How To Make Shiny Edible Isomalt Gems Using a Piping Bag

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  1. rebeccasewing
    rebeccasewing says:

    Thanks, Elizabeth. Have you ever made mini icicles for a gingerbread house? If so, how did you do it? Thanks for the video. I've watched several and yours is the best.

  2. Hermayonne Harris
    Hermayonne Harris says:

    Thank you so very much. This will be my first time using Isomalt and your video was very helpful.  I will follow your instructions but I will not be using the piping bag until a little later. Thanks again,

  3. aliyah h
    aliyah h says:

    Old lady if this was intermediate then u should should had known how to do one with out the molds and candy Thermometer how un professional 😤

  4. Lori Presnell
    Lori Presnell says:

    Hey Elizabeth 😊 thank you for the tutorial. I have two questions:
    1. I don't think you said what temp. to let the isomalt reach when boiling.
    2. How do you keep it from crystalizing?

  5. Irene Mason
    Irene Mason says:

    Just made some & found the isomalt goes hard really quick so you have to work quickly with it. I would suggest if you make gems only do a small batch at a time. Also found I had to keep reheating in the microwave

  6. littlefurnace
    littlefurnace says:

    Tip: If you make the parchment piping bag by holding a corner in each hand with the point towards you, you can just wrap one hand over the top of the other and make a bag in about 1/3 of the time it takes in this video.

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