so... how bout some general instructions and an idea for molds????
I second that. The teeth are sublime but look like they were tricky to make.
Hi!The mold, called Frozen Smiles, was purchased from urban outfitters. It is world wide fred brand, and is pretty cheap on amazon.I'll type up some directions and post them when I get a chance.-cory
One of the few jelloshots that I've seen that I probably wouldn't want to eat.
In a small sauce pan, combine a small bit of water and a package of Knox. We used less than ¼ cup of water, but enough to saturate and soften the gelatin granules. Let it soak for a few minutes. Turn the burner on very low, and stir constantly while the mixture melts and there are no longer detectable granules. Pour it into a measuring cup. As the mixture is still hot, add spoonful of sweetened condensed milk. Stir vigorously.Add any flavor vodka (the final product will be called That Flavored Vodka ‘n’ Cream) until you have 3/4ths of a cup of total liquid (an envelope of Knox is supposed to make a cup, but you gotta make this one firmer to unmold it). It should be pretty opaque white. If it is not, you should add more sweetened condensed milk. But keep in mind you are still shooting for only ¾ c of total jello.The Fred and Friends makes four sets of teeth.In two of them, pour the liquid you just made, up to the bottom of the gum-line. Pour a table spoon or two in a separate cup, and add a ton of edible glitter, mixing vigorously. Pour into the third cavity, to the bottom of the gum-line. In a second cup, again separate a bit of the white jello mixture. We added a bit of coffee to it, in an effort to make it look dingy, stained. Pour into the fourth mold, up to the bottom of the gum-line.Put that in the fridge for a while (45 minutes maybe).Back in your sauce pan, pour the unused teeth gelatin. Warm slightly, stirring vigorously. Don’t boil, your alcohol will boil off and your milk will curdle. The reason you war warming it is so the next layer adhere to the first layer. Dye the mixture reddish.Slowly pour this onto the hardened teeth. Consider using a spoon as to not disturb the first layer.Hope for the best.Should the best happen, style the jello with a cigarette butt, blood orange syrup, and its own merit.As this jello is firmer than people expect, leave it out a bit (depends how much more hot your house is than a refrigerator) before you serve it.
from a dentist's point of view, this is friggin awesome :D keep it up!
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