Pilgrims Jar Craft

Pilgrims Jar Craft. Use this step by step instructional tutorial to make this adorable these Pilgrims Jar Craft for Thanksgiving! Simple to make, these cute little Pilgrims would look great as part of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, or on a fireplace mantel or side table as standalone decor.


Use this step by step instructional tutorial to make this adorable these Pilgrims Jar Craft for Thanksgiving! Simple to make, these cute little Pilgrims would look great as part of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, or on a fireplace mantel or side table as standalone decor.

Pilgrims Jar Craft

Pilgrims Jar Craft. Use this step by step instructional tutorial to make this adorable these Pilgrims Jar Craft for Thanksgiving! Simple to make, these cute little Pilgrims would look great as part of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, or on a fireplace mantel or side table as standalone decor.


These little Pilgrims jars match perfectly with this Thanksgiving Turkey Jar Craft– so make both crafts and use them as a centerpiece with a few leaves and flameless candles, or place them in other areas of your living room or family room for perfect Thanksgiving day decorations.

When it comes to decorating for the Fall season, you see a lot of things related to Halloween and then, other than Fall leaves and pumpkins, there just isn’t a lot of decorations out there for November and Thanksgiving. To me, that is a shame, because Thanksgiving should truly be celebrated.
Pilgrims are one thing that instantly makes you think of the holiday, so this set of mason jars are meant to do just that. They can be used for storage of course, but are primarily meant to be a fun kitchen decoration.

You can put your own twist on them, too, using different buttons, ribbons, or anything you may have to make them your own. Once the basic part of the painting is done, adding the final touches is what makes them unique.
Another thing you can do as well, to take it a step further, is to make a turkey to go with them.

Pilgrims Jar Craft. Use this step by step instructional tutorial to make this adorable these Pilgrims Jar Craft for Thanksgiving! Simple to make, these cute little Pilgrims would look great as part of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, or on a fireplace mantel or side table as standalone decor.


Pilgrims Jar Craft Materials:

• 2 matching mason jars, with lids – I used 2 that were from pickles we buy all the time, that are a little bit larger than the standard Ball jars are.
• White or cream-colored spray paint – or a flesh color, if you can find that, would be good too.
• Black and brown acrylic paint, plate, brushes and water cup
• Paper towels
• Pencil
• Paint markers in black and white if desired, or you can use the black acrylic with a thin, tiny brush instead
• Buttons for the eyes and cheeks in matching sets (also, you can make a cute mouth from small buttons if you want to go that route) also, buttons for accents like a “broach” for the girl or a buckle for his hat
• Paper Doily
• Ribbon instead of a collar in color of your choice
• Super Glue (or hot glue if you prefer)

Pilgrims Jar Craft. Use this step by step instructional tutorial to make this adorable these Pilgrims Jar Craft for Thanksgiving! Simple to make, these cute little Pilgrims would look great as part of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, or on a fireplace mantel or side table as standalone decor.


Pilgrims Jar Craft. Use this step by step instructional tutorial to make this adorable these Pilgrims Jar Craft for Thanksgiving! Simple to make, these cute little Pilgrims would look great as part of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, or on a fireplace mantel or side table as standalone decor.


Pilgrims Jar Craft. Use this step by step instructional tutorial to make this adorable these Pilgrims Jar Craft for Thanksgiving! Simple to make, these cute little Pilgrims would look great as part of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, or on a fireplace mantel or side table as standalone decor.


Pilgrims Jar Craft Directions:

• Be sure your jars are free from dust or debris, and dry.
• Then, spray paint both the jars and the lids in the cream or flesh colored paint. If you intend to possibly use the jar for storage, I would also paint the inside, at least a few inches down, so that it looks more finished off when you open and close it. The more it gets used, it will take paint off on the rim of the jar, so just keep that in mind. Also, if you are using paper doilies, and want to make them white (if they are not already white), then spray paint them at this time as well. It does help them to become more sturdy too.
• Give the paint a good 20 minutes to dry, and check to see if it is well-covered in the paint. If you have any spots that need another coat, go ahead and do that and then let them fully dry.

