Monday, June 30, 2014

Amazing Bread and Peach Slush {Eating, Drinking, and Linking}

Anybody else planning on doing some celebrating later this week for the 4th?! We are gearing up for a big get together with family and friends and you know what that means - food!! Eating and cooking really seem to be the only two things I'm getting done this least it's enjoyable!

I'm linking up with Christy from Teaching Tales Along the Yellow Brick Road to share a couple recipes I'll be making this week for the celebration. 

Drop everything and make this Cheddard Tailgaiting Bread!! The recipe has been floating around Pinterest for a long time, but I just now got around to trying it and it is fantastic! 

I didn't take any pictures of the bread because I was too busy eating it, but you can click the link above or check it out on this Pinterest board - it's the first pin!

The other recipe doesn't have a picture either - just more proof that it was too good to stop eating long enough to take a picture! 

2 cups sugar
4 oz. lemon juice
2 packs peach jello
1 - 46oz pineapple juice
6 1/2 cups water
ginger ale

 In a large bowl mix together the sugar and jello. Boil 3 cups of water, add to jello and sugar to dissolve. Add remaining 3 1/2 cups of cold water, lemon juice, and pineapple juice. Divide the mixture into 2 gallon-size ziploc freezer bags. Lay flat to freeze. Thaw 2-3 hours before serving. Mash up in the bag and mix the slush with ginger ale - 2 bags of punch to 1 liter of ginger ale. 

What yummy recipes have you tried lately? 


  1. I'm virtually holding my cup out for some of that punch! Sounds so yummy!!
    A Tall Drink of Water

  2. Mmmm both sound great! Thank you so much for linking up!

    Christy Teaching Tales Along the Yellow Brick Road

  3. If I leave California tonight and fly all night...I can be in Virginia by the morning...that gives me one whole day to sample everything before you serve it to the family and other friends. Deal?
    Rockin' and Lovin' Learnin'

  4. Wow that peach slush sounds good!! Have you ever tried it with any other Jello flavors? I'm thinking strawberry or lime might be good. Yum!! Great idea!!

    SOOTHE Her Soul


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