Pokemon Go Beginners How to Never Run Out of Pokeballs

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I don’t know about you guys but I am addicted to paying Pokemon GO!!! But, I took a break from playing this week so I could show you how to make these awesome CHOCOLATE POKEBALLS with super cute Pokemon figures inside! Break one open to find out which Pokemon you caught. Is it Squirtle? Or Bulbasaur? Or Charmander? Or maybe Pikachu?!?! Bring these to your next Pokeparty and everyone will think you’re the Beedrill’s knees!
I start out by melting white tempered compound chocolate wafers. I brush a layer of melted white chocolate into the silicone half sphere mould. After each half sphere is coated I put the mould in the freezer for about 5 minutes to allow the chocolate to harden. After the chocolate has set up I repeat that 2 more times. When the third coat has finished setting up I take them out of the freezer and pop them out of the mould.
Now that you have all of your bottom halves of the Pokeballs complete you can get started on the top red halves. Repeat the exact same process as you did for the white halves but this time use red tempered compound chocolate wafers instead of white.
With both halves of the Pokeballs made it’s time to seal them up. I bought 4 cute little Pokemon toys and placed one Pokemon in each Pokeball. Squirtle, Bulbasaur and Charmander all went into their balls without any problem but Pikachu didn’t want to go in the ball! So he hung out with us instead. I used some more melted white chocolate in a piping bag with a small hole cut in the end and carefully lined the top edge of the white half with chocolate. I then carefully placed the red half on top. You could try to mark the bottoms of the balls to tell you which Pokemon are in which Pokeball but I left mine as a surprise! I think it’s more exciting that way when you open them up.
Next, I rolled out some black fondant using my small fondant rolling pin and cut long thin strips. I used a ruler as a guide for the knife (being careful not to cut myself) to run along to make sure the strips were cut straight and had a uniform width all the way along. I then brushed water on the strips and laid them out as straight as I could on the counter. Tipping a Pokeball on its side, I rolled it along the strip making sure to keep the seam of the 2 halves centered on the strip. The water on the fondant will make it sticky and allow it to grab onto the chocolate as you roll it along. I used the same circle cutter to cut out the seam where the 2 ends of the black stripes overlapped on the Pokeballs. I brushed water onto the black circles and stuck them onto the Pokeballs where I had cut away with the circle cutter. I used a slightly smaller circle cutter to cut out white circles. I then took an even smaller circle cutter and impressed it into the center of the white circles making it look like it’s part of the button that opens the Pokeballs. I brushed water on the back of the white circles and placed them on the centre of the black circles on the Pokeballs.
Now we’re all set to have a Pokeparty!
Pokemon Go has brought me back to my childhood and I LOVE IT! I remember so well my yellow Gameboy Colour that I used to play Pokemon Yellow on. It was the only game I had for Gameboy but I never put it down! And the Pokemon trading cards too!!! I never actually knew how to play with them…I just loved collecting them and trading with my brothers and friends!
I’ve had sooo much fun learning the best way to catch Pokemon in Pokemon Go and figuring out when the best time is to evolve them and power up! And it’s so addicting trying to catch all of the rare Pokemon! I’ve also been figuring out some good strategies for battling gyms. My favourite trick for leveling up fast is definitely to use a lucky egg and go to a popular Pokemon catching area where there are tons of people. This way I can catch wayyy more Pokemon than normal and I also make sure to have lots of Pokemon ready to be evolved at the same time. The lucky egg doubles the xp you gain when you catch and evolve them. My top rarest Pokemon that I’ve caught are Scyther, Onyx , Rapidash, Electabuzz, Magmar, Pinsir, Porygon and Aerodactyl! I almost caught Snorlax but he ran away!!! 🙁

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Pokemon Go Beginners How to Never Run Out of Pokeballs

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Poke balls are the key to becoming a master in Pokemon Go – here’s how to ensure you never run out of Poke Balls, Great Balls or Ultra balls.

