Looking for a snack to refresh you during this holiday season? Try this cool and yummy salad from our friends at Tasty25.com!
By: Tasty25 Staff
A true one-of-a-kind healthy & delicious recipe! This Mojito Fruit Salad, sent in by Lillian Vargas from San Antonio, TX, is a tasty & creative way to get in your daily serving of fruit, along with 100% of your daily suggested Vitamin-C intake! This sweet tasting treat takes only 5 minutes to make, and can be served fresh or chilled in the refrigerator for an hour before serving. Rate and comment below, let us know what you think, and Happy Cooking!
Let's make it!
1 Cup cubed, seeded watermelon 1 Cup seedless grapes 1 Cup cubed cantaloupe 1 Cup strawberries (Cut in halves.) 1 Cup kiwi (Peeled & cut into quarters.)1 Cup fresh blueberries 3 Sprigs fresh mint 1 Tsp. white granulated sugar 1 Tsp. honey 2 Tbsp. fresh lime juice Directions: (Approximate cook time: 5 minutes; Serving size – 4-6 adults)
Mix the watermelon, grapes, cantaloupe, strawberries, and kiwi in a bowl with a tight-fitting lid; Top fruit mixture with blueberries.
Stir mint, sugar, and lime juice together in a bowl, crushing mint with the back of a spoon while mixing to extract flavors; Pour over fruit mixture.
Just before serving, gently toss or flip the sealed bowl several times to coat the fruit with the dressing. (Serve fresh, or refrigerate 1 hour before serving for cold salad.)
Eat & enjoy!
Creole Milk Punch
What is it? Think a not so thick & refreshing Egg Nog, because its cold and sweet. Plus, with enough booze in it to knock you on your ass! Now, if this sounds good, make, taste and share some now!
By: Angela Stablier-MSTV
Serves 10. This recipe is really easy to make and a nice alternative to Egg Nog. Since its almost like a classy milkshake, serving it in more formal glasses will impress and delight your guests. Preparation is easy, tasty and fun, so let's make some!
Let's make it!
2 qts. whole milk (must have)
1/4 gallon. French Vanilla ice cream
1 fifth Brandy
1 fifth Dark Rum
1 qt. Custard ice cream
1 Tsp Vanilla Extract
2 Dashes of Nutmeg &/or Allspice
1. Mix milk, ice cream and liquors together with electric mixer.
2. Mix in about half the Custard ice cream (slightly less than 1 quart).
3. Store in freezer until about an hour before serving.
4. Serve with sprinkles of nutmeg and cinnamon over the top of each glass if desired.