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edible balloon birthday cake

Make this edible balloon birthday cake with gelatin balloon bubbles. A simple recipe that immediatly makes your table into a fabulous birthday party!

Use your finger to gently push the rubber balloon down into the bubble, thereby pulling the balloon away from the lip of the gelatin. Description from cakecentral.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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Adding some decorative bubble or balloon accents to a cake can give that extra pop of pizzazz to any design! Whether creating bubbles for...

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Gelatin Bubbles: Recipe and Step By Step Tutorial - Chelsweets

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Want to learn how to make gelatin bubbles? This recipe and tutorial walks you through the whole process, and makes gelatin bubbles that are the perfect decoration for a cake!

edible balloon cake // For the balloon bubbles you’ll need; small balloons, powdered gelatin (1 to 2 packages per color), food coloring (we used red, green, and yellow), pearl luster dust (we used gold and green, but white or silver would work with most colors), cold water (2 tbsp per package of gelatin), vegetable shortening, and a small brush. -- coat balloon with shortening then mix, heat and dip balloon in the rest of the ingredients.

edible balloon birthday cake

edible balloon cake // For the balloon bubbles you’ll need; small balloons, powdered gelatin (1 to 2 packages per color), food coloring (we used red, green, and yellow), pearl luster dust (we used gold and green, but white or silver would work with most colors), cold water (2 tbsp per package of gelatin), vegetable shortening, and a small brush. -- coat balloon with shortening then mix, heat and dip balloon in the rest of the ingredients.