Thursday, January 28, 2010

Knox Blox Animal Science, Oh Yeah..........

Remember Grandma Dune Treats?

Or, you can do this: I can't
guarantee how long it would
take to get the junk out of your hair.

Knox Blox

Use the link above and look under "Basics"

4 envelopes Know unflavored gelatin
3 pkg (3 oz. each) flavored gelatin
4 cups of boiling water.

In a medium bowl, combine Knox unflavored gelatin and fruit-flavored gelatin, add boiling water and stir until gelatin is completely dissolved (this takes a little bit of practice) Pour into 8 or 9 inch baking pan. Chill until firm. (3 hours?) to serve, cut into 1-inch squares. makes about 6 dozen blox. You can use sugar-free or top with tons of whipping cream. The Titans might like that.
Fruit Juice KNOX® BLOX:
Omit fruit flavor jelly powder and water. Sprinkle unflavored gelatin over 1 cup cold fruit juice; let stand 1 minute. Add 3 cups fruit juice, heated to boiling and stir until gelatin is completely dissolved, about 5 minutes. Sweeten to taste, then chill and serve as above.

This is from the Knox Web Site and you know what? My added cha
nge here is less water than it asks. I don't know why I like them even chewier. I bet there's a web site to add cream to it. Wouldn't that be the best and fattening. Of course I WOULD think of that kind of recipe. This one can actually help you lose weight, help arthritis, and make your hair and nails grow. This is not "SNAKE OIL" I'm telling the truth and I don't work for Knox.

BTW.... Do you want the recipe for play dough, too, Kiely? I just thought maybe you might want something else to do at college.

Actually, I thought of your project. Please read information on the link below. Animal Science plus+Roosters are involved, and that's what I had injected into my knee. Brand name Synvisc-one.
Another link is: Rooster

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