Microwave Jolly Rancher Roses

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Hello this is how you make one of my favorites. Jolly rancher roses! They are perfect for any occasion! They are easy and so much fun to make!

Step 1: Materials

You need

2 different types of jolly ranchers (5 for the flower and 1 for the petal)

Small microwaveable container

Skewers or sucker sticks

Gloves (optional)

Step 2: Microwaving

To microwave you put five jolly ranchers into your microwavable container and fill just over them with water.
Microwave anywhere from 30-60 seconds on high depending on the size of the container.

Step 3: Shaping the Rose

(Must be done fast!)
To you must pull out the candy out of the water to wrap and stretch it out around the stick. Then repeat this process until you use all four jolly rancher's.

Step 4: Rose Petals

To make the rose petals you make stretch the green jolly rancher out as far as you can. Then you poke a hole in the center and wrap it up and out the rose.

Step 5: Finished!

I hope you enjoyed! This is my first project and feedback would be great! Please send me pictures of how your roses turned out!


By the way my favorite flavors are watermelon as the flower and green apple as the leaf.

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    Kittykat_15

    2 years ago

    this was really fun to make i made some for some f my friends and family they loved it although i already know how to mak i like to see other people make.>-<

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    MelissaH228Kittykat_15

    Reply 1 year ago

    I have made this but trying to figure out what can I use to wrap them up and give them to people with out stick to the wrap that I use

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    rainingfiction

    2 years ago

    Stupid question: Did you microwave the Jolly Ranchers with the wrappers on?

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    ninjatanmyman

    3 years ago

    @emmyb2 I have only tried jollyranchers but i think any candy that was made by it first being a liqid would work.

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    EmmyB2

    3 years ago

    HI, do you think this would work with other brands of candy, too?

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    Random Hacks

    3 years ago

    I am definitely voting for this!

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    Navish86

    3 years ago

    Most creative candy ever :)

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    ClenseYourPallet

    3 years ago

    This is a great idea! Thanks for sharing and you have my vote!