Sea Foam Gelatin
2 large packages of Berry Blue Gelatin
Tropical Island Slush
5 Cups water
Bring the water and sugar to a boil. Remove from heat and cool. Add joices and bananas. Freeze. Take out of the freezer two hours before serving. Serve with two 2-liter bottles of chilled lemon-lime soda.
Loaf of French bread, sliced meats, sliced
cheeses, sliced fresh vegetables, Italian dressing
80 Foot Banana Split
The last few days here in Alabama have been in the 90's. Ice cream is sounding pretty good right now, so I thought I would include this recipe I found.
Take 160 boys, 80 feet of rainguttering, 17 gallons of ice cream, 30 bananas, 5 cans of whipped topping, and 5 large jars of marachino cherries and what do you have? An 80 foot banana split! Here's how you do it. Fasten together 80 feet of raingutter with duct tape. Line the inside of the raingutter with one length of aluminum foil. Fill with sliced bananas, dozens of scoops of ice cream, whipped topping and cherries. (Be sure to save some of the ice cream and topping for the leaders to enjoy later.) Furnish each boy with a plastic spoon, and caution them to turn their billed caps backwards. Line the boys up on either side of the ice cream filled raingutter with instructions that spoons are to be held high in the air until the signal "GO". When you're ready give the signal and stand back! The ice cream will disappear in minutes. This is an exiting after lunch treat. Don't forget to have some type of water supply handy so the ice cream covered boys can wash up.
Now that you have found the raingutter for the sundae, you can go to the Cub How-To Book to set up a regatta.
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