It’s a little less than a month away from one of the most polarizing holidays, with some believing it’s not even an actual holiday.
I’m talking about Valentine’s Day.
Valentines or Galentine's?
Whether you’re excited to get a card and candy from that special someone or focusing on being around good friends for a Galentine’s event (first introduced in 2010 and made popular from the TV series Parks and Recreation, there is one aspect that brings both celebrations together: food.
If you’re a traditionalist, chocolate, pasta, and strawberries may be at the top of your menu, and the one we've curated is no exception.
We’re always looking for easy recipes that take advantage of food storage and pantry staples. We’ve gathered recipes to create a menu for a low-stress celebration.
The menu (full recipes! download for free!)
We’ll be dropping 1 recipe each week until Feb 14th, and we’re starting with a punch recipe to set the tone for a sweet and bubbly event.
First up, the drink
Perhaps you’ve heard of Rainbow Punch, Sherbet Pink Punch, Lemon-Lime Punch, etc. With countless variations, it goes by many names depending on what flavor of sherbet and soda you combine to create a fun, frothy, two-layered drink kids and adults will love!
It’s easy, fast, and crowd-pleasing. You can serve it individually or dump all the ingredients in a large punch bowl and have guests serve themselves.
Try adding some free-dried raspberries; they make the perfect addition to this punch and make a beautiful presentation; they also have an incredibly long shelf life and make delicious snacks while preparing the rest of the meal. Yum.
What do you think?
Have you ever made this punch? Do you have a different drink you like to make?