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|by Donna Hay|
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Mix and chill. Serves 37 cups. NOTE TO PUBLIC: This is a soft drink sold in North Carolina only. This is not a wine.
Heat Cheerwine, butter and ... over powdered sugar and blend until smooth. Stir in almond extract. Mix in chopped nuts. Cool slightly. Spread over cake.
Put eggs and ... evaporated milk. Chill. Add cheerwine and put mixture ... ice cream freezer container. Add milk to bring mixture to fill line and freeze.
Put eggs and ... evaporated milk. Chill; add Cheerwine. Put mixture into 4-quart ice cream freezer container and ... milk to bring mixture to fill line.
At time of serving, mix cheerwine and pineapple juice. Add ginger ale and raspberry sherbet as desired. Makes 50 (4 oz.) servings.
Combine Cheerwine and juice. Freeze ... serving, pop out of the mold. Put in a punch bowl and pour ginger ale over to melt. Needs no ice. Serves 16 to 24.
Mix together. Pour into gallon plastic milk jugs. Freeze. Thaw out until slushy. Serve as a slushy punch. Makes 36 cups. Great for showers.
Chill and mix together just before serving. Makes 37 cups.
Pour desired amount of Cheerwine over ice cream.
Put Cheerwine into freezer first. Add other ingredients. Start cranking. Wow - nothing better on a hot summer evening.
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