Check out this article about one woman's Jello creation. After reading the recipes listed in Bad Grandma’s Recipe Hell recipes: Jell-O: A really fucking fun food, Judith G. was inspired to show off her gelatin chops to Bad Grandma. She made something beautiful: a tasty dessert... but also a chance to bridge the understanding between human and animal. Be sure to read to the end, dear.
Gram, I did my best...I used Margaritaville brand Strawberry Daiquiri flavored gelatin and no strawberries. With the extra that wouldn't fit in the molds I added Stoli Strawberry Vodka and got 3 Jello-Shots!
This article is about one woman's experience in the great world of Jell-O making. After reading the recipes listed in Bad Grandma’s Recipe Hell recipes: Jell-O: A really fucking fun food, Kristi H. was inspired to share her culinary Jell-O journey and earned herself a free Bad Grandma dishtowel in the process.
Yes, folks, International Jell-O week starts soon. In 2022, the celebrations run from February 13 to February 19, 2022. So that you can go all out this year, Bad Grandma has dug out not one but three gelatin-based recipes from her 1971 Betty Crocker Recipe Card Collection® so that you can add some wiggle and jiggle to your meals.
This article is about one Bad Grandma fan's experience with making one of Bad Grandma’s Recipe Hell recipes: The Pink Green Goddess Soup. Read on to learn how Steph made this dish AND earned herself a free dishtowel.
Ha ha ha ha what is this? This photo is just a guess of what Pink Green Goddess soup looks like because the original cookbook has no picture with it. Bad Grandma has no freaking idea what this stuff looks like or what could have led the cookbook authors to think this was an appetizing name for a bowl of soup.