Carribean sunset jell-o
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Carribean sunset jell-o
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:46:39 AM. Recipe ID 7039. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Carribean sunset jell-o
 Categories: Alcohol, Beverages
      Yield: 1 Servings
      1 lg Box Orange Jell-O; or two
           -small boxes
      2 c  Boiling Water
  1 1/2 c  Cold Water
    1/2 c  Rum; * see note
      1 sm Box Orange Jell-O; or Cherry
      1 c  Boiling Water
      1 c  Cold Water; (package
  * (I used "Cockspur" dark rum from Barbados, West Indies.)
  Little "souffle cups" or Dixie Cups, Bathroom-size
  Make up the Orange Jell-O, with the rum, in the usual way. (Dissolve
  the Jell-O thoroughly in the boiling water, etc.)
  Distribute into individual servings.
  Make up the Orange Jell-O without the rum, in the usual way.
  Distribute into individual servings.
  Let all of the Orange Jell-O set for about 1-2 hours. (It helps if
  you mark them specially, or put them in different cups, or on
  different trays or different refrigerators or something. I put an X
  on the non-alc. cups.)
  Mix up the Cherry Jell-O. Let it cool, about half an hour or so.
  Make sure the Orange Jell-O (both with and without rum) have set
  enough not to slosh when you wiggle them. Pull a tray out of the
  fridge (I assume you set the cups on trays!) and carefully pour a
  little bit of Cherry Jell-O on top of each serving. Just enough to
  cover them. Then put them back in the fridge, and do the next batch.
  (Do the rum ones first, then the nonalcoholic.)
  If you do it just right, there should be enough cherry Jell-O to make
  a little red layer on top of each orange Jell-O cup. If you
  miscalculate, well, you'll probably have a bunch of regular ordinary
  orange Jell-O, and the kids will still be happy with them. (Plus
  they'll be easier to tell apart.)
  Put it all back in the fridge, let 'em set, serve the next day.
  Voila, you have regular and unleaded (atomic and steam-powered?)
  versions, and (apart from the rum flavor) they'll be similar.
  Everyone will be happy. That's the theory, anyway...
  Good luck! I'm taking them to a club meeting tonight, we'll see if it
  goes over well..
  NOTES : This makes a large amount of alcoholic Jell-O, and a small
  amount of matching non-alcoholic Jell-O Recipe 

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Recipe ID 7039 (Apr 03, 2005)

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