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It’s that time again! Another Thirsty Thursday with Brooke!
Today I bring you…
I’ve mentioned before that I also write at CookedWithLoveByMom.Com, one of our contributors Holly from Our Holly Days shared her secret to getting her kiddos to
guzzle drink their milk, at least on St. Patty’s day. Her green milk recipe is definitely something I will do when my little Polkadot realizes her drinks are different colors.
Who doesn’t love sherbet floats? Yeah, parties, baby showers, weddings… make a whole sherbet punch bowl for me. I’ll drink the whole thing! THESE Lime Sherbet Floats from Home Cooking Memories are sure to satisfy my sherbet punch cravings on St. Patrick’s Day.
What drew me in was no doubt the Thin Mints, (Hello Girl Scout Cookie season! The only solicitors I actually WELCOME to my door.) What kept me there was the liquor… This Shamrock Shake recipe from Smells Like Home is sure to kick off your party!
So there they are… The 7 luckiest drinks to kick off your St. Patrick’s Day! From beginning to end, kid friendly and adult only, they’re all here! Hope you enjoy!
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A Cherry Vanilla Lime Sprite is a staple of my childhood. I have many memories of time spent with my Mom driving into a Sonic on summer night just to get our special treat. You must order it exactly as I’ve said, “Cherry Vanilla Lime Sprite”. This is not to be confused with a cherry vanilla limeade, trust me on this one.
Or you can forgo the possible mishap with the carhop and just make one yourself!
What you need:
*2 Tablespoons Cherry Juice (I use the juice from the cherry jar, could also use Cherry Grenadine)
*1 & 1/2 teaspoon Pure Vanilla Extract
*2-3 Fresh Lime Wedges
*Fill a glass with ice, pour in first two ingredients and then squeeze in the fresh lime juice.
*Pour in Sprite to fill the glass.
*Serve and enjoy!
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Today’s Thirsty Thursday recipe is another southern classic… Moonshine. This kind doesn’t involve a bathtub or a backwoods distillery though! ;-) My mom started making this a couple years ago and has continued to make it and we continue to drink it up.
1 Gallon of Apple Juice
4 Sticks of Cinnamon
1 TBS Apple Pie Spice
1/4 Cup Honey
750 mL Southern Comfort
Remove 750 mL (1/5 th) of the Apple Juice from the gallon jug.
Add Cinnamon, Apple Pie Spice, and Honey to the container of Apple Juice.
Refrigerate and shake 2-3 times daily for 5-7 days.
After a week add in Southern Comfort. Serve cold.
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Hi y’all! I’m Brooke the newest contributor to 5 Dinners in 1 Hour.
A little about me: I’m a mid 20′s first time mom to one sweet little girl who I like to call Polkadot. I’m married to my best friend and soul mate G. Together the three of us live in the DFW metroplex of Texas. I have a personal blog where I talk about life as a new mom, arts, crafts, books to read, etc. at TwoTexasGals.Com, along with my Aunt Sarah. Over at CookedWithLoveByMom.Com I contribute on-the-go family meals. After you’re through searching 5 Dinners in 1 Hour take a gander over at Cooked With Love for some more recipe inspiration!
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Since I’m from the great state of Texas I would like to start off with a southern classic, Sweet Tea.
Simply add 4 regular size tea bags (or 2 Family Size) to your coffee pot.
Let brew with 12 Cups of Water.
In a large pitcher add 1 1/2 Cup of Sugar.
Add tea and stir ’till the sugar is dissolved.
Add water to the brim and stir again.
Garnish with lemon and serve cold or over ice. Enjoy!
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Good morning all and welcome to Sweet Tooth Tuesdays on 5 Dinners-in-1 Hour! I am so thrilled & honored to now be a contributing recipe blogger for 5 Dinners-in-1 Hour, and you can find me here every other Tuesday sharing a new dessert recipe with you all. Every other day of the week you can find me blogging at Frugal Foodie Mama sharing my favorite recipes, my budgeting tips, and the story of my journey through motherhood.
Today I am sharing with you all my recipe for a Coconut Chai Biscotti that pairs perfectly with your cup of morning coffee or your evening cup of hot tea. These perfectly chai spiced biscotti have a hint of coconut and are drizzled with a cinnamon white chocolate glaze.
Please stop on over to grab the recipe for my Coconut Chai Biscotti.
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I really love this soup. It has great flavor and there is nothing better than hot soup waiting for you after work on a cold day.
2 C. dry cannellini beans
1 C. frozen chopped onion
4 t minced garlic
2 bay leaves
1 t dried rosemary
1 t dried thyme
1 parmesan cheese rind (opt)
Rinse beans in colander and add to large zipper bag.
Add next 6 ingredients to beans. Zip to seal.
Add bean mixture to slow cooker along with
64 oz low sodium chicken broth.
Cook on low for 10 hours, remove cheese rind then add ¼ C. heavy cream & ¼ C. grated parmesan cheese about 15 minutes before serving.
Sprinkle with real bacon bits if desired.