• Linda Thomson

Oh By Gosh By Jingle We Have A Winner & Some Beverage Recipes for All!

Updated: Jan 31


Oh By Gosh By Jingle and Happy New Year to you! I have TWO Christmas mugs being sent out to Sharon S. and Dana T., thank you for sharing your great Christmas memories!


What a faithful Lord we have. He brought you through last year and is ready to walk you through the next. It will be wonderful to see the Lord's good plans unfold for each one of us in the new year ahead. "You crown the year with Your goodness, and Your paths drip with abundance." Psalm 65:11. Please share a favorite Bible verse in the comment section below.


Following is some wonderful

non alcoholic beverages

from California's Central Coast.

Enjoy!


Madonna Inn's Pink Cloud:

1 large scoop of ice, 4 oz. strawberry puree, 2 oz. half & half, 1 oz. white chocolate syrup or powdered cocoa mix.

Directions: Blend until smooth and serve in a glass. Garnish with whipped cream, pink sugar and a maraschino cherry!

(Strawberry puree is a delicious blend of pureed strawberries and sugar. All you need to do is puree either fresh or frozen unsweetened strawberries, along with a little sugar, until smooth.)

Chick-Fil-A Peppermint Milk Shake

3 cups vanilla bean ice cream, 1/2 cup peppermint bark, 1/3 cup whole milk, 1/2 teaspoon peppermint extract. Whipped cream & a maraschino cherry.

Directions: Place the peppermint bark in a sandwich bag and finely crush with a rolling pin. Place the ice cream into a blender adding the crushed peppermint bark, milk, and the extract. Blend until smooth. (Optional: Blend in a little bit of red food coloring to tint a pale shade of pink.) Pour into a tall glass and garnish with a mound of whipped cream and a maraschino cherry

Moonstone Beach Grenadine Sparkler

8 oz. can Lime LaCroix Sparkling water, Orange & Cran-Raspberry are great too. 1-2 Tablespoons of grenadine. Ice & candy cane.

Directions: Combine sparkling water and grenadine to taste. Fill with crushed ice, stir then add the candy cane and serve.


Picture credit: everydaydishes.com





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