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    A sweet and spicy hot cocoa mix found on VeryBestBaking.com's website. This is also included in the Zaar World Tour 2005 swap, Mexico.

    Recipe #138317

    In my never-ending quest to figure out what to do with that bottle of burgundy wine I opened. (I only used 1/2 cup of it in a previous recipe) I found this recipe for Sangrias. Now what do I do with the rest of the orange liqueur? I see another mission in my future.

    Recipe #25055

    I love this hot or over ice.

    Recipe #206892

    Received this recipe through a local grocery store coupon flyer. I could not stop myself from trying this! I know there is a friend on here (CoffeeB! :) ) who would love this just as much as I did. Like a melted peanut butter cup in a mug! Yummy!

    Recipe #342643

    Posting this for Greek region of ZWT 6. Found it online at FoodTV site from Giada De Laurentiis, while searching it for Greek recipes. Sounds delicious!! Time doesn't include time for sugar/water cooling.

    Recipe #423618

    A lemony martini cocktail.

    Recipe #318489

    This spiced cinnamon hot chocolate is liberally laced with brandy and topped with whipped cream, it is the type of hot chocolate I remember drinking après-ski in Germany and in the French Alps. It is the perfect drink to warm your tingling fingers and toes on a cold and frosty evening or morning. Great throughout the Holiday season, as well as Christmas, New Year and the winter months, OR for those "Why Not" days! This makes 4 generous tall mugs of hot chocolate. Please adjust the brandy to suit your taste - we find the amount listed here gives a lovely warm tingle, however you can leave the brandy out for drivers and those that don't drink alcohol - you will still have a delicious spiced and decadent drink! Do try to use a high quality and high cocoa solids chocolate - it makes all the difference to the taste! Salut !

    Recipe #272173

    This is a little different, in that you mix the berries and place in the bottom of your glass, then pour the yogurt blend over the top, mixing ever so gently. Enjoy! Adapted from Good Cooking with Jill Dupleix.

    Recipe #293979

    My family always makes this at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Super easy but very tasty!

    Recipe #264260

    Got this out of Canadian Living magazine.

    Recipe #147816

    CAUTION: Highly Addictive! (and no calories if you use diet 7-UP)

    Recipe #220229

    8 Reviews |  By AmyMCGS

    A light, refreshing punch. Clipped this recipe several years ago from a magazine. Cooking time is estimated chill time- can be made and served immediately if desired.

    Recipe #148403

    A variation on the traditional tequila sunrise. For a non-alcoholic version, just leave out the tequila and add extra pineapple juice. Yo can very the quantities to suit your taste :)

    Recipe #269613

    If you like orange and chocolate, you might enjoy this. A luscious, warming hot drink for a cold night. Posted 11-26-04.

    Recipe #112650

    Adapted recipe from Southern Living Cooking School.

    Recipe #78207

    Recipe from First Magazine 7/4/05 in an article regarding the green tea diet. I really enjoy this drink. I have also made it with orange spice flavored green tea and then used unflavored selzer.

    Recipe #324590

    A great way to escape winter's chill - adults only! Make your hot chocolate with water or milk and top with whipped cream or try my Marvellous Marshmellows as a garnish - from Food & Drink magazine.

    Recipe #81236

    7 Reviews |  By twissis

    Found @ Cooks.com when I went searching for recipes to use a nearly full 2 lt bottle of Club Soda guests left for us. (Time does not include standing time). *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #269805

    7 Reviews |  By twissis

    This recipe from the *Nightcaps* section of the Australian Women's Weekly "Cocktail Guide" cookbook would surely be a lovely way to end a romantic evening. *Enjoy* (Note: There is another version of this drink w/the same name already posted, but they are distinctly different.) *Edited to Add* on 9/19/08 -- For any who might be curious about the strength of this cocktail, I ck'd the % of alcohol in ea ingredient & found that Amaretto is 24%, Kahlua 26.5% & Bailey's 17%. As the amts of ea are equal, the % of alcohol by volume is 22.5%. :-) *Further Edit* on 7/3/12 -- While this recipe was found in an Australian cookbook, its ingredients were decidedly more international than they were Australian. Given the choice of Italy for Amaretto, Mexico for Kahlua or Ireland for Baileys ... I opted to pay homage to my Irish roots & include it as part of this ZWT cookbook. :-)

    Recipe #235174

    Picked up on this recipe while cruising the net, then added some personal touches! (NOTE: Taking note of 3 reviews, I decided to eliminate the 1 tablespoon of sugar (optional) in the ingredient list! 5 Nov 08)

    Recipe #295098

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