Friday

Easy to Make Jello Brain

Time for a yummy Halloween Treat! This Jello Brain is one of our favorites to make. The first time I made it was for our daughters Sweet 16 Zombie Party! Enjoy this easy recipe. 


BRAIN MOLD

Ingredients

3 large or 6 small peach flavored gelatin
12 oz can fat free evaporated milk
Oil cooking spray
Green food coloring
2 1/2 cups boiling water
1 cup cold water


Instructions:
  1. Lightly spray the inside of the brain mold.
  2. In a large bowl place gelatin powder and 2 1/2 cups of boiling water.  Stir with whisk for 2-3 min to dissolve powder.
  3. Stir in 1 cup of cold water.
  4. Add evaporated milk and stir for two minutes. It will already start to set.
  5. Add a few drops of green food coloring to produce the flesh tone color.
  6. Pour gelatin mixture into the plastic brain mold and leave 1/2-1 inch room at the top. If not it will spill.
  7. Wrap several kitchen towels around the bottom of the mold. The towels will help to keep the mold upright in the fridge.  Let set overnight.

Extracting the brain from the mold:
  1. Carefully shake the mold until the gelatin is loosened from the plastic mold.
  2. Put serving dish over mold and gently flip it over and place on table.  Shake a bit and you will see it releasing from the mold and onto the serving dish.
    NOTES: I've been told that you can do with with watermelon jello, too. Next time I'm going to try that flavor.
    IF you want a clear brain, then don't use the evaporated milk.  Instead use the same amount in water.
    We added cookie jell on the inside of the mold as well as candy bones, spiders, teeth, mini chocolate chips,etc to add fun to the brain! Here are a few more pictures.






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18 comments:

  1. Thanks girl for the visit! Love the brain mold its great! Thnaks for linking with Make It Fantabulous! Have an awesome weekend!

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  2. Thanks for visiting my blog. I did link up on your linky, and am now following you! Love the brain jello! I will have to try this for Halloween!

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  3. Thanks for stopping by! Linking up! :)
    Emily
    familyandlifeinlv.com

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  4. Oh now that's just gross! lol You were such a cutie pie! My daughter loved Holly Hobby too. I remember doing her entire room in Holly Hobby even the wallpaper! Following you already, so just stopped to see your flashback & if you've got any cool give-aways ~hehe~ Don't forget about Monday's Music Moves Me. It's Freebie week.

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  5. That brain jello is perfect for halloween!

    it gives me the shivers :)

    It's pretty cool though.

    Thanks for visiting. I do appreciate it.

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  6. Hi this is Nicole from ColiesKitchen.com. I just wanted to stop by and tell you how much I l love following your blog! Happy Follow Friday!! Have a super weekend!! www.colieskitchen.com

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  7. Just stopping by and following your blog. Have a great weekend!

    www.thewhitewhimsies.blogspot.com

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  8. Thanks for the follow..I already am a follower of yours..The gelatin brains are really great!! Barb

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  9. Cute shot! I had a couple holly hobby things when I was little, too.

    Thanks for stopping by. =) melanie

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  10. Stopping by from the Friday blog hops but your GFC box isn't loading for me so I'm following you on Twitter as @momof_alltrades.

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  11. Hey there! Thanks for visiting me! I left my link as requested :)
    Your GFC is not loading- I will come back again!
    Have Sippy Will Travel
    I also took your badge and added it to my page :)

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  12. It was good hearing from you today. I just linked up my recipe at your "Recipe 2" and linked up and post up your Follow Me Follow U button on my blog. Yikes! What a great Halloween brain mold is that! Great share and I'm following you too. Happy Friday!

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  13. Hi QT - Thanks for visiting my blog today! I am meeting so many new people I haven't seen and that's wonderful! I'm following you back.

    I moved your brain mold recipe to my recipe linky. The linky you put it on was an advertisement for Ann Clark, Ltd. Be sure to check out the linky & check out other blogs w/ fall/winter recipes at:
    http://holidaygiftsandmore.blogspot.com/p/recipes.html

    Tina "The Book Lady"
    http://givingnsharing.blogspot.com
    http://familyliteracyandyou.blogspot.com
    http://holidaygiftsandmore.blogspot.com

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  15. That looks great (in a gross kind of way!) I love the spiders and such!

    Visiting from FFF. Have a great weekend!

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  16. Thanks for visiting my blog.... and for the invite! This brain jello is PERFECT for a Halloween centerpiece. Thanks for sharing :)

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  17. Thanks for joining me on Friday's Kid-Tested Recipes! I promise to stop by and link up when I actually remember to take pictures...this brain jello is classic....gross but memorable :)
    Beth @ Two Monkeys & a Washtub

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  18. Thought you might want to list your blog hop here.

    http://giveawaysgiveawaysgiveaways.blogspot.com/2010/12/blog-hops.html

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