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How To Make Rainbow Squisharoos

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Times are tough, the economy is down, people are getting angry at everything, there are multiple wars going on… all of this can make us incredibly sad and depressed, simply because we want to see the best in the world and yet, the world is giving us the worst it can. IF a natural disaster comes along, things couldn’t get any worst (please no natural disaster, please!). To cope with this, a lot of people decided to take up some actives. One of the best activities people can take up is making sweets: it’s incredibly fun and, at the end of the day, you get to eat some homemade sweets. What could be better than eating something sweet you did yourself? In this video, YoYoMax12 shows us how to do some delicious rainbow squisharoos. These are sweet, have an amazing texture and, best of all, they only have three ingredients! They look like the perfect recipe right? We know! So let’s get into it. Here’s what you’ll need: some Jell-O, water, and marshmallows.
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The first thing you need to do is get a bowl and fill it up with water. Then, you just need to fill up as many Ziploc bags as you want to with different flavors of Jell-O. Each box of Jell-O will be enough for you to make 24 marshmallows, so be careful with the amounts you use, or you will end up filling up the fridge with rainbow squisharoos. Now, on to the process. All you need to do is grab a marshmallow, place it in the water and make sure it is fully covered with water. Then you shake off the excess water and place it in the zip-close bag with the Jell-O powder. Now you close the bag and shake it until the marshmallow is fully covered. When the marshmallow is fully covered, all you need to do is remove it, place it on a baking sheet with wax paper and let it stay there for 2-3 hours for it to dry. That’s it!
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You might want to change the water when you change between colors, or else it will get pretty messy. Plus, you will want to make one color at a time so you can keep things organized as you do these squisharoos. The final result Is a marshmallow with a small fruit flavored crust on top of it, and with a beautiful color. You can serve these on wooden skewers, or on top of a plate all bundled up. Either way, they are going to disappear from the table pretty quickly, so make sure you make a few of these just to make sure everyone can eat them. You won’t regret making these.

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