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The other day I sent out a tweet that could quite possibly be misconstrued as naughty by nature -- I said something to the effect of "My husband's Jolly Juice is a-flowing".  Now many of you may have thought that this was some sort of sexual reference (cause let's be honest, usually it is), but surprisingly, this time, it was actually a very innocent comment referring to a new cocktail recipe that I found recently and somehow persuaded my husband to whip up for our friends and family.  So I feel that it is now my God-given duty to pass along the how-to for this tasty little concoction. Hold onto your party hats, folks, cause THISis what you wanna serve at your New Year's bash:

 

JOLLY JUICE


6 oz. frozen orange juice
12 oz. lemonade
18 oz. unsweetened pineapple juice
18 oz. cranberry juice
18 oz. vodka
12 oz. Club Soda
Mixed frozen fruit for ice block or ring: strawberries, limes, oranges, lemons, etc.

Combine all ingredients except vodka and club soda. When ready to serve, add vodka and club soda. Pour into punch bowl over ice block. Makes 21 (4 oz.) or 14 (16 oz.) servings.

Now is this jolly-looking or what???

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Comment by Sheena Marie on January 1, 2012 at 12:07pm

Definitely copied and pasted this one!!! Cant wait to try it =) Thanks for sharing!

-S

http://www.sheenawilkins.com/

Comment by Diane Reiter on December 28, 2011 at 9:39am

This sounds AWESOME and very jolly for any time of the year. Thanks for sharing!

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