Ingredients5 h 20 m servings 252
- Lightly oil a brain-shaped gelatin mold.
- Stir the peach gelatin mix with boiling water in a bowl to dissolve the gelatin. Allow to cool to room temperature, about 20 minutes. Mix in the evaporated milk and peach schnapps; pour into the prepared mold. Refrigerate until set, 4 to 6 hours.
- To decorate, dip the mold in very warm water (don't let the water enter the top of the mold) to loosen; invert the mold on a serving platter and lift to leave the brain in place. Mix blue and red food coloring in a small bowl with 2 teaspoons of water. Use a small clean paintbrush to paint the coloring into the grooves of the brain. Return the brain to the refrigerator until the food coloring sets. Serve cold.
Per Serving: 252 calories; 2.5 41.1 4.8 9 141 Full nutrition
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Made this for our party last night...huge hit...everyone loved it! Cool gross factor (served it with a small ice cream scoop) but tasted yummy...should have made two of them. Only thing I change...
This was a huge win at my adult halloween party! Creepy and cool. I walked around the party with the brain on a silver platter and served slices to my party-goers. It wasn't sticky or slimy so y...
The finishing result was awesome, the brain was sturdy and looked really good! And it tasted good too, I used peach jello and it tasted like peaches and cream with the evaporated milk. I would l...
We substituted strawberry jello instead of peach, and used a full pint of peach schnapps. It was fully gelled in approximately 5 hours, and tasted fantastic!
This recipe is excellent as is, however to make it really realistic I added drops of red and blue color to the main mix until it looked gray. I not only painted it (using a q-tip) with the food ...
Sliced the brain with a big chef knife for effect. Tasted great!
Worked like a charm! I made a non-alcoholic version of this, substituting water for the alcohol. We used it for a school haunted house - kids thought this was awesome! Set up really well and ...