The Milk Memoirs

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How to make edible glue


Why in the world would you need edible glue?! Ha! You’d be suprised. I wasnt too far along into my baking and fondant modelling journey before I was in need of this magical substance.

So when that time comes for you, here’s how to make it with just TWO ingredients:

    -1 teaspoon tylose powder (found at most bake stores) mixed with 1 teaspoon water.
    Stir it up vigourously, and yes, it should have the consistency of gooey egg white – you didnt get it wrong.

BOOM! You now have edible glue.

You wont need much for each application, if you’re just working on a few little bits of fondant pieces or candy eyes to glue onto a cake or cookie, just a thin layer is all that is needed. It’s tasteless and works like a charm.

You’re welcome!


Author: mommabeartrax

Mother of two (and counting), pregnant with the third and have a sweet little angel in heaven. A very happy wifey, blogger, lover of life and laughter, a clumsy swimmer, loyal friend, Im funnier in my head than I actually am, I am a qualified HypnoBirthing Child Birth Educator, I get inexplicably excited about good food, baking & crafts. Although, I think baking and crafts are just trying to fill a void that my Kenpo and gym-rat days used to fill. Lastly, according to the rest of the world, I fix your printer. But I'm actually a Software Architect.

2 thoughts on “How to make edible glue

  1. Pingback: Dora’s Rainbow Cake Recipe and Estrella cookie pops | The Milk Memoirs

  2. must save this for future


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