How to make tiny gelatin bubbles? Gelatin balls are just too gorgeous. It is a perfect topper for cakes and even cupcakes. Edible bubbles may seem to be so hard to make but trust me; it is just easy. In addition to that, the process can be time-consuming, but it is worth it.
Afterward, take the shortening and cover the tiny balloons in a thin layer using a brush. Wipe the excess shortening with a paper towel. If too much shortening is applied, the gelatin will not stick on the balloons.
Then, prepare a microwave oven-safe bowl. Pour the cold water into the bowl and add the unflavored gelatin. It is important to note that the ratio should be 1 part gelatin to 2 parts water. Afterward, spread the gelatin in the water evenly; do not stir.
TIPS AND TRICKS ON HOW TO MAKE TINY GELATIN BUBBLESThe gelatin bubbles will contract and shrink, which is completely normal. You may hear a crackling sound but rest easy. It just means that they are drying and becoming firm. This recipe needs to be done in advance as it may take a whole day or more; make them a couple of days ahead of the intended day.