|Really Simple Party Cakes|
|by Evelyn Howe Fryatt|
Shows how to transform a basic sponge cake into a centrepiece for any party spread, using frosting, icing, candy and other decorative goodies.
Results 11 - 20 of 34 for limeade
Double Whammy for sure, but delicious.
Beat Eagle Brand ... Whip. Stir in limeade (work fast), pour ... different pie. It is ready to eat as soon as finished or chill for a few hours or overnight.
Pour limeade into punch bowl. ... sherbet. Pour in vodka, stirring punch as it is being added. Add ice cubes and punch is ready to be served. Serves 30 people.
Mix concentrate with water in large pitcher. Add ginger ale and lime slices just before serving. 8 servings.
Mix liquid ingredients together; pour into pie crusts. Keep frozen until ready to use. Makes 2 pies. Serve with a little Cool Whip on top and garnish ...
Thaw frozen juice. Pour juice into a bowl. Add condensed milk. Gently stir in whipped topping. Pour into pie crust and chill in refrigerator until ...
Combine all ingredients, stir well. Chill several hours. Serve over crushed ice. Makes about 3 quarts.
Blend all ingredients together and let stand 2 or 3 hours before using.
Beat sweetened condensed milk and frozen concentrate. Fold in Cool Whip. Pour into pie shell. Freeze 1-2 hours. Serve frozen.
Thaw frozen juice. Pour juice into a bowl. Add condensed milk (not evaporated). Gently stir in Cool Whip. Add green food coloring and stir. Pour into ...
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