Edible Art: Roll for Initiative! It’s a Gelatinous Cube
Roll for initiative. Darn. It looks like the only way out of this dungeon is to fill it with gelatinous cubes.
Gelatinous Cube Jello Shots
9×13 baking pan
5 3-oz boxes Lime Jell-O
1 ½ cups condensed, sweetened milk, divided
2 ½ cups vodka
5 cups boiling water
1 cup cold water
3 cups tiny toy bones or plastic miniature adventurers
Coat your 9×13 baking pan with the Spray of Releasing so you can free your finished gelatinous cubes to eat future dungeon crawlers.
Have your mage combine the vodka, cold water, and sweetened, condensed milk into a noxious potion.
Let your ranger kindle a fire. Use it to boil 5 cups of water.
Mix 1 cup of boiling water with 1 3-oz box of lime Jell-O. Keep mixing until all the powder is dissolved.
Stir in one cup of the cold vodka mix plus a handful of tiny toy bones.
Pour the mix into the greased pan, then put the pan into a cold cave for 20 minutes to solidify.
In 20 minutes, add another layer. Keep repeating the process until you run out of Jell-O and bones.
Let the pan chill for 2 more hours to finish solidifying.
Have your fighter cut the giant wobbly monster into 2×2 inch square cubes. It’s okay if random body parts stick out. That just adds to the realism.
Instruct the entire party to eat a miniaturized gelatinous cube in order to feed off it’s strength. You’ll need it as soon as the thief opens that ominous door.
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