|200 BBQ Recipes: Hamlyn All Color|
|by Louise Pickford|
Everyone loves barbecues - the sun, the smells, the smiles - however most of us would admit that we have a limited range when it comes to produci...
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Results 1 - 10 of 12 for pink colored punch
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Mix dry ingredients ... to get desired color. Store in ... and put in punch bowl. Add lemon ... Other flavors of Kool Aid can be substituted if desired.
Melt sugar in ... blocks of concentrated punch. Take frozen ... freezer about an hour before use. It works better if it is not frozen solid at time of use.
Mix evaporated milk, water, peppermint candies and sugar in large saucepan. Stir over medium heat until candy is dissolved. Stir in food coloring. ...
Make an ice ... freeze. To make punch, prepare the frozen pink lemonade as directed ... gently stir. Just before serving, add the ginger ale and the ice ring.
Mix well and bring to boil in very large container. Add to boiling mixture: Stir well. Add: Mix well. Put into gallon jar. Set aside at least two ...
Mix all ingredients together in a punch bowl. Makes 35 punch cup servings.
Mix everything except gingerale. Add red cake coloring for more color; add gingerale just before serving. Yields: 100 (4 ounce) servings.
If unsweetened Kool-Aid, ... Pour mix in punch bowl and then ... sherbet on top. To change colors, change gelatin, Kool-Aid, and sherbet to desired color.
Mix orange juice with 3 cans water. Stir in remaining juices. For a brighter color, tint with red food color. Chill. Makes about 3 quarts.
Combine all ingredients ... serving. If more color is desired, add ... food coloring. This mixture may be made ahead of time and frozen. Serves 35 to 40.
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