Tetris Gummy Candy

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Introduction: Tetris Gummy Candy

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This instructable show you how to make gummy Candy in shape of Tetris !

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Step 1: You Will Need...

You need:



- A spoonbill

- A package of made gel candies

- A bowl

- A ice cube tray in the shape of piece Tetris (for the methode: http: // www.instructables.com/id/Tetris-Ice-Cub e-English-French/)






Step 2: Return Liquid Candies

Sort out candies by color and put in separate bowls.



Spend the bowl in microwave during 20 seconds in 750W.

No more, because otherwise the candy is going to make of big lounge !



At the exit, the candy is liquid, take the spoonbill to return the homogeneous color.



Overturn into the mould.



Make the same operations for the other candies, until as all the moulds are filled.








Step 3: Turning Out of Candies

Once filled moulds, to put in the refrigerator during 2 hours.



To turn out of the tin them, pinch a highly-rated and grow with your finger.



They will come loose by firing above then.



And here is!






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    7 Discussions

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    Sydneysyd
    Sydneysyd

    5 years ago on Introduction

    I cost really nothing

    gummy = 0.80€

    Ice cube tray = 2.50€

    That all :)

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    Muniosi
    Muniosi

    8 years ago on Step 3

    Do you know if I could put them in the freezer instead? If so, how long would they have to stay in the freezer?

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    Sydneysyd
    Sydneysyd

    Reply 8 years ago on Step 3

    I did'nt think that... Thx for ur advice :-)