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Posted on 11.05.11 by itscrazydelicious @

So i find it very disturbing that people take my articles and then put them on their sites….wtf…then it looks as though I am the one that is taking their article because they will back post it before my original article. That is just horrible and very upsetting because they are making google money off of my work. That is just not right and I don’t think that should even be legal…you would get penalized in school for stuff like that!


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Caramel Milk
Posted on 06.18.09 by itscrazydelicious @

So, I had some caramel syrup and we put it on our sundeas. However, on the picture of the bottle is a picture of milk…so my daughter wanted to put it in her milk…Caramel milk…she loved it! She thought that it was absolutely fabulous and that is her new favorite. She even likes it better than vanilla milk now. It is nice to have a change…I didn’t like it all that much but I also don’t like cotton candy flavored things anymore either 🙂


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Christmas Punch
Posted on 12.10.07 by itscrazydelicious @

I just think it is just so fun making holiday dishes and desserts and drinks…especially punches. I am a huge fan of the punch for any occation and any season too! Here is one that I found for an adult gathering and it is not for kids. I did make this a few weeks ago at my families gathering and they seemed to like it.
I go this recipe from What To Drink.

2-48 oz. (1.36 L) cans pineapple juice
1-40 oz. (1.14 L) bottle cranberry juice
2-750 mL bottles soda water
1 litre strawberry, raspberry or lime sherbet

Optional
1½ oz. Vodka
(for an individual cocktail)

Directions
In a punch bowl, mix juices. Pour in soda water. Top with scoops of sherbet.

Makes about 16 1-cup (250 mL) servings.

For an individual cocktail, add 1½ oz. of vodka.


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Peppermint Punch
Posted on 11.25.07 by itscrazydelicious @

I had this at an office party and got the ingredients from a co-worker…don’t quite know where this comes from but it is good!

¼ cup lemon juice
1 6-ounce can frozen orange juice
¼ cup sugar
1 egg white
6 hard peppermint candies
4 peppermint candy canes
Ginger ale
Mix ingredients except candy canes and ginger ale into blender until they are liquefied. Pour in 4 glasses (equal amounts) and mix with ginger ale. Serve with peppermint candy canes as stirrers. Very Yummy!!


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Slime Juice
Posted on 10.16.07 by itscrazydelicious @

Really simple but if you kids do not really like juice maybe this is a way that they will actually drink it. The recipe is called Slime Juice. It goes great with breakfast food and is a breeze to make which is always a good thing in the morning when you are probably running around like a nut already 🙂

I got this from the site Parenting Teens. I think that kids of all ages may like this weird drink 🙂

6 oz Package of Blue Kool-Aid
12 oz Can Orange Juice Concentrate with plup
1 Gallon Water
PREPARATION:
In a large container mix all of the ingredients together. Wonderful green slime type drink for Halloween fun


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Halloween Cocktails
Posted on 10.14.07 by itscrazydelicious @

For those adults that are going to be having halloween parties I found a site that had really great looking halloween cocktails for the occation. It is at the Drinkalizer. There is one called the Swamp thing that really didn’t seem that bad. I am not much of a cocktail drinker but I think that I would like what is in this one. I guess it is all a matter of personal taste. They have around a dozen halloween cocktail recipes to choose from though so you may just find that one that you really like!


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Mayan Hot Chocolate
Posted on 10.14.07 by itscrazydelicious @

Here is a great recipe for Mayan Hot Chocolate from What’s Cooking America. This just seems so delicious. I have not tried this one yet because I need some of the ingredients but I think that it would be fabulous. And I really like the fact that there is vanilla bean in this one. This just seems like the perfect hot chocolate for those colder nights that are coming up pretty soon!

2 cups boiling water
1 chile pepper, cut in half, seeds removed (with gloves)
5 cups light cream or whole or nonfat milk
1 vanilla bean, split lengthwise
1 to 2 cinnamon sticks
8 ounces bittersweet chocolate or
3 tablets Mexican chocolate, cut into 1/4-inch pieces
2 tablespoons sugar or honey, or to taste
l tablespoon almonds or hazelnuts, ground extra fine
Whipped cream

In a large saucepan over medium-high heat, add chile pepper to boiling water. Cook until liquid is reduced to 1 cup. Remove chile pepper; strain water and set aside.

