Happy Monday everyone!
Thanksgiving is just around the bend, can you believe it!
There are already many great classic Thanksgiving Feast recipes in my archives. I’ve organized them into a single page you can access here if you would like to take a peek.
I have also been working on some additional great
Thanksgiving Feast recipes I would like to share with you and so…
I will be posting every day this week.
Can’t wait to show each and every recipe to you.
It should be a fun time! Hope you will join me all week long.
As an added bonus, there is a second post up this morning that includes a
$100 Cooking.com Giveaway and a wonderful recipe for
Mini Turkey Loaves with Sweet and Savory Red Sauce.
Click here to check it out.
Phew…we have reached the end of the announcements for the day.
Thanks for hanging in there with me.
Let’s talk Cranberry Party Drink, shall we?
This wonderful little holiday drink couldn’t be simpler.
With only three ingredients it’s easy to throw together just as guests are arriving. Hardly any prep work required at all.
That. Is something to smile about, wouldn’t you say?
Come right a long…I’ll show you just how to do it.
Cranberry Party Drink
Time: 5 minutes or less
Yield: 12 servings
Recipe adapted from MyDearMother
1 2 liter Sprite
1 11.5 ounce container Frozen Cranberry Juice Concentrate
2 C frozen berries (I used blueberries, raspberries and marionberries)
NOTE: It’s best to keep the Sprite cold in the fridge (or garage, if you live in a cold climate). Also, I have found that Costco has the best deal on these frozen berries. They carry a large 4 pound bag for about $12.
1. Pour the frozen juice into a medium sized punch bowl.
2. Pour the sprite over the top of the frozen juice.
3. Give it a stir…
…it will get a little bit frothy.
4. Add the frozen berries and serve.