Holiday Food Fest

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Welcome to Holiday Food Fest’s 4th week! We are sharing Holiday Cocktails, Mock tails, and appetizers today.

Amy of Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free is hosting this week.
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What are you serving your holiday guests while they're anxiously anticipating the main course?

Christmas Eve we keep it pretty simple. Every year we have gluten free meatballs, salad, fruit. This year our mock tail will be Easy Elf Punch. I will be using the recipe below this year. After church and our meal we will make cookies for Santa and Christmas day.

Christmas appetizers will include. Fruit sticks , cheese , Deli-Style Ham Rollups, Deli-Style Roast Beef Rollups I'm keeping it pretty simple this year, wanting to spend time with family and friends.


Easy Elf Punch

Serves 16
A flavorful, colorful and economical non-alcoholic punch for any occasion.

3 (12-ounce) cans frozen raspberry juice
1 ( 12-ounce) can frozen lemonade
2 (six-packs) Ginger Ale
5 pounds ice
1 navel orange, sliced into rounds
1 lime, sliced into rounds
1 pound strawberries, sliced

In a large punch bowl, combine frozen juices with ginger ale and stir until juice is dissolved. Add ice. Garnish with sliced orange, lime and strawberries.


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gfe--gluten free easily said...

Who can resist Elf Punch? Sounds wonderful! I bet it's very pretty with the garnish you've chosen.


Linda said...

Sounds simple, delicious, and pretty.

Amy @ Simply Sugar & Gluten Free said...

I'm with Shirley - who could turn down Elf Punch? It's a great drink and would really get kids excited.

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