Longest ice cream sundae: Lake Forest sets world record (PICS & VIDEO)
LAKE FOREST, CA, USA -- About 400 Serrano Intermediate students, friends and community members on Sunday built a 222 feet and 9 3/4 inches ice cream sundae using scooped vanilla ice cream donated by Dreyer's and plastic rain gutters which Home Depot donated- setting the new world record for the Longest ice cream sundae,
according to the World Record Academy: www.worldrecordacademy.com/. Photo: Folks construct the longest ice cream sundae ever built in plastic rain gutters, which Home Depot donated, Sunday, at Serrano Intermediate School in Lake Forest. Their record breaker was 222 feet and 9 3/4 inches. Photo: Armando Brown (enlarge photo)
The Guinness world record for the longest ice cream dessert was a sundae measuring 46.99 m (154 ft 2 in) which was prepared by Turner Community Library and Turner Recreation Commission (both USA), at Turner Community Library, in Wyandotte, Kansas, USA.
Guinness World Records also recognized the world record for the longest chain of people licking ice cream, achieved by 2,728 participants at an event organised by Morielli's of Portstewart Ltd. (UK) in Portstewart, Northern Ireland, UK.
The creamy extravaganza was heaped with toppings including chocolate, caramel, sprinkles, whipped cream, cherries, brownies, pound cake, gummies, M&M's, Oreos, vanilla wafers, teddy bear cookies and marshmallows, The Orange County reports.
The sundae challenge was part of the school's "Spring Fling" event to raise money for supplies, student services, equipment, books and more library hours. It was put on by the school's Student Teacher Parent Organization.