Walking Dead gelatin molds may be of questionable taste

Nov 10 // Scarecroodle

More than just "finger" food

If the words, "dismembered zombie body parts", makes your mouth water then Diamond Select Toys has just the thing for you with their Walking Dead gelatin/ice cube/chocolate silicone molds.

There are two molds currently available to fans of this zombie franchise. The first is a large zombie head which measures nine by five inches and is intended more as a gelatin mold although I imagine it works for other substances as well. The second mold can generate many smaller items including arms, legs, heads, a torso, and the walking dead logo. Its size adds a good deal of versatility since it'd be good for anything from making ice cubes to small candies (chocolate is recommended) to little gelatin jigglers.

Both molds can be pre-ordered for around US$14 and are slated for an April. They'll likely make the perfect treat for anybody into ghoulish, gruesome goodies.

[ Pre-order the assorted parts mold at Entertainment Earth | Big Bad Toy Store ]

[ Pre-order the gelatin head mold at Entertainment Earth | Big Bad Toy Store ]

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