My friend's little girl Molly LOVES Legos. Her mother asked me to help her with a back-to-school get-to-know-each-other play date with her new friends. Little Molly insisted upon a Lego theme.
So i made Rainbow colored Lego blocks (about 30 of them). And a small Lego cake (sorry, i did not get a chance to take photo of the cake...yes all gone...). All the little boys and girls had a great time and rode their bikes around the blocks afterwards. So cute...
I made these with freshly squeezed lemon juice. 1 part water, 1 tablespoon lemon juice ratio.
On the left hand side of this image, you should see one black and one pink Legos, I used these two Legos to make these Jello. A tip - Make sure you generously spray inside of the Lego you plan on using.
if i saw this at a restaurant, my 1st thought would be, wow that looks really unhealthy but im gonna have alot cause it looks nice but then i see the ingredients u used, im like wow thats impossible. good job! not in a million years would i be able 2 make something like this
I disagree, of course you can make this very easy and non-fat dessert. Btw jello is one of the rare desserts that not only tastes good when prepare it correctly but also can be easily made into a non fat dessert
wow i never knew that. if u look in my gallery, theres a folder called ella's art. ella's one of my best friends, and shes crazy about baking. she would LOVE YOU TO DEATH! sadly, shes too lazy to make a dA account.
But... it would still ruin their constructive properties. Do they even stack in the first place? RUBBER LEGOS! That's what needs to happen. That right there. Market it with me, my friend. We'll be billionaires.