Pilgrims Jar Craft. Use this step by step instructional tutorial to make this adorable these Pilgrims Jar Craft for Thanksgiving! Simple to make, these cute little Pilgrims would look great as part of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, or on a fireplace mantel or side table as standalone decor.


• Before you begin designing the Pilgrims choose the best side of the jar. I had one area on one of mine where the spray paint ran, so I turned it to the back.

Pilgrims Jar Craft. Use this step by step instructional tutorial to make this adorable these Pilgrims Jar Craft for Thanksgiving! Simple to make, these cute little Pilgrims would look great as part of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, or on a fireplace mantel or side table as standalone decor.


Pilgrims Jar Craft. Use this step by step instructional tutorial to make this adorable these Pilgrims Jar Craft for Thanksgiving! Simple to make, these cute little Pilgrims would look great as part of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, or on a fireplace mantel or side table as standalone decor.


• Next, you will be painting on their hair. Start by using a pencil to sketch in the lines you want to create first. I made my girl have her hair go all the way around the back but gave her a few layers so it didn’t look as square since I knew he needed a more square hair style, but they are obviously your creation, so how you make them is up to you!

Pilgrims Jar Craft. Use this step by step instructional tutorial to make this adorable these Pilgrims Jar Craft for Thanksgiving! Simple to make, these cute little Pilgrims would look great as part of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, or on a fireplace mantel or side table as standalone decor.


• Then begin with the brown paint to fill in all the areas that are hair. The brown will most likely need 2 coats of paint, so start on the black areas if you have any, while the first coat of brown is drying. I added a black collar line to mine, especially on the girl, so her doily collar would stand out. For her, the brown hair went all the way to the top of the lid, but for him, I made a hat line, and a good amount of his head was black on the top.

Pilgrims Jar Craft. Use this step by step instructional tutorial to make this adorable these Pilgrims Jar Craft for Thanksgiving! Simple to make, these cute little Pilgrims would look great as part of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, or on a fireplace mantel or side table as standalone decor.


Pilgrims Jar Craft. Use this step by step instructional tutorial to make this adorable these Pilgrims Jar Craft for Thanksgiving! Simple to make, these cute little Pilgrims would look great as part of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, or on a fireplace mantel or side table as standalone decor.


• You can also paint in the smile while you are doing the black unless you are using buttons for that part. Use a very thin brush for the smile, and if you need to, draw it on in pencil first to get it even and set. Otherwise, use the paint marker to make the smile, but you can also choose to wait until you are putting the eyes and cheeks on later, too.

Pilgrims Jar Craft. Use this step by step instructional tutorial to make this adorable these Pilgrims Jar Craft for Thanksgiving! Simple to make, these cute little Pilgrims would look great as part of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, or on a fireplace mantel or side table as standalone decor.


• Go ahead and do any second layers of paint that you need, and just be sure as it’s drying to check for empty spots and fill them in. On mine, I noticed a few times near where the jar curves on the corner, that the paint had a harder time staying and I had to touch it up a few times. Then, using a thin brush, use the black paint, or the paint marker, and give the hair some lines to help it stand out. Do some along the edges where the face is, and then random lines here and there in the hair to give it dimension.
• Let the paint dry all the way before you begin gluing anything on.

Pilgrims Jar Craft. Use this step by step instructional tutorial to make this adorable these Pilgrims Jar Craft for Thanksgiving! Simple to make, these cute little Pilgrims would look great as part of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, or on a fireplace mantel or side table as standalone decor.


Pilgrims Jar Craft. Use this step by step instructional tutorial to make this adorable these Pilgrims Jar Craft for Thanksgiving! Simple to make, these cute little Pilgrims would look great as part of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, or on a fireplace mantel or side table as standalone decor.


