Last month, I bought these gelatin moulds in our stopover in Cebu from Puerto Princesa.
A week after I bought these, I was excited to give the moulds a try. Using gelatin for dessert is quite straightforward. You just have to follow the instructions on the packet. I added food color in my experiment and some of the mixture had condensed milk. This is the first batch I made.
I unmolded the mixture unto a pan and covered a colored yet transparent gelatin mixture over it. To give emphasis on the individual designs, my aunt and I had the idea of putting them on individual containers. Coincidentally, it was my other aunt’s turn to sponsor snacks for her prayer group. Thus, one Saturday afternoon, we labored over creating these.
Unlike the first experiment, we poured a milky pink gelatin.
Sorry for the glare in the photo. Anyway, we had an excess mixture that we make into one single gelatin pan for personal consumption.
When my aunt’s classmates had a mini-reunion at home, we made another batch. When we saw the final product we realized they look like votive candles. 😀
I guess it is safe to say that we will have more gelatin experiments in the future. My nephew loves gelatin and it does not matter whether it is in a beautiful mould like the ones we used. I found this on Pinterest:
Source: pin4fun2777.blogspot.com via Yehudit on Pinterest
Gummies are made of gelatin! It is no wonder why kids love SmartyPants, a mutlivitamin for kids that looks like gummies. Parents understand how hard it is to make kids take their vitamins. It is not the case for this multivitamin for kids at smartypants.com. Packaged to look like gummy candies, kids could not refuse to take their vitamins. The vitamins are packed with the essential nutrients necessary for raising healthy and happy children.
Source: themescompany.com via Michele on Pinterest
The fourth photo looks delicious and appealing for me. The contrast in color makes it very attractive. I’m sure your Aunt’s friends appreciated your efforts! 🙂
Nice molders and your gelatins looks like it tasted really really good! 🙂 I love soft candies/gelatins too! Great gelatin experiment! Make more! 🙂
They look good ha, I love eating gelatin too and having them in nice shapes adds to the appeal 🙂 Sulit na yung pinambili mo sa mould, you’ve used it many times na to the delight of those you prepared the snacks/dessert for 🙂
colorful, seguradong mabenta ito sa mga kids.. try preparing this sa kiddie party…:)
wow, they’re cute and look delicious. 🙂
Nice to see that the gelatin turned out so well. Lovely moulds.
Great to see the gelatin turn out so well. Great moulds.
Cool ideas! Just goes to show that creativity is only limited by our imagination. I just might try this as well. Kids will love the different shapes and colors
Oh, they look so good! Kids would love doing this!
I’ll try find one too. This is nice for kids as well as adults. hehehe
These will make for cute and yummy desserts! 😀
I love the gelatin moulder. The gelatin looks yummy.
I love sour gummies but not the gummy bears — they taste awful.
so far naman nun bilihan! haha.. but the idea is so nice! you can also use the moulds for making cup cakes or chocolates or candies or ice pops.. hahahaha lahat na!
For ice pops siguro. They also sell moulds for chocolates. I really do not know the difference. 😀
i wanna have those moulds too!!!! 🙂
I missed my mom’s gelatins. She would make coffee jelly and almond flavored ones. Yum!
Nice experiment. You got cute molds. I like the gelatin on pink and the gelatin like candles 🙂 You gave me some idea to treat my Sunday School students 🙂
I look forward to your blog post about that. 😀
The ones in mini crystal glasses looks so elegant! Pwedeng dessert on a formal dinner!
I love it! The ones with pinky milk color. I want to have a gelatin mould too!
These are so cute!! I bet the kiddo will like this when we have one of our themes dinners. Maybe we can have a Finding Nemo night and serve this for dessert. Hopefully those molds are availble in the metro too and not just in Puerto Prinsesa
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I got these from Cebu. You might find these in baking stores in Metro Manila.
oh wow. those are really cool molds. i wonder if they have that in SM or something.
I hope so since they said , ” We’ve got it all for you!” LOL!
I got them in Cebu, a store near SM. 😀
i like your gelatin, very creative
I like the one with the milky pink gelatin!
Thanks for sharing :your beautiful ideas! i will ask my nephew to buy for me . Can you still remember the store’s ‘name? Do you think i can use it for leche flan? Happy New Year!
I bought the mold in Cebu. The store is called ‘Caro and Marie’.