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Kimberly Chapman is a multiple prize winner at cake shows around Texas, including first place awards, and has won international awards as well. She has done demonstrations and taught classes on ...

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Flexible, Edible Stained Glass

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Flexible, Edible Stained Glass Table of Contents
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Flexible, Edible Stained Glass One of the projects from the book.
Flexible, Edible Stained Glass Front Cover

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Use a baster
  • Use an xacto-knife

Pattern Description:

This book will take you through the basics of making your own gummy candy, complete with three different recipes that give decorators literal and figurative flexibility in their designs. Next, it shows you how to turn those basics into fantastic results that will have everyone asking, "How on Earth did you do that?" Step-by-step photos and instructions illustrate just how easy it is to be creative and have fun with the newest medium in the sugar arts world.


  • Good quality baster (one that does not dribble/leak)
  • Small non-stick pot
  • silicone spatula
  • gelatin dessert (ie Jell-O), amount and flavour will vary by project
  • unflavoured gelatin (ie Knox), amount will vary by project
  • sweetened condensed milk
  • corn syrup (if making clear gummy)
  • stove top
  • heavy-bottomed glass that doesn't tip easily
  • food-safe texture mats
  • #4 round piping tip
  • plastic wrap

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