• This is a good time to get your buttons arranged if you have not already figured out how they are going on. You can layer them for the eyes, doing black on the bottom with a smaller white button on the top, or vice-versa. I gave my girl a more gray pair or buttons for the eyes and him the black ones. They were the same size buttons and very similar so they still matched well. The pink cheeks could also be painted on too, if you didn’t have any pink buttons.
• If your jars are dry, go ahead and glue the buttons on. I would recommend doing one at a time once you have the places figured out, so that you can hold the button in place, pressing down to let the glue set for a minute. Then go on to the next. Repeat the process until both jars have their buttons all on the faces. If you waited to do the smile line, go ahead and do that now.
• Let that dry if it was painted, and then attach any ribbon or doily collar you have. I cut my doily into two matching triangles after playing with it. It lays on the table a little bit too, which I think gives it more dimension, but if that bothers you, you can trim that part off to be even with the jar edge. • Glue on any other accents like the button broach now.

Pilgrims Jar Craft. Use this step by step instructional tutorial to make this adorable these Pilgrims Jar Craft for Thanksgiving! Simple to make, these cute little Pilgrims would look great as part of a Thanksgiving centerpiece, or on a fireplace mantel or side table as standalone decor.


• Check to be sure everything you glued on is well secured, and if it is, you are all done!

If you would like to make more Thanksgiving day crafts here are a few for you!

Floral Horn of Plenty DIY – this. is. gorgeous. My photos do not do it justice, but it is sitting in my foyer right now, and I smile every time I look at it – it is that beautiful.

Dollar Store Craft: Lighted Thanksgiving Centerpiece – this is lovely, and everything was purchased at a dollar store making it a very inexpensive craft!!

Turkey Wine Glass DIY – these little gobblers are adorable!


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Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe

Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe. This Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe is a great freezer meal! Easy to make, you will want to double the recipe making one for dinner tonight, and one to freeze for later. This leftover ham recipe is an easy, delicious dinner your entire family will enjoy.


This Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe is a great freezer meal! Easy to make, you will want to double the recipe making one for dinner tonight, and one to freeze for later. This leftover ham recipe is an easy, delicious dinner your entire family will enjoy.

Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe

I am serious about making one for now, and one for later. A freezer meal is an excellent way to have a home cooked meal when you do not have time to cook.

Notes:

• If you are making this ahead as a freezer meal; using a disposable pan, you follow all the instructions including baking and allow to cool completely. Use a Sharpie on the aluminum foil you are wrapping the Ham and Potato Casserole with, or a piece of tape attached to the aluminum foil to write down cooking directions. Pop in the freezer.

• When I make a freezer meal, sometimes I defrost before cooking, and sometimes I pop into the oven still frozen. Doing that means it needs a longer cook time, even when I use my convection oven setting. YMMV of course – but watch the casserole when you have not defrosted a freezer meal or else you could end up serving a very cold, unthawed, dinner.

Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe. This Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe is a great freezer meal! Easy to make, you will want to double the recipe making one for dinner tonight, and one to freeze for later. This leftover ham recipe is an easy, delicious dinner your entire family will enjoy.


Ham and Potato Casserole Ingredients:

• 4 medium Russet Potatoes
• 8 oz Ham, cubed
• 2 TBSP Yellow Mustard
• 2 tsp Paprika
• 2 tsp Olive Oil
• 1½ tsp Garlic powder
• 1 tsp Salt
• 1 tsp Black Pepper

Ham and Potato Casserole Mise en Place:

• Nonstick Spray
• Cutting Board
• Knife
Measuring Cup
• Large Bowl
• Spoon
Measuring Spoons
8″x 8″ Baking Dish

Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe. This Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe is a great freezer meal! Easy to make, you will want to double the recipe making one for dinner tonight, and one to freezer for later. This leftover ham recipe is an easy, delicious dinner your entire family will enjoy.


