Tag: punch

How to Brighten Up Your Summer Party Punch

by in How-to, View All Posts, August 14th, 2014

Here’s a fun (and probably healthier) way to use mini doughnut molds. To get through these dog days of August, make pretty individual ice rings to cool down and brighten up glasses of punch at summer parties. Read more

50 Punch Recipes — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, Drinks, May 11th, 2014

50 Punch Recipes from Food Network Magazine - Pin of the WeekBig-batch drink recipes are great for entertaining — especially as the weather gets warmer. This week’s Most Popular Pin(s) of the Week comes from Food Network Magazine and its endless list of punch possibilities. Here’s a tip for warmer-weather drinking: Keep the ice on the side (not in the punch bowl) so it doesn’t water down your drink.

For more entertaining recipe inspiration, visit Food Network’s Let’s Celebrate board on Pinterest.

Get the Recipe: 50 Punch Ideas from Food Network Magazine

How to Make a Party-Ready Ice Ring for the Punch Bowl

by in Entertaining, How-to, January 28th, 2014

Cosmopolitan Fizz PunchPunch is always a crowd-pleasing party drink, but keeping it chilled throughout the fun can be tricky. Individual ice cubes melt quickly and tend to water down the mix, while a large citrus-speckled ice mold stays frozen longer and imparts extra flavor to the punch. You can use any ring mold or Bundt pan to freeze the ice, which doubles as an eye-catching centerpiece. Get the party started by floating this ice ring in a big batch of Cosmopolitan Fizz Punch, which combines the cosmo — a favorite ’90s cocktail — with the classic ’50s ginger ale punch for a palate-pleasing mashup that will keep you cool as the game heats up.

Begin by layering lime and orange slices in a ring mold and scattering fresh (or frozen) cranberries in between. Then mix together 3/4 cup each cranberry juice, orange juice and water, and pour the liquid over the fruit. Freeze the ring mold until firm, about 6 hours.

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