Frozen christmas wreath
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Frozen christmas wreath
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:55:41 AM. Recipe ID 17622. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Frozen christmas wreath
 Categories: Beverages, Can living, Christmas
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
           -Water;boiled and cooled
           Fresh or frozen cranberries
      1 bn Mint sprigs, fresh
      2    Lemons
 
  Freeze this floating ring in stage so decoration don't rise to the
  top and add to a holiday punch bowl. NEVER use real holly; it is
  poisonous.
  
  In a 10 inch ring mold, freeze 1/4 inch water until solid. Pour 1/8"
  cluster of 3 cranberries around inner edge of mould and freeze till
  solid. Repeat with second 1/8th inch layer of water and cranberries
  around outer edge of mould; freeze. Repeat water layer; arrange tiny
  clusters of mint and single leaves face down among berry clusters to
  look like holly. Freeze. Using stripper and working from top to
  bottom, cut 8 evenly spaced ridges out of rind of each lemon; cut
  each lemon into 8 thin rounds. Pour 1/8 inch water into mould;
  arrange overlapping lemon slices all around mould. Tuck in mint
  leaves, face down; freeze. Repeat pouring in water; arrange ring of
  cranberries against outer edge of mould and freeze. If necessary pour
  in water to top of mould; freeze. To unmould, dip ring into cold
  water for 30 seconds; invert on plate and unmould. Slide into punch,
  rounded side up. MAKES: 1 ring
  




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Recipe ID 17622 (Apr 03, 2005)

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