Thursday, December 13, 2007

Holiday Par-tay Recipe

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If you are one of my friends, have attended MOMS group with me...or just know me well, you know how much I love coffee. And especially coffee punch. I can't remember who all started this recipe, but it is great in that it can be adjusted in so many ways - flavored coffee, decaf coffee, sugar substitute, etc...depends on your current diet or lack of caring thereof. :)

Karla at Looking Towards Heaven is hosting a Holiday Par-Tay recipe exchange, so this is my little contribution to it. I am hoping somewhere at one of the holiday parties we attend that it will be present. Or I may have to make some myself!

Coffee Punch

Ingredients:

1 Pot of coffee (decaf, fully caff, half caf, flavored...you get the point)
1 cup sugar (or sugar substitute)
1/2 gallon of Breyers vanilla ice cream, softened
1 tub Cool Whip, softened
1 quart of milk (skim or otherwise)

Directions:

Make the coffee and mix in sugar and milk. I then mix the ice cream and cool whip together and leave them in the fridge so they are liquid and mix them in with the coffee mix when I am ready to serve the punch. You can otherwise mix the ice cream and cool whip together and then freeze it in a lovely mold and add it to the coffee when you serve it so that it keeps the punch cooler. This is great!

4 comments:

  1. I'm a coffee lover myself and I've NEVER heard of coffee punch! I've got to try it.

    Thanks for sharing the recipe...and your love of coffee.

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  2. I too have never heard of coffee punch, but am a coffee lover! I will definately be trying this one! (Even if it's at home...all by myself) :D

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  3. oh WOW! this sounds amazing!!

    I have a feeling it will be the death of my diet...

    Thanks for joining in the fun!

    Blessings,
    Karla

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  4. hey.... it's my coffee punch recipe that i got from Nan Sharpes :)
    and it continues to make the rounds!!!! The first time I had it was at Leanne Trainums (notice the last name) bridal shower!
    I'd say it's been around a while! Always a good recipe to share!!!
    Especially for those of us who love coffee (well, when it doesn't give me heartburn anyways...)
    Love ya!

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