Watermelon Ice

3 cups watermelon juice 1/3 cup granulated sugar 1//4 cup lime juice In blender, process chunks of seeded watermelon until liquefied. In large shallow pan, stir all ingredients together until sugar is dissolved, place pan in freezer. Stir watermelon mixture every 20 minutes until frozen, about 2 hours. Cover; store in freezer. To serve, break … Continue reading Watermelon Ice

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Egg Nog

1 egg per person, egg yolks beaten 1 Tbsp sugar per egg 2 Tbsp whiskey per egg. Beat well. Fold in egg WHITES beaten. Whipping cream may be added BEFORE egg WHITES, or may be whipped and placed in cups of nog. Sprinkle with nutmeg.

Hot Cranberry Tea

Mrs. Fay B. Futch, PM Farmerville, La. #207 OES 2 cups cranberry juice 2 1/2 cups pineapple juice 1/3 cup water 1/3 cup brown sugar, packed 2 tsp. whole cloves 2 tsp allspice 3 (2") cinnamon sticks, broken into pieces

Spiced Punch

Mrs. Lois Spencer, PM Farmerville, La. #207 OES 1 quart water, brought to boil in saucepan which may be covered. Heat remainder of the gallon of water in a separate pan. In a cheesecloth, tie together: 6 cinnamon sticks 2 Tbsp whole cloves (or plan to strain punch before serving). Add 1 1/2 cups sugar … Continue reading Spiced Punch

Sherbet Punch

Mrs. Josephine H. Lee, PM Farmerville, La. #207 OES 2 large cans frozen lemonade 1 can water to each can lemonade 1 medium size can pineapple juice 4 packages Kool-Aid Lime 1/2 gallon pineapple sherbet Sugar to taste The Lime Kool-Aid may be substituted for any other flavor, and pineapple sherbet may be, also. Makes … Continue reading Sherbet Punch

Ice Cream Punch

Mrs. Sadie P. Farrar, Grd. Cond. La. O.E.S. Grand Chapter 1 square block of Vanilla Ice Cream (This should be put in punch bowl in advance, so may be melted.) 2-3 bottles Grape Ginger Ale , pour over this. Stir the ice cream with the ginger ale and add to as needed.

Red Punch

Mrs. Helen Jean Rainwater, PM Farmerville, La. #207 OES Sec. 1 large can frozen pink lemonade Hawaiian Punch base, about 1/4 bottle 1-2 packages Kool-Aid, as strawberry or cherry 1 package Jello, as raspberry (or change up, as always using different jello from Kool-Aid) Water to make 1 gallon sugar to taste