What Else Is Knoxx Good For Besides Molded Gelatin?
We know Knoxx is awesome for those sweet yummy gelatin. Or, to set no-bake cheesecake and fillings like custard and cream.
But have you heard about edible plastic? Wondering what’s it for? It’s awesome for making windows for a house or car cake. Or, you can use it as a plastic wrapping for a food cake.
This is where Knoxx works perfectly. This recipe and tutorial from HowToCakeThat is an easy way to make edible gelatin plastic. It’s edible but tasteless if you use water. You can substitute Sprite or 7-Up for water if you want.
Continue to find out how it’s done…
- Sheet of clear plastic
- non-toxic putty or clay or left-over fondant
- Small Saucepan
- 2 packets Knoxx powdered gelatin
- 6 tablespoons water
1. Find a level surface.
2. Put the clear plastic on the surface
3. Make a barrier using non-toxic putty or clay or fondant.
4. Pour 6 tablespoons of water into the saucepan.
5. Sprinkle 2 packets of Knoxx into the saucepan.
7. Heat the mixture on low. Stir occasionally.
8. After gelatin has melted, tilt saucepan on one side. Skim foam off the surface.
9. Pour the gelatin onto the plastic sheet. Make sure it’s not too hot or it may melt the plastic.
10. For a thicker less flexible sheet, use the entire amount. Use a small amount for a thinner, flexible sheet.
11. Working quickly, tilt the plastic sheet to spread the gelatin. Add mixture until the entire surface is covered.
12. Allow gelatin to dry overnight. Longer for a thicker sheet.
13. Once dried, gently remove the barrier and peel the edible gelatin plastic from the craft plastic.
14. Trim uneven edges with a pair of scissors.