Ham and Potato Casserole Directions:

• Preheat oven to 350°.
• Coat a 8″x8″ baking pan with a nonstick cooking spray or rub lightly with olive oil- (prepping for the freezer use a disposable aluminum pans).
• Cube 4 small russet potatoes into small bite sized pieces.

Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe. This Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe is a great freezer meal! Easy to make, you will want to double the recipe making one for dinner tonight, and one to freeze for later. This leftover ham recipe is an easy, delicious dinner your entire family will enjoy.


• In a large bowl toss together 8 ounces of cubbed ham, cubed potatoes, 2 tablespoons of yellow mustard, 2 teaspoons of paprika, 2 teaspoons of olive oil, 1½ teaspoons of garlic powder, 1 teaspoon of salt, and 1 teaspoon of black pepper. Make certain the ham and potatoes are coated well in wet ingredients.

Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe. This Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe is a great freezer meal! Easy to make, you will want to double the recipe making one for dinner tonight, and one to freeze for later. This leftover ham recipe is an easy, delicious dinner your entire family will enjoy.


• Pour the ham mixture into 8″x8″ baking pan and cover tightly with aluminum foil (for the freezer after wrapping write the cooking directions on the foil to make it easy when you pull it to cook, freeze before baking.)

Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe. This Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe is a great freezer meal! Easy to make, you will want to double the recipe making one for dinner tonight, and one to freeze for later. This leftover ham recipe is an easy, delicious dinner your entire family will enjoy.


• Bake for 20-25 minutes in a preheated 350° oven, or until potatoes are fork tender.

Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe. This Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe is a great freezer meal! Easy to make, you will want to double the recipe making one for dinner tonight, and one to freeze for later. This leftover ham recipe is an easy, delicious dinner your entire family will enjoy.


• Serve hot.

Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe. This Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe is a great freezer meal! Easy to make, you will want to double the recipe making one for dinner tonight, and one to freeze for later. This leftover ham recipe is an easy, delicious dinner your entire family will enjoy.


Yield: 6 servings

Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe

This Ham and Potato Casserole Recipe is a great freezer meal! Easy to make, you will want to double the recipe making one for dinner tonight, and one to freeze for later. This leftover ham recipe is an easy, delicious dinner your entire family will enjoy.
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes

Ingredients

  • 4 medium Russet Potatoes
  • 8 oz Ham, cubed
  • 2 TBSP Yellow Mustard
  • 2 tsp Paprika
  • 2 tsp Olive Oil
  • 1½ tsp Garlic powder
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp Black Pepper

Instructions

• Preheat oven to 350°

• Coat a 8"x8" baking pan with a nonstick cooking spray or rub lightly with olive oil- (prepping for the freezer use a disposable aluminum pans).

• Cube 4 small russet potatoes into small bite sized pieces.

• In a large bowl toss together 8 ounces of cubbed ham, cubed potatoes, 2 tablespoons of yellow mustard, 2 teaspoons of paprika, 2 teaspoons of olive oil, 1½ teaspoons of garlic powder, 1 teaspoon of salt, and 1 teaspoon of black pepper. Make certain the ham and potatoes are coated well in wet ingredients.

• Pour the ham mixture into 8"x8" baking pan and cover tightly with aluminum foil (for the freezer after wrapping write the cooking directions on the foil to make it easy when you pull it to cook, freeze before baking.)

• Bake for 20-25 minutes in a preheated 350° oven, or until potatoes are fork tender.

• Serve hot.

If you enjoy freezer meal cooking, you will want to check out these great freezer meal recipes:

Sausage Breakfast Pie Recipe – This yummy sausage breakfast pie recipe is a really great meal for breakfast, brunch or dinner! This breakfast pie recipe freezes fabulously so makes for a great freezer casserole meal. Make two sausage breakfast pie recipes at once – one to serve – and one pie to freeze for later when you need that perfect meal quickly.

Spicy Chicken and Sweet Potato Bake Recipe – This fabulous chicken and sweet potato recipe is an easy, healthy recipe for dinner. Simple to make, it is also a great healthy freezer meal recipe, so make two – one to serve for dinner tonight, and one to freeze for later. This delicious spicy chicken and sweet potato bake recipe is so good; your whole family will want seconds! Yum.

