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Thanksgiving Treats

11.21.11 |

It's Thanksgiving week and everyone is talking turkey.  Brine v. no brine is the big trending topic on Twitter and if I see another casserole recipe I might go a little crazy.  So, in the spirit of the holiday, but with a twist, we are bringing you inspiration that's a little off the beaten path.  Make something that your friends won't expect this year.  That's right, kids, Jello molds.  Some of these are for the wee ones and some are just for the grown ups, but they all have one thing in common...they are gorgeous!  Sure to be a hit, make a Jello mold this year and send us pics, please.  There might be a little something in it for ya! 

If I was a Jello shot, this is the one that I would be. 

Image by Tony Cenicola via NYTIMES

 

Here's another one that looks awesome...the Bushwacher Jelly shot.  Described as a "milkshake all boozed up," all I can say is "Yes, please." 

Image via So, How's It Taste.  Click here for the recipe

 

Check out this lineup of Jello molds from The Daily Meal for more awesome pics and recipes!  Yay, Jello! 

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

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