|Bread (Food in Focus)|
|by Jenny Ridgwell|
Examines bread as food around the world, discussing how it is made, its history, ingredients, different flours, and health aspects.
Results 1 - 10 of 157 for easy punch
Mix lemonade, orange ... blend (may be made ahead and frozen). Pour into punch bowl and add ginger ale. Add lime sherbet (softened) and stir. Delicious!
Mix all ingredients except ginger ale. When ready to serve, add 1 quart of ginger ale.
In large bowl ... whisk gently fold egg whites and cream into yolk mixture until blended. To serve: Sprinkle nutmeg on top and then ladle into punch cups.
Pour fruit punch into large container ... enhanced when mixed with the cold punch. Chilling the Sprite will help, but stir slowly or punch will fizz over.)
Stir together gently in punch bowl just before serving. Add lots of ice cubes and enjoy. Makes about 1 gallon or 32 (4 ounce) servings.
Mix well soft ... water. Pour into punch bowl. Add sherbet ... for color. Green - lime Yellow - lemonade or orange Red - raspberry, cherry or strawberry.
Freeze pineapple juice. Combine soda and frozen pineapple juice. This will serve approximately 12 persons.
Mix first 5 ingredients in 5-quart ice cream pail. Freeze. Remove from freezer 2-3 hours before serving. Add ginger ale to serve. Makes 50 (5 oz.) ...
Combine all ingredients except the 7-Up. Just before serving, add 7-Up. Makes about 40 cups. Pour over crushed ice. Use different flavor Kool-Aid for ...
Mix Kool Aid, ... Aid for green punch. For extra ... sherbet. Use raspberry with red punch; pineapple, lemon for green punch. (Pour punch over sherbet.)
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