|Beautiful frozen bubbles.|
A Facebook friend the other day posted a link to an article on Distractify which had tons of beautiful pictures of these frozen bubbles. The article indicated that a mom and her son just blew some bubbles in below freezing weather and BA-BAM! Works of art!
I know this is a food blog, but since this is what I did this morning, and because it required a recipe for bubbles, I'm posting it. One of the perks of having my own blog is being able to do what I want to on it, and today I want to post pics of my beautiful frozen bubbles. I know I have several other things I should be doing on this "cold" day where school has been shut down due to -35 degree wind chill, but I've got aaaaalllll day. If you have time today and it's freezing outside, I think you need to give this a try.
--Adapted from BubbleBlowers.com
- 1/2 cup Dawn dish soap
- 2 cups water
- 2 tablespoons corn syrup
Gently mix the three ingredients in a glass measuring cup. Pour about a half cup into a small drinking cup. Go outside into freezing cold weather and blow some bubbles. I recommend using a bubble wand with smallish holes because the larger bubbles seemed to just pop. The small ones are the ones that landed and froze.