Dessert Recipe: Almond Milk Jello Eyeballs
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    Default Dessert Recipe: Almond Milk Jello Eyeballs

    The title practically says the whole thing.

    2 packets gelatin
    1 cup cold water
    1 cup hot milk
    1/4 cup sugar
    2 tsp Almond Extract
    Gummy Lifesavers
    Tray(s) from Mochi Ice Cream balls, to use as mold(s)

    1. Add a light coating of vegetable oil to the mold, to serve as a release agent.
    Sprinkle the gelatin over the cold water. Leave to soften for at least one minute. (This is important. Yes, I now can add to my record "Can't make Jello without messing it up." )
    2. Bring the milk to a boil.
    3. Add milk to the softened gelatin. Stir until completely dissolved (about 5 minutes) Add the sugar and Almond Extract and stir.
    4. Put a gummy lifesaver in the bottom of each of the mold depressions.
    5. Pour in the gelatin, chill until completely set.


    People said they liked them because they weren't so sweet like everything else.
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    Dessert Recipe:  Almond Milk Jello Eyeballs
    They look like this:





    Haunt pics: 2005, 2006

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    They look really cool!
    "A true friend stabs you in the front."
    - Oscar Wilde


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    If you are really fanatic you can paint bloodshot veins on them with red food color and a toothpick, but I ran out of time.
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    This is very cool...I like that they are not too sweet and the lifesavers are a brillant idea.....the mochi ice cream trays, where did you buy them? Thanks!

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    I'm thinking you could probably use egg cartons for the molds...
    This looks like an awesome idea; I think I'll add it to my list. Thanks for sharing!

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