Showing all 4 results
Heart Gelatin Mold
House of Tasty HorrorsHere, put your hand in this bowl of eyeballs. Now prepare yourself to immerse your fingers into a bucket of guts. Did you ever participate in that Halloween classic game where fun parents would peel grapes and boil noodles to make kids squeal with delighted disgust as they explore the slimy textures of a mad scientist’s lab? It’s an oldie but a goodie, sure to cause all sorts of giggles and screams. Want to recapture that atmosphere? Whether you’re hosting a group of your friends in their thirties or you have ten nine-years olds coming over, you have the opportunity to take that edible awful activity one step further with this heart-shaped gelatin mold.Product DetailsWith voluptuous veins and appetizing aortas, your gelatin mold will be the heart of any Halloween buffet this year! This mold has a fourteen-ounce capacity so you can fit plenty of flavor and color into your appalling appetizer. Vein of OpportunityUse of this mold doesn’t have to be sequestered to everyone’s favorite spooky holiday. Get creative. Throw it together to congratulate your kid on getting an A in anatomy. Send a gelatin heart over to your special someone for Valentine’s Day. Experiment with color and ingredients to your heart’s content. When it comes to themes, this heart never misses a beat!
Skull Gelatin Mold
Not Your Grandma’s Party SnackThis isn’t a normal party. At a normal party, you’d want your guests to be dressed in vibrant and fun outfits when they arrive. At a normal party, you’d want to have a few elegant decorations. At a normal party, you’d want your snacks to look beautiful and appetizing. But like we said before, this isn’t a normal party.This is a Halloween party. That means you want your guests to be dressed in crazy costumes. That means you want a plethora of frightening decorations that scare the pants off of unsuspecting guests. And that means you want snacks that look gross and ghoulish. Definitely not your grandma’s kind of snacks! Well, there may just be a way for us to help you out with that last bit.Product DetailsThis skull gelatin mold helps you make a snack that’s delightfully dreadful, but also quite tasty. The mold has a 29 oz. capacity and is shaped like a human skull. Just fill the mold up with your favorite flavor of gelatin mix and leave it in the refrigerator for a while to let it set. That’s it! You’re all done after that step!Sorry, No PineapplesTo make your gelatin dish even eerier, just add some of your favorite fruit… except pineapple. We have nothing against pineapple, but the chemistry just doesn’t work out in gelatin (sorry, pineapple lovers).
Hand Gelatin Mold
Need an extra hand when you’re getting ready for your big Halloween party? How about two? How ’bout thirty?? You don’t want to let things get out of hand when you are in the middle of planning. You got the feeling during your last party that everyone thought your boring old jello cubes were a little out of touch, but you couldn’t really put your finger on why. It would be nice if you could fix that problem with just a flick of your wrist, but you’ll have to dig a little deeper to really get a grip on the matter. We’ve got just the thing to slap some new life into your party d√©cor! With this Hand Gelatin Mold, your costumed party-goers can feast on some spooky jello hands to get into the Halloween spirit. Just mix up your favorite flavor, chill, and serve! Now your guests will be thinking more about if they prefer fingers or palms more, and less about all the inevitable hand-puns!
Brain Gelatin Mold
Oh, you’re such a Suzy Homemaker. A real Donna Reed, Carol Brady, Martha Stewart-type. You always have cookies in the oven, nutritious fresh fruit ready for the kiddos, and a pitcher of lemonade chilling in the fridge. So, naturally, you make your own gelatin. (The kids just got you to stop calling it “salad” recently.) And why the heck not make it in the shape of a human brain? May as well provide anatomy lessons during snack time. See, kids, here’s the corpus callosum, which connects the left and right hemispheres of the brain. Here’s the frontal lobe, associated with motor function, pleasure, and reward. And here’s the temporal lobe, associated with memory, comprehension, and emotion––we think Daddy has a small one of those.You ain’t raisin’ no scrubs! Get your little overachievers on the path to med-school as early as possible with this Brain Gelatin Mold.