold and with your favorite soup and toppings. Give it a shot and you're sure to have a good time!
300g All-Purpose Flour
1. Add the salt to the water and mix until dissolved.
2. Slowly pour the water into the flour while mixing. (add 1/4 of the mixture at a time) Make sure the ingredients are well incorporated but try not to overtax.
3. Put the dough into a bag or into a covered bowl and let rest for 30 minutes.
4. Knead the dough for 10-15 minutes. You can do this by removing it from the bag and using your hands, or leaving it in the bag (provided that the bag is sealable and strong) and knead it by stepping on it.
5. Cover the dough or put it back in the bag and let it rest for another 20 minutes.
6. Using a rolling pin, roll out the dough to a thickness of about 3mm.
7. Fold the dough into thirds and cut the noodles to a thickness of about 3mm.
8. Boil the noodles for about 10 minutes. Cooking time will vary depending on the thickness of the noodles.
9. Strain and rinse the noodles in cold water.
10. Serve the noodles hot or cold in your favorite soup with your favorite toppings.
Rilakkuma Kamaboko (fish paste cake)
Watermelon Slice Jell-O Popsicles August 06, 2015 22:57
It's summer and you need a sweet treat to cool you down! Why don't you quickly whip up some of these watermelon slice Jell-O popsicles!
The first step is to make the red Jell-O mixture. We're going to need:
- 1 package (85g) powdered strawberry Jell-O
- 1/3 cup (75g) granulated sugar
- 1 cup (235ml) boiling water
- 3/4 cup (175ml) cold water
Dissolve the jello using the hot water. Add in the sugar and stir until it's completely dissolved. Finally, add the cold water to cool down the mixture.
Spoon the red Jell-O mixture into your paper cups. You'll probably want to fill each cup a little more than 1/3 of the way. You can always adjust the size of the red, white and green layers by adding more or less of the ingredients.
Chill the red Jello-O layer in the freezer for about 20 minutes or until it begins to become firm. We want it liquid enough to put in the chocolate chips, but firm enough to hold them in place and prevent the chips from collecting at the bottom of the cup.
Gently mix in the chocolate chips. Try to get them spread out as evenly as possible. Put the cups back into the freezer while you're working on the next layer. Be sure NOT to let them completely freeze. Frozen layers will be difficult to put spoons or sticks into.
We're going to make the white part of the popsicle now. For this part of the recipe, you'll need:
- 3/4 cup (200ml) whipping cream
- 3/4 cup (75g) granulated sugar
- 125g cream cheese
Fill a tray with ice, water and add a pinch of salt. The salt makes the ice melt at a lower temperature and will make it easier to whip the cream. In a separate bowl, whip the cream until it peaks. Gently mix in the granulated sugar and cream cheese.
Layer the whipped cream mixture on top of the firm red layer. This part of the popsicle should be smaller than the red layer. This is supposed to be the white part between the red part of the watermelon and the rind. Put the cups back into the freezer making sure not to let the layers freeze completely.
Make the green Jell-O mixture following the same steps you used for the red part. Just to remind you:
- 1 package (85g) powdered lime Jell-O
- 1/3 cup (75g) granulated sugar
- 1 cup (235ml) boiling water
- 3/4 cup (175ml) cold water
Gently layer the green Jell-O mixture on top of the cream. If the cream hasn't solidified enough, it may float to the surface when you pour the green Jell-O on top. Be careful!
Slowly insert popsicle sticks or small plastic spoons into the cups to make handles. Make sure enough of the spoon sticks out of the top of each cup.
Put the cups back in the freezer and let them freeze completely.
To remove the popsicles from the cups, dip them in a bowl of warm water for 5-10 seconds. They should slide right out!
Try different proportions to get the watermelon look just right! The combination of fruity Jell-O, chocolate chips and the whipped cream tastes awesome! These are great for hot summer days and are popular among kids and adults alike!
Give them a try! Take a photo of your finished popsicles and tag them with #MarimoMarshmallow so we can find them. We're pretty sure you can do better than us!
Check out the full video here!
DIY Ramen Candy July 22, 2015 14:27
Ramen candy has come back again! This time this is grape candy taste not real taste!
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You can eat this ramen and gyoza dumpling candy.
This set is grape taste.
This set comes from net store near to my house.
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Bubbling Jelly Bead Shake July 16, 2015 08:31
We can make this very fun JELLY BEAD SHAKE this time! I am sorry this video is very late! We can take a nice vacation for while but we are many fun videos coming soon!
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You can eat this jelly and shake candy.
This set is grape and muscat grape taste.
This set comes from net store near to my house.
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