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    The recipe i used from taste... Says to bake for 2.5 hours





    Realllllllllly? Why so long??? Hmmm

    Who else has made them this year, how long did u bake them for?


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    I made them last year, pretty sure I baked them for less than an hour?!!! They are still in tact this year :-)

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    I did one I found on Pinterest and baked it for 2.5hrs. Seems to have worked ok, I'm not sure why it needs so long. What will you seal it with? I haven't done that yet

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    I coated mine in a glitter nail polish

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    I think it's so it dries slowly and doesn't crack.
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    I made them last year and didn't bake at all. It took a few weeks to dry though.

    I have seen a microwave recipe somewhere. I can't remember where but it is much quicker. All the oven ones I've seen say 3hrs.

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    I baked mine for 3 hours on a 120C oven. I believe it is so they dry out slowly and set rock hard. DS and I had great fun making and decorating them.

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    Yeah all the recipes I've read say 2-3 hours too.. I'd likely forget about them lol!

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    Anyone care to share a recipe for one that worked well

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