Festive Milk Punch Recipes
When the forecast calls for an inch of snow, Southerners stampede the grocery store to stock up on milk. So we whipped up frothy cocktails to go with a flurry of Christmas desserts.
Bittersweet cane syrup takes the edge off of this bourbon-lovers' New Orleans-style frozen punch. Make it ahead, and freeze for up to a week. The boozy punch doesn't freeze rock solid, so just set it out as your first guests arrive. Simply give it a quick stir to create an ideal slushy consistency. Keep the punch cold by serving in a chilled metal bowl.
Recipe: Cane Syrup Milk Punch
This punch features all the flavors of the holiday season. For a wintry, festive rim to your milk punch, crush peppermint sticks, dip your cup in corn syrup, and dip again in the peppermint.