Our company picnic is next week and I volunteered to make some Jell-O molds for one of our fun relays. People are going to have to try to pull out a metal spoon from the mold using only their teeth so they can then continue on with the egg carry race, but I digress. I mistakenly assumed making a Jell-O mold was as simple as just putting the gel into a vessel and plopping it out when I needed it.
Thankfully, I shouted out to my co-workers casually asking if they'd ever made a Jell-O mold and if it was as easy as I had assumed it was. When the resounding “no” came back, I was shocked. Several horror stories of failed Jell-O attempts followed. I had no idea how easily Jell-O catastrophe could strike.
We jumped online to search out the best and easiest way to make Jell-O molds. We discovered a few sites and then we found this one: The Jell-O Mold Mistress of Brooklyn.
Who knew Jell-O could be this amazing and intricate? There's some real artistry here and we all vowed to try some of the Mistress's creations. We’re bringing Jell-O back, YEAH!