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Hello im back again. Yes you just can't seem to get rid of me.
I have the taste for making videos.
So keep on giving me those nice messages and i'll keep on making them. Today im going to make something different, its not an easter treat or a christmas treat it is something
You can have all year round. Especially on those warm summer days.
Now what i like to have on a hot summer day
is an ice block, who doesn't? But I'm going to make something different and not just
a normal ice block.
So join me today as i make some gummy bear ice blocks. Yum!
So what you need to make
you gummy bear
ice block / icy poles
Gummy bears. You can smell the sweetness coming from
that packet i just opened
They smell yum.
You need an ice block tray
I just have a four because these are really sweet and not something you want to have
all the time. But trust me
on a really hot day they are fantastic. With your gummy bears
place them evenly into
your ice block tray. Don't fill it up to high.
Not all the way to the brim.
Just enough so you
use all the gummy bears
So for that four ice blocks
Thats just used one packet of gummy bears. Not to top it up I'm going to pour
lemonade in them. You can also use Sprite. The reason why im using lemonade or sprite is because its clear so then their frozen
the gummy bears
really stand out
pour it slowly
Because you don't want it to fizz up and over flow.
now pop on
another reason why not to fill
with the gummy bears
to the top
is because your lids will not fit on properly
Now we place them in the freezer and i'll show you when their ready.
Now they have been in the freezer for just over an hour
When you take them out rinse them under some
cold water, don't use hot water because you don't want to melt them. And then they should just slide out like so.
mmmm look at that
how good does that look.
Let me try it
So please make these at home. They are simply delicious
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Thanks for watching. Bye.