Introduction: Pirate Delight Jell-O

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You’ll need:
Some Fat Free Vanilla wafers (20 cookies)
A couple 8oz single serving containers
2 cups water and a way to get it boiling (16 oz water)
2 small boxes island pineapple Jell-O (2-4oz boxes or 1-6oz box)

At the Doc Mangus compound we like things intense so when we make Pirate Delight Jell-O we use half the water called for in the box direction. In this example we will use 2 cups, (16oz), water and 2 small, (2-4oz), boxes gelatin.

Step 1:

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Bring the water to a boil then add both boxes of gelatin. Stir until the gelatin is completely dissolved.

Step 2:

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Carefully transfer the hot mixture to your serving containers. We have a lot of these 8 ounce jars laying about so we used them.
Add eight  to ten vanilla wafers to each serving. The wafers will float at first then sink below the surface.

Tip: We like Orange, Peach, and Island Pineapple flavors the best. Island Pineapple kinda tastes like pineapple upside down cake in this recipe. Adult Pirates will be delighted to substitute 1/2 cup rum for 1/2 cup of the water.

Comments

scoochmaroo (author)2012-07-12

This would be a great addition to the Picnic Challenge!

mygibzone (author)2012-07-10

This is very unique! What is the texture of the wafers afterwards to they stay crunchy or become mushy? Very interesting...may have to try. :)

Penolopy Bulnick (author)2012-07-09

Crazy! When I first looked at that last image, I wondered where the fruit came from, but they were wafers! Very interesting dessert!

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