Easy Leftover Ham Casserole Recipe – Got leftover ham? This is a delicious, easy to make leftover ham casserole recipe! This homemade ham casserole freezes very well too. If you have leftover ham, try this simple to make ham casserole for dinner tonight!


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Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Recipe

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Recipe. For a delicious taste of autumn, mix up this sparkling fall harvest punch recipe to share with friends and family. This easy punch recipe comes together in minutes. Enjoy the crisp, fresh taste of the fall harvest in a glass with this spectacular fall punch recipe.


For a delicious taste of autumn, mix up this sparkling fall harvest punch recipe to share with friends and family. This easy punch recipe comes together in minutes. Enjoy the crisp, fresh taste of the fall harvest in a glass with this spectacular fall punch recipe.

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Recipe

Sparkling wine will taste different depending on the variety of grapes used in the production of the wine. Champagne is citrus, white peach, and cherry, and made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes.

Prosecco is green apple, honeysuckle and pear and and made from Glera grapes (can also include Verdiso, Bianchetta Trevigiana, Perera grapes).

Cava (Spanish sparkling wine) will taste more like Champagne as it is produced using the same methods. Depending on the grape used Macabeu (lemony),
Parellada (citrus), Xarel·lo (pear), your beverage will be influenced by the undertones.

Germany Sekt is usually sweeter than Champagne, Sekt uses grapes imported from other countries (France, Italy, and Spain). It is more like Prosecco than Cava or Champagne.

US sparkling wines will vary greatly by region and grapes.

There are also now sparkling wines being imported from Argentina and Australia!

Definitely check the notes on the bottle of sparkling wine you are using to see how to balance or enhance the fruit notes with your cut fruit.

Notes:

• Feel free to add to, or reduce, the amounts of fruit, cider, or cranberry juice to change the taste of you fall harvest punch!

• The fruit is one TOTAL cup as listed. Use plum, peach, apple, pear, etc to achieve the taste you would like. The recipe I featured used apple, plum, and peach as a mix to achieve one cup. You can definitely use only one fruit, but meshing flavors is very nice.

• For additional garnish, consider a sprig of fresh rosemary.

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Recipe. For a delicious taste of autumn, mix up this sparkling fall harvest punch recipe to share with friends and family. This easy punch recipe comes together in minutes. Enjoy the crisp, fresh taste of the fall harvest in a glass with this spectacular fall punch recipe.


Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Ingredients:

• 1 cup Sliced Fruit (apple, pear, peach, nectarine, plum, etc mix, and match)
• ½ cup Sugar
• ½ cup Hurricane Cocktail Mix
• ¾ cup Apple Cider
• 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice
• 1 750 ml Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)
• Ice
• Plum Slices, Peach Slices, and Apple Slices, for garnish

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Mise en Place:

Measuring CupCocktail Pitcher
• Cocktail Spoon or Stirrer
Tom Collins Glasses

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Recipe. For a delicious taste of autumn, mix up this sparkling fall harvest punch recipe to share with friends and family. This easy punch recipe comes together in minutes. Enjoy the crisp, fresh taste of the fall harvest in a glass with this spectacular fall punch recipe.


Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Directions:

• Place one cup of sliced fruit at the bottom of a cocktail pitcher.
• Add ½ cup sugar.

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Recipe. For a delicious taste of autumn, mix up this sparkling fall harvest punch recipe to share with friends and family. This easy punch recipe comes together in minutes. Enjoy the crisp, fresh taste of the fall harvest in a glass with this spectacular fall punch recipe.


• Add ½ cup hurricane cocktail mix.

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Recipe. For a delicious taste of autumn, mix up this sparkling fall harvest punch recipe to share with friends and family. This easy punch recipe comes together in minutes. Enjoy the crisp, fresh taste of the fall harvest in a glass with this spectacular fall punch recipe.


