|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.
Boil water with sugar to dissolve. Cool. Add rest of ingredients mixing well. Store in covered container in refrigerator. Serve in punch cups with ...
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.
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 ...
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.
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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