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Fred BRAIN FREEZE Ice Tray
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- Give party guests something to giggle about with brain-shaped ice cubes chilling the cocktails
- Crafted from strong, durable silicone, the tray makes up to 4 cubes at a time
- Great for Halloween gatherings, kids' birthday parties, gag-gift sessions, and more
- Frozen fruit juice can make different-colored brains for a fun variation
- Cleaning is a snap since the tray is dishwasher safe
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|Color||Brain Freeze||MIX||Brains||Frozen Smiles||Cool Jewels||COOLAMARI|
|Item Dimensions||1.5 x 6.5 x 7 in||—||—||1 x 6 x 5 in||1 x 8 x 5 in||5.25 x 5.25 x 1.75 in|
|Item Weight||—||—||—||—||2.88 ounces||3.2 ounces|
Fred & Friends Brain Freeze is an ice cube tray with 4 molded brain shaped ice cubes.
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1.Brains stays SIDE UP! (see picture) It does not flip over, the flat part stays down and the tip of the brain even stays out of your drink, maintaining the creases and shape of the brain.
2.Comes off easily from silicone tray. Only cracks a bit (but doesn't break) sometimes when in contact with your cold drink. (There is no need to use warm water to get them out of tray, as box says.)
3.You can add RED food coloring for a cooler more brain-ish look (I've attached pictures). The tray holds 1cup of water, so mix a little more than 1cup of water with 1 drop of food coloring and you'll get a very cool looking pinkish brain.
4.I have not timed it but I don't think it takes longer than regular ice cubes to freeze. I leave it overnight and it's ready in the morning. Fill it up again and it's ready at night. Keep the cycle going and you have a whole bunch of little brains stored in your freezer in a few days! (Again, picture!)
Great buy, we're very happy with the purchase
Zombie Brains w/ Raspberry Blood
(requires 3 molds & makes 12 brains)
3oz Lime Jello mix (NOT SUGAR FREE)
8oz Boiling Water
8oz ICE COLD Absolute Citron (store bottle in ice box for at least an hour)
Raspberry Dessert Sauce (store bought in squeeze bottle)
4oz or 5oz plastic cups (like jello shot cups but a little larger)
Boil a pot of water. (it's best to measure the water after it's boiled) While you're waiting... Use two fingers and some vegetable oil to lightly coat the inside of dry clean brain molds. You should make sure every nook and cranny is coated but you should not have any oil pooling in the mold. Set molds aside. Place jello mix in medium bowl add 8oz of boiling water and mix for 2 mins until mix is dissolved. Add ICE COLD liquor, stir, and immediately begin to pour into brain molds. Fill 3/4 of each brain and evenly distribute any remaining liquid. Cover each mold with plastic wrap and place in a level area in the fridge. LET THESE SIT OVERNIGHT
Now the fun begins... Grab a plate and butter knife. Take one mold at a time out of the fridge. Run the back of the mold under warm (not hot) water for a few seconds. Take the butter knife and also run it under the water. (the wet knife will not stick to the jello) One brain at a time: Using the knife on its side apply a bit of pressure to the bottom of the brain and pull it away from the mold towards the center. Turn the mold over and gently start to squeeze and push the bottom of the mold. You are trying to release the suction of the jello from the mold. Turn the mold back of and if the brain doesn't slide out onto the plate, give the mold a little gentle and quick shake up and down. Don't worry the other brains should fall. Once on the plate take a cup and squeeze about a teaspoon, or more if you like, in the bottom of the cup. Use the knife to slide under the jello brain and place it over the "blood" in the cup. Give it a little jiggle left and right and it will slide around in the blood. Use a lid or plastic wrap to cover and place back in the fridge. Repeat 11 more times.
*NOTE* another advantage of the blood is it will keep the jello from sticking to the cup and since the brains are a little larger then a standard jello shot most people will have a little bit of blood left on the side of their lips.