Do you have a tree-gazing beverage of choice? You know, a special drink to sit and sip once the tree is decorated and lit. Mine is a pink snow float. Assembly involves a few scoops of peppermint ice cream drenched with ginger ale (of course, if tree decorating is extra-challenging, a splash of gin may also be appropriate). Once the ginger ale is poured, a frothy pink bubblemound will appear at the top! Ginger and peppermint are as easy on my taste buds as they are on my tummy.

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  1. Jenne #
    December 7, 2011

    I must try this, as my first reaction is to think it would taste like Pepto-Bismol. No?

    • Amy #
      December 7, 2011

      No!

      • Amy #
        December 7, 2011

        Jenne, the previous comment is from the elder Margaret – I must still be logged in at her home computer :) Toward the soupy end, the beverage does indeed appear to resemble Pepto! Thankfully, the taste is WAY better – fresh, light and pepperminty.

  2. Amy #
    December 7, 2011

    Michael Bubbles?

    • Amy #
      December 7, 2011

      I think he prefers Scotch..

  3. Hannah #
    December 10, 2011

    This looks fun! I may try it sometime. I like a good vin chaude myself. Or brandynog in a pinch..

    • Amy #
      December 13, 2011

      vin chaude sounds wonderful.. and a fire. hope you are keeping warm and toasty!

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