|A Passion for Desserts|
|by Emily Luchetti|
Beloved pastry chef and best-selling author Emily Luchetti lives by the simplest truth: There's always room for dessert.
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Put ingredients in blender. Blend until smooth and slushy.
Mix all the ... out 1 to 2 hours before ready to serve. When it comes out, it should be in the form of icy slush. Great in hot weather. No need for ice.
Mix all the ... or 1 hour before ready. Depends on temperature. When ready to eat it will be in an icy slush form. Great for hot weather. No ice needed.
Mix above ingredients in large container. Freeze overnight. Stir occasionally. When mixture is frozen slushy and ready to serve add 1 to 2 quarts ...
(Use the color Kool-Aid you wish your ... of chilled ginger ale. (Take out of freezer and let sit for 30 minutes to an hour to thaw slightly.) Serves 25.
Put in a plastic ice cream bucket, add enough water to make 1 gallon. Serve in tall glasses with Sprite, 7-Up or a sour.
Mix all ingredients in a very large bowl, stir completely. Pour into freezer containers leaving room at the top for expansion. Freeze. When ready to ...
Mix all ingredients except 7-Up and freeze. Take out and add 7-Up.
Mix all together. If you omit the vodka, add another 1/2 cup water. Freeze. When ready to serve, scoop into glasses and fill with 7-Up. Kids love the ...
Mix above ingredients and put into a 5 quart ice cream pail. Fill to the line with water. Stir and freeze. Take out of freezer at least 3 hours ...
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