lol, my friend, thank you so much, i am such a horrible "collector", can i have more stuff that i don't need? but in the meantime i just adore them (my daughter told me this weekend that after i kick the bucket, she will sell all of precious stuff, i was horrified, lol)
How did I do this? Hmm...a lot of patience to start off with, then when I realized I had to make more than 20, I really I had to summon all of my inner patience, luckily, I had no problems t all removing them from the mold.
I know! I've heard some people have tried it before but I've never personally tried it. I assume that anything silicon is good for making practically any kind of desert since it makes it easy to remove from the mold. No problem it was an easy search!
LOL...first thank you so much and please do extend my greetings to your friends and family, i appreciate they also love what it is i do! Secondly, i am so happy you are interested in making "gelatin based" desserts, to be honest, this is a single dessert that i find EVERYONE loves. Do remember this also, you can pretty much use anything at all to make gelatin based desserts. This one for example.
Now this dessert i added alcohol was because there will be no kids for this dinner party. The mold i used was some old mold i found with my "junk collection", i have so much stuff, it is kind of sad really! But i do want to share the information on these dainty china sets, they were from WWI, i have a set of 12, so beautiful, they are all with different designs...and i purchased them a long long time ago from an antique store, i do use these for my morning espresso.
I have no doubt you will one day....owning the most beautiful bone/fine china. I am a crazy woman, I have collected too many things over the years, and you know what's funny, you guys only have seen 10% of what I own!! Yikes, I might be a hoarder! Lol