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Holiday Peppermint Punch

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Holiday Peppermint Punch
  • Prep Time 5 min
  • Total Time 10 min
  • Servings 20
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Holiday Peppermint Punch

This is a scrumptious peppermint holiday punch made with eggnog and served in a glass with a candy cane rim. It's light in sweetness and has the perfect blend of ingredients!

Ingredients

1
quart eggnog
1
liter club soda
1/2
gallon peppermint (candy cane) ice cream
Peppermint crushed

Directions

  • 1 Pour the eggnog and club soda into a punch bowl.
  • 2 Scoop in 1/2 gallon candy cane ice cream.
  • 3 Garnish the punch bowl with candy canes.
  • 4 Dip the rim of the glass into water and then into crushed candy canes to create a candy rim. Set the glasses out by the punch bowl for guests to serve themselves.
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Peppermint Party Punch

As prepared by Sugar and Charm,


This festive “pepperminty” punch is absolutely delicious!


Using only three ingredients; club soda, egg nog and peppermint ice cream, itʼs the quickest and easiest punch youʼll make for the holiday. And I promise, one of the best. :) Itʼs not overwhelmingly sweet and the taste of peppermint pairs nicely with the eggnog. The club soda gives it a little carbonation, adding just the right amount of bubbles.

If you were up for the challenge, you could make homemade eggnog or add a little spike to the punch. For serving, I poured the ingredients into a large punch bowl. Then I hung candy canes around the bowl for a festive decoration and extra treat. You can also hang mini candy canes around the punch bowl and when your guests serve themselves, they can grab one to garish their glass.

Peppermint Party Punch Ingredients

Grab your ingredients - eggnog, club soda, ice cream and candy canes. Pour the eggnog and club soda into a punch bowl.

 

Peppermint Party Punch Scooping Out Ice Cream

Scoop in a generous amount of yummy peppermint ice cream... T'is the season after all. :)

 

Peppermint Party Punch with candy canes hanging from side of bowl

Garnish the punch bowl with candy canes.

 

Peppermint Party Punch glass rim of crushed candy canes

Dip the rim of the glass into water, and then into crushed candy canes to create a candy rim. Set the glasses out by the punch bowl for guests to serve themselves.

 

Peppermint Party Punch ready to serve

Enjoy this delicious punch that everyone will think you spent lots of time making. ;)

 



 

Sugar and Charm shares her love for entertaining, baking and design on her own blog,sugarandcharm. Check her Tablespoon member profile for great new recipes!

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