A "recipe" for realistic miniature bread that almost feels like baking real bread: all you need is water, baking powder and.. well, polymer clay instead of flour!
This was adapted from this tecnique (wich is probably my all-time favourite!!). However, this method uses just polymer clay, instead of Liquid polymer clay (which is quite pricey!). Also, you won't need any mold! All you have to do is to knead the baking soda into the polymer clay and shape it as you want before baking. So much fun!
Ps. After a few tests, I found that while you can color the bread with chalks before baking, the colour does wear off a little, so I suggest to paint your miniatures with acrylic paints instead
It looks amazing! I tried it with both baking soda and powder, and both turned out too crumbly and there weren't any air bubbles. Was this because there was too little water added, or too much soda/powder? D: Thanks in advance
Oh this happens to me too, once in a while I'm not sure which one is the cause - my bet is ..both! I've noticed this either happens when I use too much water or too much baking soda. Unfortunately it takes a few tries to guess the right water/soda proportions.. and even then sometimes you might have a bad batch