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23 December 2017

Twelve Days Of Christmas...Day Eleven...Christmas Punch


I hope you haven't made your last trip to the grocery store, my friends. If you have, you may want to brave those lines one more time to pick up the ingredients to make this delicious punch. It is worth it. Promise! Here is the recipe, but go ahead and double it. You'll thank yourself later. : ) The original recipe can be found here.


Christmas Punch

Ingredients:
  1. Three cups chilled pineapple juice
  2. Three cups chilled cranberry juice cocktail
  3. Four cups ginger ale
  4. Cranberries and lime slices
Directions:
  1. Pour everything except cranberries and lime slices into a pitcher or punchbowl.
  2. Add ice, cranberries and lime slices.
  3. Stir gently.
  4. Enjoy!
My kind of recipe. : )

This is a picture of our Christmas morning table last year, with the Christmas Punch in my mom's beautiful glass pitcher.

On this eve of Christmas Eve, we are burning a new scent to me...Alpine Martini.
Yankee describes it as a scent of mountain berries with a sprig of pine.
Not entirely sure what that means, but it sounds good!

Have a wonderful day, my friends!
See you here tomorrow for one last post before Christmas!!

Please visit Danielle and my Madison too!

13 comments:

  1. The punch sounds awesome. I braved the grocery store yesterday.. yikes. I even ran to Walmart for my favorite wax melts and the parking lot was already full by 8am. last years breakfast table looks great.. I can't decide what I am looking forward to more, breakfast or dinner. This Christmas we're doing things a little different and relaxed. With breakfast we're having bloody Mary's ~ since we don't have to leave the house. : )
    If I don't see you before, Have a wonderful Christmas.

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  2. Oh how yum is that. We are heading out to Wallyworld soon...braving it, smiles. I hope you and yours have a very Merry Christmas, Billie Jo.

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  3. I love punch!!! Sounds delicious.

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  4. Certainly sounds delicious. Love the sound of today's candle.

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  5. Buying those ingredients today. Sounds yummy!

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  6. Hi Billie Jo~

    Your breakfast table looks so festive and pretty - why is it that things taste so much better served from a beautiful pitcher?! Your punch recipe sounds delicious, and would certainly go with breakfast, lunch or dinner...yum!

    Your candles have been fun, I need to order them next year for sure. I have been burning the Yankee Homemade Cookie candle, and it smells so good!

    It's almost here!

    Hugs and Love,
    Barb

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  7. That punch sounds refreshing! Bookmarking the recipe for next year!

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  8. Ok I can run to the store. I was actually just there and got all I needed on the list...well, let me clarify, I got all that was on my list but forgot to write down a few items and will be heading back so lucky me I can pick up the punch ingredients!
    Good call Billie Jo!!
    Merry Christmas to you and your wonderful family!!!
    Sending warm hugs
    Saimi

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  9. I can taste it from here! We have something very similar, (just add orange in addition to the rest and they are twinning)!

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  10. Yum! This punch sounds delicious! And so festive!!! Love it! ♥

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  11. I am behind in reading and commenting, but hope to catch up soon. The punch recipe sounds so good....I will keep it and make it soon. We had dinner at our oldest daughters house last night, and brought home leftovers, that will be our dinner tonight! Happy Christmas Eve!

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Billie Jo

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