"Stir and Season" Saturday


"Stir and Season" Saturday

A little something different....what did you do with your turkey leftovers???? We made hot turkey sandwiches with gravy on Friday. I have a few sides left but almost all of it is gone. Can you believe that we can officially put up the tree...play the Christmas music...hang the wreath....wear the Christmas sweatshirt and bake the thumbprint cookies???? I can't!

This is a simple punch...but it is very yummy and I never have any leftover..great if kids are coming!

Christmas punch

1 gallon of peppermint ice cream

1 bottle of sprite

1/2 cup of cream

1 quart eggnog

1 liter bottle club soda, chilled

Mix it all together; Serve in a punch bowl; Enjoy!

I put dollops of whip cream on top of the punch with crushed peppermints and then hang candy canes over the side of the punch!

I have even made this for a class Christmas party!


46 comments:

Kim said...

That punch sounds absolutely delicious. We were talking about some different stuff we could make at Christmas to shake things up a bit...I think this will have to be added to the list! Peppermint ice cream has always been a favorite of mine...I was so excited when Publix started carrying it year round.

Liz said...

That definitely sounds yummy!

Half Gaelic, Half Garlic! said...

This punch sounds really good...epecially for the kiddos when the adults might be endulging in some eggnog!!

I might do this one on Christmas Eve for the reading of Twas the Night Before Christmas....that is a tradition in our house!!

Hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving!!

Lisa

Rae said...

I love peppermint ice cream! Sounds fabulous!!!

Chris said...

That sounds so good. My big Christmas with all my family is Christmas Eve, so I'm going to make that. I think the kids will love that. Thanks

Hugs,
Chris

April said...

Sounds SO good...especially for this time of year!

Christy said...

This sounds so good! I will file this recipe away:)

Jo said...

Oh my that sounds yummy! I'm going to make that for my cookie exchange!

Thanks for sharing,
Jo

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Looks good, thanks for the recipe!

Sheila

nikkicrumpet said...

YUMMO....just what I need more calories!!!

Kelly said...

I'm getting ready to start decorating for Christmas. I just can't do it before Thanksgiving. This punch sounds soooo good.

Busy Bee Suz said...

This sounds wonderful. Thanks for sharing.
We are almost out of leftovers.....I could eat it for a few more days though. I love Thanksgiving leftovers.
take care,
Suz

Carrie said...

That sounds good and different!

Keeper of the Skies Wife said...

Oh dear Lord....is this heaven in a glass or what!!?!!!

I'm definitely making this punch this year!!!

Thanks for sharing this!

Sunny said...

That looks like such yummy goodness right there! It's like "cozy" in a glass (not a blanket - am I weird for thinking that?).

Darlene said...

That sounds FABULOUS, and it is so pretty too!!! YUMMY!

We have been having leftovers and are having turkey enchiladas today. My dad will make them from bits and pieces of about 3 recipes....they are always delicious!

Sit A Spell said...

I love all in the recipe...wondering how it all blends...hmmm, might just have to try it! : )

Turkey sandwiches today along with homemade chicken noodle soup from the left over chicken.

Merry Christmas!

Jboo said...

Wow -- that sounds delish!! Will have to keep that in mind! Hope you have a great weekend!

Janet

Kim@Seasons of My Heart said...

Are you kidding girlfriend!!!

YUM-OH!!! I'll be trying this one for sure.

Happy Peppermint Ice Cream drinkin'!!!

Noelle Sullivan said...

This is the first time I've visited your blog, and I just have to say I love it, especially the "beachy" look you've given it. It looks like my kitchen!

AJ said...

That sounds so yummy! I made the Buckeye bars Thursday. Mmmm Mmmm good:) Hope you had a great Turkey Day!

Heather of the EO said...

Oh my yum. I have to try this!

Jenni @ nest to keep said...

Oh, yummy! That sounds like the most amazing punch, and I can't wait to try it out, say, when we decorate the Christmas tree! The kids will love it! Thanks for the recipe. :) I hope you had a great Thanksgiving!

Runner Mom said...

Yummy! Thanks so much for the recipe!

Smelling Coffee said...

Looks and sounds delicious - and full of my favorite Christmas flavors - Egg Nog and Peppermint Ice Cream. :-)

Our Complete Family said...

Oooh yummo! I haven't tried anything like this before. I have a hot adult drink that we make for Cmas but not for the kiddos so this is PERFECT!
Thanks sweetie~ Les

Montee said...

That looks too pretty to drink!

The Blonde Duck said...

Oh my God hot turkey sandwiches....brilliant...

Debra said...

Thank you for stopping by my blog and your sweet comments. I have seen your name on a blog or two...so we must travel in the same circles in blog land!

So nice to meet you ~ we have much in common you and I ~ first, our name...second, your love of Starbucks (caramel latte...yes), and the smell of clean laundry (I love that you wrote that you love that about yourself!!!)

Now about this post ... awesome! I love peppermint and this sounds delicious!

Blessings to you!

michele said...

What a yummy punch!! And great picture to accompany it!

luvmy4sons said...

I am sorry for your loss. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I am glad that the Lord ministered to you.

He And Me + 3 said...

Sounds so yummy! I will have to try it!

Lorie said...

YUM!!!

Bobbi Jo said...

Adding this to my menu sounds & looks so yummy! Hugs, Bobbi Jo

Blissful Nikki said...

ohhh!! This sounds really good! I will have to give it a try for sure!!

Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

Ummmm...sounds so yummy! Thanks for posting.
Diane

Daphine said...

Sounds DELICIOUS! Love the pictures of your kiddos on your sidebar. They are so cute!

Mimi Sue said...

I love creamy punch and this one sounds delish. I'm gonna try it for Christmas Eve. Mimi

AndreaLeigh said...

That sounds yummy! We'll have to try it out!

Life with Kaishon said...

Holy Cannoli this sounds DELIGHTFUL! I can't wait to make it! I am getting everything at the grocery store when I go later this afternoon! Thank you!

Ashley Griffin said...

that sounds so good. glad you had a great thanksgiving!

Jan said...

Seriously sounds delicious. I love me some peppermint this time of year. Can't wait to try this.

Ruby Red Slippers said...

YUM! Sounds awesome!!

Chris said...

Oh my! I just copied that one down! It sounds amazing! P.S. I LOVED your coasters. I just went out this weekend and bought materials to make some.

AndreaLeigh said...

Oh man, that looks soooooo good! yummy!

Jen - Balancing beauty and bedlam said...

Yes, a whole group of bloggers will be feasting on this one. :)