Total TimePrep: 20 min. + chilling
Made this for the first time Christmas Eve 2015 and what a hit!I made this EXACTLY as stated and it was perfect!The grandkids loved having GRINCH punch, plus it was green, all the adults loved this as well.We will have this every year from now on, thank you for this recipe.
A hit! This is one of our Christmas Eve traditions. :) I omit the sugar because it's sweet enough.
This sounds good and creamy, but in our family we have been making Grinch Punch for years, However, we put 1/2 gallon lime sherbet in a punch bowl, add two 2 Liters of lemon lime soda. No added sugar, no added coloring, and it's low fat.We always had extra sherbet and soda on hand to add in as needed, because this was always a hit.
I loved this recipe, and so did my family. However, if you are making for a big crowd, like 10 or more, you might want to double the recipe. Like someone else said, you can even change the color of the food coloring. Overall, it's a great recipe!
This was my first year trying this recipe by the end of it tasted a lot like food coloring any comments on where I went wrong ?
I'm going to try this, leaving the sugar out. . .There should be plenty of "sweet" with the other ingredients. You could even omit or change the color, as desired.
I am wondering if a person might put alcohol in this for an adult party? It looks delicios and very pretty.
Could this be made with Splenda and fat free evaporated milk?Have special diet needs in family and wondered if anyone has tried it that way.
I make this every Christmas and althouh it may be summer right now I still make it. My son loves to help me put this together and it's very refreshing on hot summer days. But of course we love it a Christmas time too b.c. we always have to have it when we watch the classic itself!
i made this recipe as a summer cooler and it was a big hit. it is a good way to get children to drink more milk.and i loved the3 alond flavor