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    Well, I only like smart posts. And I didn't plan on posting more jello, but since you insisted...






    BTW, I saw this when I was searching for a pic and it looked awesome.

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    Oh OS, that's a lot of moist wrongness
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    (Replying to MontanaMama) This is some of the smartest shit I ever read

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    Sadly, that was one of the better search results.
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    Better you than me, since you started this whole thing.
    If i hear one more personal attack, i will type while drunk, then you can cry! - Bugdoll
    (716): I'd call her a cunt, but she doesn't seem to have the depth or warmth
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    I hate creme brule too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MontanaMama View Post
    Better you than me, since you started this whole thing.
    Well, you did ask for it.

    TRUE jello peeps.

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    Well, creme brulee is probably my favorite dessert other than cake, cheesecake or pecan pie, but I know a lot of people don't like custardy things because it's got that eggy aftertaste. I hate pickled or cooked beets, but had a raw slice of one on a Greek salad a couple of weeks ago and I managed to swallow it without gagging, so maybe I don't hate them raw? I like Cadbury Eggs, but someone ate mine this year. lol Also, not a jello mold, but this is not an entirely bad idea...to me. And Orange Slice, maybe? I don't condone cotton candy vodka most of the time, but I do here.



    Easter Candy for Grown-Ups: Peep-Stuffed Jello Shots

    Posted by bakersroyale on April 3 2012 in Desserts, Holiday, Recipe



    The Easter bunny is coming to you this year…by way of a Peep-stuffed jello shot!
    Here’s the thing: I’m not a fan of dyeing eggs. In fact, I kinda hate it. I don’t like the smell of those PAAS kits. I did it for the first time two years ago when my kid was 2. Pure torture. I know — what kind of mother am I?
    Well, I’m the kind of mother who makes jell-o-colored eggs shot up with booze for adults and mixed with juice for kids.
    See the bottom half, the egg? I went and shot it up with some of Pinnacle’s Cotton Candy vodka. The Peep remains a virgin — although if you wanted to, you could certainly make some boozy Peeps, too. I had to skip the boozy Peep making since my now-5-year-old was anxious to get Easter started once he saw me messing around with the plastic eggs.
    This is as close as I will get to artificially dyeing an egg for Easter — even if it’s a wannabe egg.
    Easter Egg Jello Shots

    Makes 12-15 Peeps Jelly Shots | Preparation: Spray inside of Easter egg cups (the plastic kind that the candy comes in) with bake spray and then wipe down with a paper towel.
    Ingredients:

    • 2 6 oz. vanilla Yoplait yogurt
    • 2 envelopes Knox Gelatin
    • cup Pinnacle Cotton Candy Vodka
    • cup water
    • 12-15 Peeps

    Instructions:

    1. Add two envelopes of Knox Gelatine to Pinnacle’s Cotton Candy and water. Set aside for about 2-4 minutes until gelatin blooms. Transfer mixture to a saucepan and heat until gelatin is dissolved.
    2. Add gelatine mixture into yogurt and whisk until thoroughly combined.
    3. Divide yogurt mixture into four bowls and mix in food coloring until desired tint is achieved.
    4. Pour colors into eggs and insert a peep in the center. The Peeps may need a few pieces of wadded up paper towels stuffed between each peep or on the side egg the carton to keep them erect.
    5. Transfer fully assembled tray to the refrigerator to chill until set.
    6. Optional: Using a small star tip and pipe whipped cream on the egg’s edge.

    Notes:
    1. Use the squat side of the egg.
    2. To present the jelly shots standing upright, poke a cocktail toothpick through something like small foam board and place Easter Egg Jelly Shots right on top of toothpick.
    3. To make these kid friendly, replace the vodka with white grape juice or another light-flavored and light-colored juice.
    More: Peeps Gone Wild!

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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    I hate creme brule too.

    Fucking weirdo. Creme brle is fucking great!

    waterslide imma have ya read that recipe when I'm sober.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHELLEE View Post
    Fucking weirdo. Creme brle is fucking great!

    waterslide imma have ya read that recipe when I'm sober.
    Yeah, I'm having problems keeping my mind on reading it too. All I see are happy sugar bunnies, but maybe the recipe itself will make more sense tomorrow.
    Gross, put it away. You could dress beautifully but you gotta be Miss Granny Panty Whore.
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    Now I worried the only reason's Shellee's defending my jello posts is that she's drunk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeSlice View Post
    Now I worried the only reason's Shellee's defending my jello posts is that she's drunk.
    Nope don't you know people speak the truth while drunk? I believe in what I defend gosh darn it.
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    It's true!!!! Liquor (once taking liberally) is like a truth serum!!! I have seen it with mine own eyes.... and... I'm a bit drunk right now....

