Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Vanilla Milk Punch

This super simple recipe can be made with 2 ingredients, but is even better if you spring for all 4. Vanilla milk punch is slightly sweet and really tasty, top it with whipped cream and sprinkles to make it an extra festive treat.

This post is sponsored in conjunction with ChristmasSweetsWeek. I received product samples from sponsor companies to aid in the creation of the ChristmasSweetsWeek recipes. All opinions are mine alone.



     Sometimes we want something extra fun and festive but don't want to put a ton of effort into it.  This fun vanilla milk punch meets that need. Just mix together two ingredients for the base, then top with whipped cream and sprinkles to make it extra special. It is great warm or cold and can be made single serve or for a crowd.


     If you are looking for something fun and different to serve with your Christmas cookies or holiday brunch, this vanilla snowstorm punch is just the thing. It is great for children and adults alike!



     It really doesn't get any more simple than this. Adding vanilla Torani syrup to milk gives it just enough vanilla flavor and sweetness. There is no need for anything else.

     The fact that it only takes two ingredients like that makes it super simple to make just for yourself or for a whole group. Just scale it for single serve or for a whole bunch, it takes the same amount of time.



     A fun drink is always better in a great glass. These stemless martini glasses from Joyjolt make the drink extra fancy and fun easily.  Plus they are going to be fabulous for plenty of other drinks, puddings and parfaits.

    They have a whole line of fun glass drinkware and each are more fun than the next. You can check them out and get an extra 25% off on their site now with the code Sweets25.  The glasses I used are called Afina and we love them already.



     Anything is more fun with whipped cream and sprinkles on top. Super fun sprinkles make it extra super fun too! This Mean One mix from Sweets and Treats was perfect for our Grinch loving house.

      We enjoyed our glasses of vanilla milk punch so much, proving things don't have to be complicated at all to be good. Warm up the milk first for a completely different but also great treat. Then dunk away with those cookies!

This super simple recipe can be made with 2 ingredients, but is even better if you spring for all 4. Vanilla milk punch is slightly sweet and really tasty, top it with whipped cream and sprinkles to make it an extra festive treat.


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drinks
American
Yield: 1 serving

Vanilla Milk Punch

This super simple recipe can be made with 2 ingredients, but is even better if you spring for all 4. Vanilla milk punch is slightly sweet and really tasty, top it with whipped cream and sprinkles to make it an extra festive treat.
prep time: 3 minscook time: 1 minstotal time: 4 mins

ingredients:


  • 3/4 cup milk
  • 1 Tablespoon vanilla Torani syrup
  • Whipped Cream 
  • Sprinkles 

instructions

Cold vanilla milk:
  1. Stir together cold milk and vanilla syrup. 
  2. Top with whipped cream and sprinkles. 
Warm vanilla milk:
  1. Heat milk until just steaming in either a saucepan or the microwave. 
  2. Stir in the vanilla syrup. 
  3. Top with whipped cream and sprinkles. 
Created using The Recipes Generator






#ChristmasSweetsWeek recipes:

Beverages:

Candy Cane Crunch Milkshake from The Redhead Baker

Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate Toddy from Strawberry Blondie Kitchen

Frozen Blue Hot Chocolate from For the Love of Food

Grumpy Grinch Punch from For the Love of Food

Merry Mistletoe Cocktail from Who Needs A Cape?

Raspberry Thyme Prosecco Punch from Take Two Tapas

Vanilla Milk Punch from Cooking with Carlee



Breakfast:

Cranberry Orange Make Ahead French Toast Bake from With Two Spoons

Candies:

Cookie Butter Balls from The Bitter Side of Sweet

Homemade Peppermint Patties from Everyday Eileen

White Chocolate Bark from Family Around the Table



Desserts:

Apple Cheddar Hand Pies from A Kitchen Hoor's Adventures

Sparkling Wine, Cranberry, and White Chocolate Layer Cake from Cheese Curd in Paradise

Chocolate Orange Crinkle Cookies from Kate's Recipe Box

Chocolate Hazelnut Truffle Tart from Rants From My Crazy Kitchen

Cranberry Orange Crinkle Meltawats from Love and Confections

Double Chocolate Mousse Cake from The Crumby Kitchen

Gingerbread Cookie Cups from Moore or Less Cooking

Gingerbread Sprinkle Cookies from Daily Dish Recipes

Grandma's Chocolate Pie from Tip Garden

Italian Butter Cookies from April Golightly

No Bake Eggnog Pie from Our Good Life

Orange Cranberry White Chocolate Bread from Sweet Beginnings




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10 comments:

  1. Now, there's a punch even the Grinch would love. SO FESTIVE!!!

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    1. And couldn't be any easier. Little dude has been loving it, especially when he gets to do his own sprinkles!

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  2. I love classic decorated sugar cookies. They are fun and festive this time of year. A tradition from my husband's family is making pizelle cookies each year. The whole family enjoys them.

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    1. I love sugar cookies too! I need a pizelle tradition in my life!

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  3. Traditional and new! My favorite Christmas treat is fudge because it's the only time during the year that I make it.

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    1. I never think of it other than at Christmas either, but I think that is part of what makes is special.

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  4. I have everything but sprinkles already on hand! Thanks for sharing at #HomeMattersParty

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  5. I make chocolate fudge like my Mama made!

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