In a medium saucepan over medium heat, combine cream or milk, vanilla bean and cinnamon stick until bubbles appear around the edge. Reduce heat to low; add chocolate and sugar or honey; whisk occasionally until chocolate is melted and sugar dissolves. Turn off heat; remove vanilla bean and cinnamon stick. Add chile-infused water, a little at a time, tasting to make sure the flavor isn’t too strong. If chocolate is too thick, thin with a little more milk.

Serve in small cups and offer ground almonds or hazelnuts and whipped cream.


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Juice Recipe Site
Posted on 09.27.07 by itscrazydelicious @

Living Foods is a great site to go to if you like juice recipes. I just recently really got on the band wagon with juices and I just can not get enough. I can not tell you how much better a juice tastes when it is relaly fresh. It is just so much better than the bottled stuff and you know exactly what is in too which is just so much healthier probably than all those sugars and preservatives.


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Homemade Tomato Juice
Posted on 09.10.07 by itscrazydelicious @

I love to have fresh beverages that are homemade. And I love tomato juice so I decided to try to make my own. I just got some freshly grown tomatos so I can not wait to try this one out. I just got it from CD kitchen.

1 (6 oz can) tomato paste (no additives)
6 cups water
1 tablespoon salt
1 tablespoon lemon juice
Tabasco (optional)

Mix thoroughly, put in a pitcher with sealable lid, and refrigerate. Cost is approximately 40-50 cents.


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Experimenting with Smoothies
Posted on 08.18.07 by itscrazydelicious @

So, my husband is into the smoothies and I find that if you add the low fat strawberry yogurt in rather than plain yogurt it just takes so much better. I added a banana, 4 ounces of strawberry Breyers low fat yogurt, a kiwi and some blueberries with 4 pieces of ice and it was just fabulous!


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Smoothie Recipes
Posted on 07.30.07 by itscrazydelicious @

My husband is into smoothies lately and I found this great site that just has a ton of great smoothie recipes called Smoothie Recipes. Personally my favorite recipe so far is the Strawberry Sunrise Smoothie:

8 ounces carton vanilla yogurt
1/2 cups frozen strawberries
1/4 cups apple juice
1 frozen banana, chopped

Place all ingredients in a blender, cover and blend until desired consistency. Serves 2. Note: this is a good way to use up bananas that are about to get overripe. Don’t let them go too far though. While still tasty, cut up and place on wax paper on a flat dish or pan that will fit in your freezer. As soon as they are frozen, dump into a zipper freezer bag. Use for this and other banana smoothies or slushies.


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Mixed Drinks
Posted on 06.26.07 by itscrazydelicious @

The summer is finally here and it is really nice to to go out on a nice summer night wtih freshly made mixed drinks. And every once in a while I find sites out there that have great mixed drink recipes. It is great to have with that evening BBQ or perhaps to just site around that nice patio fireplace.

SuperCocktails.com has great recipesand ideas they also have drinking games that I am not promoting because they can be extrmemly dangerous and when all is said and done … they are not all the fun expecially the next morning when you feel absolutely horrible! Personally, I love their non alcoholic drink recipes and can not wait to try a few.


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Shirley Temple
Posted on 05.14.07 by itscrazydelicious @

Some people make really gret Shirley Temples and others not so much. When you are making a shirley temple you have to include the orange juice!!!! Many people leave that ingrediant out and that is what gives it is flavor!!

6-8 oz Lemon/Lime Sprite
1 Tablespoon Orange Juice
1 Tablespoon Grenadine syrup
A few Maraschino Cherries


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Maragritaville for Cinco de Mayo
Posted on 05.07.07 by itscrazydelicious @

I tried this one this weekend and it is fabulous!!!! It was submitted by ssmithtrans at allrecipes.com

3 cups water
1 1/2 cups fresh lime juice
1 1/2 cups cointreau
1 1/2 cups silver tequila
1 lime, cut into 8 wedges
coarse salt

Here is what you do…
Mix the water, lime juice, tequila, and cointreau in a half-gallon pitcher. Stir to mix.
Then just rub the rim of a margarita glass with lime, and dip in salt. Fill the glass with ice, and top with the tequila mixture. Decorate with a slice of lime.


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Raspberry Sherbert Punch
Posted on 04.20.07 by itscrazydelicious @

This is by far my favorite of all punches…I make this at ever family event and function.  That is the thing that I contribute to the party and it is always a hit!  And it is just so easy to make.

1/2 gal raspberry sherbert
2 liters ginger ale
2 packets of frozen strawberries

Put all ingredients together in a large punch bowl.

Other great Raspberry Sherbert Punches:
Cooks.com


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