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeSlice View Post
    I'll vouch the Cadbury egg part. Those things are AWESOME.
    They have really awesome yokes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ikmccall View Post
    Not a personal dig, but my own persona pet peeve--YOLK not YOKE.
    yep...
    Quote Originally Posted by SHELLEE View Post
    Maybe it's spelled that way because its a faux yolk?
    ah, logic from a drunk floridian...
    Quote Originally Posted by MontanaMama View Post
    Oh sure, like each others posts to add creedence to your poor taste in sweets. You both probably like peeps too. And somehow OS is going to find a way to post a picture of peep jello
    that's a safe bet...
    Quote Originally Posted by SHELLEE View Post
    I done told ya, peeps roasted over a fire are da bomb. Creme brule like coating.
    and you've been told that you are wrong.
    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    I hate creme brule too.

    oh, look the peep is dying!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Waterslide View Post
    Well, creme brulee is probably my favorite dessert other than cake, cheesecake or pecan pie, but I know a lot of people don't like custardy things because it's got that eggy aftertaste. I hate pickled or cooked beets, but had a raw slice of one on a Greek salad a couple of weeks ago and I managed to swallow it without gagging, so maybe I don't hate them raw? I like Cadbury Eggs, but someone ate mine this year. lol Also, not a jello mold, but this is not an entirely bad idea...to me. And Orange Slice, maybe? I don't condone cotton candy vodka most of the time, but I do here.



    Easter Candy for Grown-Ups: Peep-Stuffed Jello Shots

    Posted by bakersroyale on April 3 2012 in Desserts, Holiday, Recipe



    The Easter bunny is coming to you this year…by way of a Peep-stuffed jello shot!
    Here’s the thing: I’m not a fan of dyeing eggs. In fact, I kinda hate it. I don’t like the smell of those PAAS kits. I did it for the first time two years ago when my kid was 2. Pure torture. I know — what kind of mother am I?
    Well, I’m the kind of mother who makes jell-o-colored eggs shot up with booze for adults and mixed with juice for kids.
    See the bottom half, the egg? I went and shot it up with some of Pinnacle’s Cotton Candy vodka. The Peep remains a virgin — although if you wanted to, you could certainly make some boozy Peeps, too. I had to skip the boozy Peep making since my now-5-year-old was anxious to get Easter started once he saw me messing around with the plastic eggs.
    This is as close as I will get to artificially dyeing an egg for Easter — even if it’s a wannabe egg.
    Easter Egg Jello Shots

    Makes 12-15 Peeps Jelly Shots | Preparation: Spray inside of Easter egg cups (the plastic kind that the candy comes in) with bake spray and then wipe down with a paper towel.
    Ingredients:

    • 2 6 oz. vanilla Yoplait yogurt
    • 2 envelopes Knox Gelatin
    • cup Pinnacle Cotton Candy Vodka
    • cup water
    • 12-15 Peeps

    Instructions:

    1. Add two envelopes of Knox Gelatine to Pinnacle’s Cotton Candy and water. Set aside for about 2-4 minutes until gelatin blooms. Transfer mixture to a saucepan and heat until gelatin is dissolved.
    2. Add gelatine mixture into yogurt and whisk until thoroughly combined.
    3. Divide yogurt mixture into four bowls and mix in food coloring until desired tint is achieved.
    4. Pour colors into eggs and insert a peep in the center. The Peeps may need a few pieces of wadded up paper towels stuffed between each peep or on the side egg the carton to keep them erect.
    5. Transfer fully assembled tray to the refrigerator to chill until set.
    6. Optional: Using a small star tip and pipe whipped cream on the egg’s edge.

    Notes:
    1. Use the squat side of the egg.
    2. To present the jelly shots standing upright, poke a cocktail toothpick through something like small foam board and place Easter Egg Jelly Shots right on top of toothpick.
    3. To make these kid friendly, replace the vodka with white grape juice or another light-flavored and light-colored juice.
    More: Peeps Gone Wild!
    that is disgusting and you should be kicked in your head by a mule and then deported to florida...
    Quote Originally Posted by SHELLEE View Post
    Fucking weirdo. Creme brle is fucking great!

    waterslide imma have ya read that recipe when I'm sober.
    because even when sober, floridians still can't read.
    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeSlice View Post
    Now I worried the only reason's Shellee's defending my jello posts is that she's drunk.
    and illiterate...
    Quote Originally Posted by Brookie View Post
    They have really awesome yokes.
    and another one for the mule to kick.
    Kill him.
    Kill her.
    Kill It.
    Kill everything... that IS the solution!
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    Just what we need, a recipe for Corned Beef-Cabbage Mousse, directly from Family Circle Magazine in 1973!




    Corned Beef and Cabbage Mousse


    1 envelope unflavored gelatin
    1/2 cup cold water
    1/4 cup finely chopped onion
    3 Tbl lemon juice
    1 tsp salt
    1 cup Hellmann's Mayonnaise
    1 1/2 cups finely shredded cabbage
    1 12oz can corned beef, separated into chunks
    1 cup chopped celery
    1/2 cup pickle relish


    Soften gelatin in water in small saucepan. Dissolve over low heat, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and stir in onion, lemon juice, and salt; gradually stir in mayonnaise. Blend in remaining ingredients. Turn into 1 quart mold and chill 2 hours or until firm. Unmold and serve. Serves 8.


    If you do not have a gelatin mold, steamed pudding molds work very well.

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