Positas are soft, fluffy, and a little bit salty.
They can be made with milk or cream, but they can also be made by simply boiling milk or milk and coconut cream.
So if you want to use them as a paint, here’s how you make your own posca pen.
Mix your milk and salt 2.
Put your paint pen in the freezer 3.
Make sure to keep the milk and the cream out of reach of your children, pets, and anyone else with a strong stomach.
You’ll need the following ingredients: 1.
10-12ml milk 1.2-1.4g cream of tartar 1.4-2g coconut oil, softened 2g unsalted butter, melted 1 tsp salt 4.
Take the milk, cream, butter, salt, and coconut oil and combine them well.
Mix well to form a dough, about 1/3 of the way up the sides.
Add a little water to make sure the mixture doesn’t stick to the bottom of the pen.
Roll the dough into a ball, about 2 inches in diameter.
Brush the top of the ball with the melted butter and place it into the freezer to harden.
Once it hardens, gently cut the dough and cut into 8 pieces.
Place one piece of the dough on top of each of the remaining 8 pieces and pinch it closed to form the pen lid.
Cover the pen and place the lid on top.
Let the pen chill in the fridge for at least 2 hours.
Remove the pen from the fridge and pat dry.
Once dry, take your paint pens and paint them up with milk, coconut cream, and salt.
Enjoy your posca!