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Cranberry Lime Punch

Ok I can finally post the punch recipe that I made for Miss A's surprise shower.

Cranberry Lime Punch recipe

1 bottle cranberry juice
2 cups frozen concentrate limeade
2 cups pineapple juice
1 quart ginger ale
1 1/2 liters club soda

In punch bowl, combine cranberry cocktail, limeade concentrate, pineapple and ginger ale. Just before serving, add soda water and ice.

For the ice I used a bundt pan and put in a couple inches of cranberry juice and put in wedges of limes then froze it. When frozen solid I filled up the rest of the bundt pan with more cranberry juice and froze for at least 12 hours.

To unmold place bundt pan in warm water for less than a minute then it pops right out!


Pita chips and hummus

Mmmmm, one of my favorite snacks would be pita chips & hummus. Just not any brand will do. I love Stacy's Simply Naked Pita Chips (they are thick and crunchy and BAKED!) and Athenos hummus original and roasted red pepper.





Some of my new favs

Since I shared one of Miss V's favorite things today, I should share a couple of my newest favs.

First of is Passion Fruit Yogurt, yum! It has some serious flavor!!!


While on vacation our friends had a new juice by minute maid (Pomegranate Blueberry). I am not a big juice drinker but this was really good. I even added some club soda for fizz.


When we got back and went grocery shopping we found it and they have Pomegranate Lemonade too. Of course we had to try that and it was really good, not to tart/twangy.


Enjoy our newest food finds!

Miss Victoria's newest favorite sandwich (S'mores Sandwich)

I have called it a s'more sandwich. It is whole wheat bread with:

Oh and don't try to be fake and use Marshmellow Creme, it is NOT the same as Fluff!
Now repeat after me: Y-U-M-M-Y!

For the regular version;

Two slices of wheat bread

On one slice of bread put a nice thick layer of Peanut Butter & Company Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter and on the other slice put a nice thick layer of Fluff (not marshmellow creme). Put the slices together and slice in half.
Now for the cold weather version, create the sandwich above, but then lightly butter the outside and then grill it like a grilled cheese. The peanut butter and Fluff get all ooey gooey, but just be careful not to get it to hot, the Fluff can burn your lips.

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