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By Terrah from d34B8AaFu on 2/7/2017 10:05:09 PM
Thank you so much for this artclie, it saved me time!
By Alexander from ouDr5804Gg on 10/25/2015 1:08:13 PM
OMG. I cannot find Haagen Daz green tea ice cream aewhynre. I can usually get green tea ice cream at Kotobukiya though. I swear I am an addict. As if I wasn't already a chocolate and strawberry addict. I need help. LOL. These look oh my god delicious. I'd also like to thank you for getting back to me privately about Doraemon.
By Taishi from TAnoqnb3 on 10/25/2015 7:33:50 PM
Make your own!! You have to make your own green tea ice cream, you will never go back. I will post my recipe soon.. When I have the time.
By judith from NpWlltwvKFFfvWNK on 4/14/2012 10:37:01 AM
Hola Lilian!Thank for your message. Here are my tips:1. There are a ocpule of very important ways to make sure your cake pop stays where it should. The first is It helps to get the consistency of your dough just right. If you add too much frosting, it will be too moist and slippy. Too little frosting and it will break into crumbs. So my advice is to add the frosting bit by bit until the dough is firm and not crumbly, but not tacky to the touch.2. To get a nice round pop, I get a small amount of dough and roll it between my palms until it is a smooth sphere. It really helps to use a measure of some kind to get consistently sized pops. I use a small size cookie scoop like the OXO one in my .3. Then it is very important to chill the cake balls so they set. If you don't chill them, they will be too soft and slip down or off your stick. Also, once you have added the stick, chill them again for a few minutes to set the Candy Coating holding the stick in place.4. I assume you mean Candy Melts when you refer to the Chocolate melt. To lighten the consistency of Candy Melts, you can add a little bit of vegetable shortening (or flavorless vegetable oil) to the melted candy melts. If you are simply melting chocolate down I don't know if this would work properly. I don't recommend using chocolate as it is very hard to keep liquid and you cannot re-melt it. I guess the only way would be to get one of those Chocolate Fondu pot things that keeps the chocolate liquid.Hope this helps!Buena Suerte!CP x
By Santoshi from XskACtctRw on 7/7/2014 10:00:48 PM
for something fun to put into the kids' lucenhs as a snack, and I came across the idea of cookie dough icing. You can put this icing atop just about any kind of cake you choose. I chose Devil's Food,