This one for all the sweetums out there. Get ready to see the recipes and preparation process of the dessert masterpieces!
Take a marshmallow and cut it in equal sections. Put them together in a form of a flower. Then sprinkle it with colored sugar to make beautiful multicolored petals. Marshmallow flowers can serve as a wonderful decoration fot the cupcakes and other kinds of pastry.
Now take a bag of small-cut marshmallow cubes. Put them into a bowl, add some water and microwave for 1 minute. Then add some powdered sugar. Refrigerate. When you get the marshmallow dough out of the fridge, add some food coloring. Batter the dough, then roll it. Cut small circles out of the dough. Put them in a row, one by one. Finally, roll it into a beautiful rose. Also great for the cupcake decoration.
I'll demonstrate you how to make best desserts ever: Chess cake, Nutella banana, pears with honey, croissants, blueberry pancakes and more!
0:44 MARSHMALLOW DOUGH
3:12 DELICIOUS CHOCOLATE DECOR
7:07 COTTON CANDY MACHINE
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5:42 I already tried this life hack didn't even work one little bit:( I don't know why 5 minute crafts post things that are not even going to work. Also there are SO MANY repeats on this channel makes me really annoyed to watch the same hacks over and over again! SO please 5 minute crafts please listen to me and follow my directions and POST MORE NEW VIDEOS AND LIFE HACKS! [email protected]
I really, truly want to believe these actually work, but research shows that it's most likely not going to.
On a side note what even it that "cotton candy maker" you're going to burn something for sure (ignoring all the other problems wrong with it) and I'd rather buy a cotton candy maker which won't burn everything around it down.
Wait aren’t marshmallows already delicious?
Also can’t I just puts some sprinkles on a marshmallow and save the extra work?
All that for a flower? Can’t I just eat my marshmallows and powder sugar in peace without marshmallows shaped like flowers being shoved down my throat? Thanks!
ONCE AGAIN I CAN JUST PUT SOME SPRINKLES ON MINI MARSHMALLOWS
You know whatcha gonna get if you eat that. No matter what you turn it into to
I bet that fell over after you finished filming
I just feel bad for the book
I WANTED TO POP THE BUBBLE WRAP >:(
That feather is gonna snap in halves
(this is a joke)
I tried the chupa-chups lipsticks because it looked easy and I had all the ingredients. It didn't end well. I ended up breaking my favorite bowl, the lollipop was melted bon it and the vasaline hadn't finished melting yet, I was going to end but I thought WTH, I already broke my fav bowl what more could go wrong?!before it all hardened, I manage to get some of the melted lollipop on a spoon, using a lighter I melted it in 15 mins. Why 15 minutes? Because it wouldn't stay melted, I almost burned my hand with the lighter. Then I tried to put it into the stick, this took another 15 mins and the end result was melting my lip stick. Finally I finished it it was in the stick, It couldn't be moved up or down but it was in. With a sense of pride I put my finished product to my lip, and all I covered my lips with the new product I felt little tears on my lips. Yes, it was cutting me, there were itty bitty icicles on my lip stick and it was making me bleed. Nevertheless I kept rolling it on, because it too too darn long for me to just trash. therefore I bled, those tiny spots of blood and the lipstick will forever be my reminder that it is better to buy than to DIY.
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