Saturday, December 23, 2006

Saturday Sips: Champola

Dessert, vitamins, AND a drink in one? Oh yes, my sweets, nothing but the finest.

*Makes one drink

Champola
2 ounces acerola or cherry juice
2 ounces Puerto Rican rum
1 scoop vanilla ice cream

Combine juice & rum in a serving glass. Add ice cream & serve.

Acerola, also known as the Puerto Rican cherry, is abundant throughout the country. Lighter in color & more pungent than the Bing or Lambert cherries commonly found in the US, the acerola has among the highest concestrations of vitamin C of any known fruit. While the use of the acerola juice will make this recipe more unusual & authentic, any variety of cherry, black cherry, or even orange juice will work well as a substitute.

Cheers, girls! If you have a great sip recipe, do share!

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At 10:43 AM, Blogger ablondeblogger

First of all....I LOVE this template!! Secondly, thank God that Breyers makes lactose-free vanilla ice cream so that I can try this drink (otherwise I'd be puking my guts out....well, maybe I'll be doing that anyway if they're as good as they sound...don't think I could limit myself to just one!)

Merry Christmas, my fellow blonde friend! :)

 

At 5:20 AM, Anonymous Anonymous

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