Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Marcia's Game Time Punch

What an unusual New Year's Day! It was wonderful to start the new year by attending Sunday morning church service, but weird that no college football games were on until Monday. And the Dallas Cowboys' game on Sunday evening is not up for discussion! Let's just say the season is Over for them!
We, however, didn't have the lazy day in front of the fire, just watching college games, that I had originally envisioned. We spent most of Monday driving our oldest son back to his place because he returned to work today. We always enjoy holidays (or any day) when all three sons can be home, and as each of the older two go back to their regular lives, the house seems a little empty and less fun. Our couple of weeks with them was full of Christmas activities, Texas sightseeing, video gaming, board gaming, eating, conversation, laughter and a couple of trips to Starbucks. While Justin was here I made a punch that he really enjoyed. In fact, he asked for the recipe. I wrote it down on a Post-it note for him as we played a game of Balderdash. When I went in to strip the sheets from his bed this morning, I noticed that he had forgotten it and left it on the nightstand during the packing frenzy yesterday morning. So, guess what recipe I'll be sharing?! Here you go, Justin. We miss you.

****Congrats to OSU on their win at the Fiesta Bowl!!!****

Marcia's Game Time Punch

1/2 large can of frozen pineapple juice concentrate
1/2 bottle of Ocean Spray Cran-Pomegranite juice, chilled
1/2 bottle of Sprite, chilled
Scoops of rainbow sherbert, floated on top, when you're ready to serve.

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  1. perfect! I was looking for a new recipe for a punch! it is so fun to serve over the holidays and for parties! I can tell by the ingredients we will like this! Thanks. I am your newest follower..pls follow back if you can.

  2. This reminds me of a punch we used to have when I lived in Canada - the rainbow sherbet always made it look and taste so good! Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe with the Hearth and Soul hop.

  3. Thanks for sharing this with My Meatless Mondays. This sounds like a delicious punch with the cran-pomegranate juice.

  4. That sounds really good!

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