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Halloween Scary Goulade Drink

This glove floats in a pitcher of lemonade, giving it a ghoulish look. Perfect for Halloween


1 pkg Blue jelly powder
8 c Lemonade
1 1/2 cup Boiling Water
1 Medium size (new) latex medical glove


Dissolve powder in 1-1/2 cups boiling water; let cool slightly.

Meanwhile, thoroughly wash and dry inside and outside of new, medium-size stretch latex (medical) glove. Spray outside with baking spray; turn inside out.

With 6-inch or longer skewer, puncture glove just below 1 side of opening; push skewer through to pierce opposite side, leaving wide opening. Suspend in tall pitcher.

Carefully pour gelatin mixture into hanging glove. Close top with twist tie between gelatin mixture and skewer. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours or until firmly set. [Glove can be refrigerated for up to 48 hours.]

Place glove flat in 12-cup punch bowl. Using scissors and bring careful not to puncture gelatin, cut glove open along palm and each finger; gently turn over and remove glove. Pour lemonade over gelatin hand. Makes 8 cups or 12 servings.

8 c Lemonade or "Goulade" really packs a punch when you float a frightening ghostly blue hand in your serving bowl.

If you want a more scary effect, use red jelly powder to make a blood-red hand and tint the lemonade green.

If you want, just let the gelatin set in a flat container, then cube it and serve with lemonade in dishes.



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