|Blender: Krups Cookbook|
|by Francoise Nicol|
Compact, versatile, and easy to use, the blender is an indispensable tool for any modern kitchen.
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Steep tea bags ... Then chill. In blender process tea mixture ... at a time and crush. Pour in glasses and garnish with additional watermelon if desired.
Combine sugar and ... before serving. Add 1 1/2 quarts ginger ale to each pail in a punch bowl. Serve as a slush. Keeps well in freezer for a long time.
Mix all of ... Place 1/2 of slush in punch bowl ... but proportions need not be exact especially if using a citrus soda. Makes 1 1/2 gallons, 30 servings.
Boil water with sugar to dissolve. Cool. Add rest of ingredients mixing well. Store in covered container in refrigerator. Serve in punch cups with ...
Serves: 24 to 36. Mix until dissolved: Add and mix well: Blend in: Freeze at least 24 hours or up to 6 months. Thaw at room temperature 3 hours or ...
Freeze the above. To serve: 1/2 slush, 1/2 7-Up or Sprite.
Boil sugar and ... serve, place frozen mixture into punch bowl, allow to stand 10-15 minutes. Pour ginger ale over it, blending until "slush" is formed.
Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl. Pour in a plastic container and freeze. Remove from freezer prior to serving; add Sprite or 7-UP. ...
In a blender container or food ... a storage container and freeze; let stand for 10 minutes to thaw before serving. Makes 4 (9oz) servings 112 cal. each
Brew tea as ... water; chill. In blender, combine tea, ... cubes, processing until ice is melted. Garnish with fresh fruit. Serve immediately. Serves 4.
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