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Munch Ministry Interview + Flower Gummies Steps Revealed!

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Do these flower gummies give you the ‘Wow!’ factor? Well, at least they do for me! The first time I spotted these gummies in #Facebook, I knew I just gotta make it!

I’d a party last week, & so I scurried around to look for the perfect gummies for my flower bouquet. As I was my first attempt, I just bought 2 small bags in case I didn’t succeed.
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The steps are really simple. The toughest part was holding the #gummies together to wrap them nicely in my palm. I’d a hard time; not sure if it was due to my petite hand. So I decided to use a small bowl to hold them together instead, & it worked like magic. I managed to make 12 stalks of flowers & dumped the rest of the gummies into the “vase”, & decorated it with some nice colourful papers!

Be warned! The background of what's coming up next can be very disturbing & distracting! Please focus on the bouquet of flowers instead.........

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My guests were extremely impressed & they happily brought home the stalks of flowers. Of course, they were equally overwhelmed by the #HelloKitty Japanese Rice Balls too, but I'll touch on that in another post so please be patient.

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That aside, I’m very honoured when I was approached by Munch Ministry for an interview recently. You may have heard of #MunchMinistry if you’re a #HappyCallPan user. Set up by 2 wonderful mummies, Louisa Loh & Pauline Wong, the community is all about home cooking. So do hop over to their site after you’ve finished going through the gummies steps, to read all about my culinary adventures + couple of my signatures recipes.

Flower Gummies - what you’ll need:
Gummies
Satay sticks
Plastic wrappers (5” x 5”)
Vase & Decorative Papers (optional)

Method:
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  1. Insert stick into yellow gummy.
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  3. Place wrapper onto palm or bowl. Put yellow gummy in the center. Pick 6 gummies & place them side by side forming the petals.
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  5. If using bowl, remove the gummies carefully & place them on a flat surface. Gather the wrapper together & tape around it to seal the flower.
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  7. Tada! Your #FlowerGummy is completed! Told you it's easy, isn't it?
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  9. Continue with the rest & place them all in a vase to form a bouquet of flowers.

Luxury Haven In Homecooks Spotlight!  Hop over to Munch Ministry to read all about it & check out their recipes!

Read about my other interviews:

36 comments:

  1. Oooo cute! I would so do this if I ever organise a party in my house.

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    1. Sharon, I'm sure you'll have lots of fun!

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  2. Never thought of doing that with gummies...Very creative! So.. When we open the paper, we must be careful, right? otherwise all the gummies will fall and end up only eating the center one! :)

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    1. Reana, must warn your guests first! Hahaha! Or you put "superglue".......

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  3. Yes.. Yes.. Wow..!!
    So Pretty indeed.. and colourful!! Love it!
    Thanks for sharing Shirley.

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  4. So pretty! Can't believe how easy it is.

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  5. hehe, i like gummy sweet too~ =D

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  6. Awesome and creative outcome. Just love the sugary coating and the vibrant colors.

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    1. Nava, I'm sure there're lots of people out there already making this since this is simply too irresistible.

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  7. Oh boy! It does look simple but I think skills are still needed for this project. And I think I would be struggling with the Hello kitty project which looked so adorable especially the pinky ribbon portion. Congratulations on your interview with Munch Ministry which I have read all about your passion in cooking and blogging. Keep it up!

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    1. DS, hahaha! You're always so humble. Thanks so much for your support! You've been a awesome fan these years!

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  8. How absolutely creative my friend, so beautiful and utterly delicious :D

    Cheers
    CCU

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    1. Uru, it wasn't my idea. I saw a pix in FB & tried to replicate it. Thks, sweetie!

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  9. very nice! i've seen these flowers before & i wondered how did they make it. now i know! ^^

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    1. Aemy, anyone can do this! It's so simple ^_^

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  10. A beautiful bouquet and edible too! I can't wait to read about your hello kitty rice balls! Have a super weekend. BAM

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    1. Bam, thks for the lovely note! You've a wonderful weekend too!

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  11. These are beautiful and creative. I would go for these edible bouquet any way over the real flowers. :P These would definitely brightens up any one's day. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. ivy sew http://simplybeautifulhealthyliving.blogspot.comSeptember 7, 2013 at 1:18 PM

    Hi Shirley, Such beautiful flower gummies and killing 2 birds with 1 stone; for decoration and it's edible too. Yeah, congrats to you. You are indeed great!

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    1. Ivy, thks so much dear! You're fabulous too :)

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  13. Wow, I didn't know that making gummies was that easy! =O

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    1. Ciana, no reason to say you can't do it, isn't it? ^_^

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  14. Hi Shirley, congratulation to you. That gummy flowers sure look cute and pretty. Great for children parties too. Thanks for sharing the step by step method.

    Will drop by later to catch your posting... I think I miss more than 10 already. :))

    Have a nice day. regards.

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    1. Amelia, thks again for catching up! I know you've tons of blogger friends to attend to. Hahaha! Really appreciate you coming around ^_^

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  15. haha i might end up eating all the gummy before the flower can happen.

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    1. Amanda, thks for dropping by & leaving your sweet note! Love having you around :)

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  17. You are so creative! Lovely flowers. It is Teacher's Day today in Singapore? No wonder my Singaporean cousin was ranting about teachers in fb. She used to be a school teacher but now opens up her own tuition centre.

    I love Munch Ministry's recipe. I got my flip pan recipe from the website.

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    1. Rose, thanks for the lovely note! Yap, lots of greetings in FB today. Hahaha! Happy cooking, sweetie!

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