A tropical cocktail(in this case a mocktail), usually made with orange, pineapple and cranberry juice with vodka, rum, tequila, Amaretto and orange liqueur. I have tweaked to make non alcoholic. Enjoy!
A nice party punch for Christmas or any time. (I have no idea why this has a Hawaiian title - one would think it should contain pineapple juice or something else more tropical... hmm, might have to add pineapple juice myself!!)
This is from a U of Hawaii website. Evidently the kamaboko available in Hawaii is much larger that the crab sticks that are available in the US midwest, but I hope they will be an acceptable substitute. Since there is such a strong Japanese influence on the culture of Hawaii, I'm including this for ZWT 7.
A refreshing dessert using light ingredients. It isn't as "creamy" as ice cream using heavy cream, but the flavor is good and it is only 3 WW points as written and only 2 WW points if using 1 cup half and half and 1 cup low-fat milk.
This was the featured recipe on Rachael Ray today. I've been experimenting with cast iron cooking, so this adapted perfectly. (Rachael didn't use cast iron.) Plus, I had most of the ingredients already! Hubby called this "a keeper"!
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