From the BJ's Wholesale Club newsletter. "Soup lovers will adore this cheesy take on classic New England chowder. It's so rich and delicious, you'll want to make extra so you can serve it for supper on a chilly winter evening."
This dish is amazing in the summer with fresh produce. You can add other things to the salsa; yellow bell pepper is one of our favorites. Sometimes we use the avocado and sometimes we don't. Prep time does not include 4 hours of chill time.
I cut this recipe out of a magazine. I've never made it, but it looks and sounds amazing! There is a note on the recipe that says you can substitute 1/4 cup raspberry preserves and 1 teaspoon of water for the raspberry-flavored liqueur. It also gives the option of making a Double Raspberry Chocolate Dessert by substituting Hershey's Raspberry Chips for the Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips. ***Prep time does not include several hours of chilling. And since I have never made this dessert, I had to guess at the prep and cook times.
We always serve this punch during the holidays and everyone seems to enjoy it!
This recipe should make enough punch for 3 punch bowls...with 2 bottles of Sprite for each bowl. However, our punch bowl doesn't hold that much liquid, so I usually end up using about 1/3 of the milk mixture to about 1-1/2 bottles of pop. Prep time does not include chilling the milk mixture.
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