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Candy Cane Peppermint Punch

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PeppermintPunch5I made this festive candy cane peppermint punch for General Mills and it was so incredibly tasty and easy, I had to share it on Sugar and Charm! It’s only three ingredients, so if you need a last minute holiday treat, this is great! You wouldn’t think eggnog and peppermint ice cream would go together, but they do and make a very Christmassy combo. It’s also a wonderful dessert punch for kids and if you want to make it just for adults you can throw in some peppermint schnapps! To garnish the punch bowl, you can add little candy canes around the rim and your guests can grab one to garnish their drink. Enjoy and have a wonderful Christmas Eve! Read more for the recipe…

Candy Cane Peppermint Punch
1 quart eggnog
1 liter club soda
1/2 gallon peppermint (candy cane) ice cream
Crushed candy canes

*You can add in Peppermint Schnapps if you want for the adult version!
Directions:
Pour the eggnog and club soda into a punch bowl. Scoop in 1/2 gallon candy cane ice cream. Garnish the punch bowl with candy canes. Wet the rim of the glasses and then dip into crushed candy canes to create a candy cane rim. Enjoy!

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10 responses to Candy Cane Peppermint Punch

  1. December 24, 2012

    This looks delicious! Thanks for sharing and merry xmas!

  2. Anonymous
    December 26, 2012

    So beautiful…..must try it! Thank you! Sharon

  3. Can feel the peppermint freshness and the coolness of the ice cream.A lovely punch for all.

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