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Daquiri Mold (for adults)

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Ingredients

20-ounce can crushed pineapple, juice reserved
Water
3 3-ounce packages lime gelatin
12-ounce can frozen lemonade concentrate
1/4 cup light rum
1 cup Miracle Whip salad dressing
2 cups frozen whipped topping, thawed
4 bananas, sliced

Instructions

Open pineapple and measure liquid, adding water to measure 2-3/4 cups. Place gelatin and liquid in a large, microwave-safe glass bowl. Stir to dissolve. Microwave on high 3-5 minutes to boiling. Add lemonade concentrate and rum. With electric mixer, blend in Miracle Whip. Chill until thickened, then fold in pineapple, whipped topping and bananas. Spoon into a 12-cup mold. Chill until firm. Serves 8.

Kay Davis, Milan




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