• Add ¾ cup apple cider.

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Recipe. For a delicious taste of autumn, mix up this sparkling fall harvest punch recipe to share with friends and family. This easy punch recipe comes together in minutes. Enjoy the crisp, fresh taste of the fall harvest in a glass with this spectacular fall punch recipe.


• Add 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice.

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Recipe. For a delicious taste of autumn, mix up this sparkling fall harvest punch recipe to share with friends and family. This easy punch recipe comes together in minutes. Enjoy the crisp, fresh taste of the fall harvest in a glass with this spectacular fall punch recipe.


• Add one bottle (750 ml) Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Recipe. For a delicious taste of autumn, mix up this sparkling fall harvest punch recipe to share with friends and family. This easy punch recipe comes together in minutes. Enjoy the crisp, fresh taste of the fall harvest in a glass with this spectacular fall punch recipe.


• Use a cocktail spoon or long stirrer, and mix well.

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Recipe. For a delicious taste of autumn, mix up this sparkling fall harvest punch recipe to share with friends and family. This easy punch recipe comes together in minutes. Enjoy the crisp, fresh taste of the fall harvest in a glass with this spectacular fall punch recipe.


• Fill a Tom Collins glass one-third of the way with ice, and pour the Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch over the ice.
• Garnish with fresh plum slices, peach slices and apple slices on a cocktail skewer.
• Serve immediately.

As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.

Yield: 6 servings

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Recipe

For a delicious taste of autumn, mix up this sparkling fall harvest punch recipe to share with friends and family. This easy punch recipe comes together in minutes. Enjoy the crisp, fresh taste of the fall harvest in a glass with this spectacular fall punch recipe.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 cup Sliced Fruit (apple, pear, peach, nectarine, plum, etc mix and match)
  • ½ cup Sugar
  • ½ cup Hurricane Cocktail Mix
  • ¾ cup Apple Cider
  • 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice
  • 1 750 ml Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)
  • Ice
  • Plum Slices, Peach Slices, and Apple Slices, for garnish

Instructions

• Place one cup of sliced fruit at the bottom of a cocktail pitcher.

• Add ½ cup sugar.

• Add ½ cup hurricane cocktail mix.

• Add ¾ cup apple cider.

• Add 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice.

• Add one bottle (750 ml) Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)

• Use a cocktail spoon or long stirrer, and mix well.

• Fill a Tom Collins glass one third of the way with ice, and pour the Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch over the ice.

• Garnish with fresh plum slices, peach slices and apple slices on a cocktail skewer.

• Serve immediately.

Notes

• Place one cup of sliced fruit at the bottom of a cocktail pitcher.

• Add ½ cup sugar.

• Add ½ cup hurricane cocktail mix.

• Add ¾ cup apple cider.

• Add 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice.

• Add one bottle (750 ml) Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)

• Use a cocktail spoon or long stirrer, and mix well.

• Fill a Tom Collins glass one third of the way with ice, and pour the Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch over the ice.

• Garnish with fresh plum slices, peach slices and apple slices on a cocktail skewer.

• Serve immediately.

If you enjoy punch recipes, you may want to try these terrific cocktail drinks:

This Festive Pineapple Punch is a sweet and delicious party punch recipe that is simple to make. In just a few minutes you can have a great punch recipe that your family and guests will truly enjoy. (this one can be made non-alcoholic too)

Autumn Punch Recipe – This is a great fall punch made with hints of some of great autumn flavors. The subtle taste of cherry, cranberry and fresh picked McIntosh apples makes for a wonderful Autumn Punch; a great drink when spending time relaxing in front of a fireplace or gathered outside around the fire pit. So raise a glass of Autumn Punch to the season!

Tropical Rum Punch Recipe – This Tropical Rum Punch Recipe is delicious, cool and refreshing. The rum punch combines the flavors of rum, brandy, and fruit juice into a fabulous tropical drink!


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