For more info, check out our full Pokemon Go wiki @

Learn How-To Make These Chocolate Poke-Snacks For your Next Pokemon GO Adventure!
TOP 10 CRAZY CAKES –
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ALL THE PRODUCTS I USE!!!

I don’t know about you guys but I am addicted to paying Pokemon GO!!! But, I took a break from playing this week so I could show you how to make these awesome CHOCOLATE POKEBALLS with super cute Pokemon figures inside! Break one open to find out which Pokemon you caught. Is it Squirtle? Or Bulbasaur? Or Charmander? Or maybe Pikachu?!?! Bring these to your next Pokeparty and everyone will think you’re the Beedrill’s knees!
I start out by melting white tempered compound chocolate wafers. I brush a layer of melted white chocolate into the silicone half sphere mould. After each half sphere is coated I put the mould in the freezer for about 5 minutes to allow the chocolate to harden. After the chocolate has set up I repeat that 2 more times. When the third coat has finished setting up I take them out of the freezer and pop them out of the mould.
Now that you have all of your bottom halves of the Pokeballs complete you can get started on the top red halves. Repeat the exact same process as you did for the white halves but this time use red tempered compound chocolate wafers instead of white.
With both halves of the Pokeballs made it’s time to seal them up. I bought 4 cute little Pokemon toys and placed one Pokemon in each Pokeball. Squirtle, Bulbasaur and Charmander all went into their balls without any problem but Pikachu didn’t want to go in the ball! So he hung out with us instead. I used some more melted white chocolate in a piping bag with a small hole cut in the end and carefully lined the top edge of the white half with chocolate. I then carefully placed the red half on top. You could try to mark the bottoms of the balls to tell you which Pokemon are in which Pokeball but I left mine as a surprise! I think it’s more exciting that way when you open them up.
Next, I rolled out some black fondant using my small fondant rolling pin and cut long thin strips. I used a ruler as a guide for the knife (being careful not to cut myself) to run along to make sure the strips were cut straight and had a uniform width all the way along. I then brushed water on the strips and laid them out as straight as I could on the counter. Tipping a Pokeball on its side, I rolled it along the strip making sure to keep the seam of the 2 halves centered on the strip. The water on the fondant will make it sticky and allow it to grab onto the chocolate as you roll it along. I used the same circle cutter to cut out the seam where the 2 ends of the black stripes overlapped on the Pokeballs. I brushed water onto the black circles and stuck them onto the Pokeballs where I had cut away with the circle cutter. I used a slightly smaller circle cutter to cut out white circles. I then took an even smaller circle cutter and impressed it into the center of the white circles making it look like it’s part of the button that opens the Pokeballs. I brushed water on the back of the white circles and placed them on the centre of the black circles on the Pokeballs.
Now we’re all set to have a Pokeparty!
Pokemon Go has brought me back to my childhood and I LOVE IT! I remember so well my yellow Gameboy Colour that I used to play Pokemon Yellow on. It was the only game I had for Gameboy but I never put it down! And the Pokemon trading cards too!!! I never actually knew how to play with them…I just loved collecting them and trading with my brothers and friends!
I’ve had sooo much fun learning the best way to catch Pokemon in Pokemon Go and figuring out when the best time is to evolve them and power up! And it’s so addicting trying to catch all of the rare Pokemon! I’ve also been figuring out some good strategies for battling gyms. My favourite trick for leveling up fast is definitely to use a lucky egg and go to a popular Pokemon catching area where there are tons of people. This way I can catch wayyy more Pokemon than normal and I also make sure to have lots of Pokemon ready to be evolved at the same time. The lucky egg doubles the xp you gain when you catch and evolve them. My top rarest Pokemon that I’ve caught are Scyther, Onyx , Rapidash, Electabuzz, Magmar, Pinsir, Porygon and Aerodactyl! I almost caught Snorlax but he ran away!!! 🙁

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Pokemon Go Beginners How to Never Run Out of Pokeballs

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Poke balls are the key to becoming a master in Pokemon Go – here’s how to ensure you never run out of Poke Balls, Great Balls or Ultra balls.

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