Behold The Bacon Jello!
It’s come to THIS! Bacon Jello! Oh, and it’s also come to THIS – Bacon Cheeseburger Cakes!
Yes, Bacon Cheeseburger Cakes!
So much to share today – not only the two great recipes above, but also bacon and egg alcoholic jello shots like these!
Let’s get started!
Bacon Jello Recipe Link!
This is a picture that has been everywhere today – bacon jello! Thanks to a terrific website called instructables, you can get a step-by-step look at how to make this inventive – um, WHAT is it exactly?
Well, I’d try it, but the recipe is a bit daunting…maybe I need to try something else…
My Jello Americans!
Well, this sounds better – bacon and egg alcoholic jello! And thanks to this website, you too can mix jello and alcohol and come up with some amazing things, such as:
Bacon and Eggs!
Here is how “Myjelloamericans.com” describes this bacon, egg and jello concoction:
Homemade Bacon Vodka.
It looks beautiful, I may have to give this one a try…and hope it doesn’t send me to the dark side, like this:
THE DARTH VADER
Just a simple combination of Sambuca & Cream Soda
According to the website, the carbonation of the cream soda made the Darth Masks a little pock marked – but hey, after a half a dozen or so, who cares!
Try to avoid a “Vader-sized” hangover…time to move on to what I think it one of the kitchen’s great new masterpieces….
The Bacon Cheeseburger Cake!
What a great way to celebrate the holidays: thanks to the great cooking website “allrecipes.com”, you can now make a bacon cheeseburger cake!
Here are your ingredients:
1 (18.25 ounce) package yellow cake mix
1 (13 ounce) package brownie mix
2 (12 fluid ounce) cans vanilla frosting
yellow food coloring
red food coloring
3 vanilla wafer cookies
1 large roll of red fruit leather
4 caramels, with stripes
8 yellow chewy fruit-flavored candy squares
1 (16 ounce) container chocolate frosting
1 large roll of green fruit leather
Preheat oven according to instructions on cake mix box; prepare mix. Grease and flour a 9 inch pan, and a shallow metal bowl at least 9 inches in diameter. Fill the 9 inch cake pan 2/3 full with cake batter; pour the remaining batter into the prepared metal bowl (this will be the top of your “bun”). Bake according to directions, remove from pans, and cool on a wire rack.
Grease and flour a 9 inch pan. Prepare brownie batter, and bake according to instructions on box. Remove from pan, and cool on a wire rack. Shave off the sharp edges of the brownie, making it resemble a hamburger patty.
Place 1/4 cups of vanilla frosting in a heavy duty plastic sandwich bag, and color with yellow food coloring to make your mustard. Repeat a second time using the red food coloring to make your ketchup. Place remaining frosting in a bowl, and color with a mix of red and yellow food coloring until you arrive at the color of a hamburger bun.
Cut the cookies in half and wrap with pieces of red fruit leather to create your tomatoes. Unwrap the caramels, and heat in microwave for 10 to 15 seconds to slightly soften. Roll the caramels individually between sheets of waxed paper to create bacon strips. Microwave the chewy fruit-flavored candy squares, place together, and roll between sheets of waxed paper to create your cheese slice; trim into a square shape.
To assemble, place bottom bun on your serving dish, and spread with some of the hamburger bun frosting. Place brownie on top of this, and spread it with chocolate frosting. Decorate edges with the tomatoes, bacon, cheese, mustard, and ketchup; use the green fruit leather as lettuce. Place top bun over this and spread with the remaining hamburger bun frosting; sprinkle with sesame seeds.
The Ultimate Jello Shot Experiment!
Finally, thinks to the Scientists at: http://www.myscienceproject.org/j-shot.html
These guys wanted to see HOW MUCH alcohol they could get into a jello shot and still have it “set”…
Thanks to them I now know how much vodka will keep it’s jello shape! Enjoy, but “jello” responsibly!