Edible art: How to make tiny bunnies that are literal eye candy

Just in time for Easter, Lin Geng of CandyLabs Montreal shows you how to make hundreds of tiny bunny candies.

Just in time for Easter...

How to make tiny bunny candies cute enough that you will probably cry a little

5 years ago
Lin Geng of CandyLabs Montreal shows you how to make hundreds of tiny bunny candies 2:49

The treats at Montreal's CandyLabs are romantic and wistful and unbearably cute, but they're also the product of strong hands, practice, skill, science and — most importantly — a vision. Lin Geng and his team work together to create the intricate designs you see in their signature confectionary art. And in this video, Geng will show you the many steps it takes to make his tiny magical bunny hard candies.

And, CandyLabs has workshops so you can learn in person! Find out more here.

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Ashley Duong is a Montreal-based filmmaker and multimedia storyteller. Her most recent projects include Land and Legends, an interactive journey into a legendary river valley in Borneo, and A Time To Swim, a feature documentary.


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