Seriously, a recipe today! :D I drafted this November 14th so it’s about time I posted it-lol. I’ve shared a few of my friend, Teri’s, recipes before (see them all here), and this one is just as wonderful as the others. She made this punch for my last baby shower and it was delicious! I’m sure once you scan the ingredients, you won’t have a hard time figuring out why. It’s very decadent! She also made it for her daughter’s wedding and the holiday party at her home last week, and I think it’s great for any occassion. New Year’s Eve, maybe? :)
Chocolate Mocha Punch
Printable recipe with picture
3 quarts water
1 cup Nesquik
1 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup instant coffee granules (decaf is fine)
1/2 gallon vanilla ice cream
1/2 gallon chocolate ice cream
2 cups whipped cream (Teri uses Cool Whip)
Chocolate curls for garnish
In a large saucepan, bring the water to a boil. Remove from heat and add Nesquik, sugar and coffee; stir until dissolved. Cover and refrigerate for 4 hours or overnight. About 30 minutes before serving, pour into a punch bowl. Add ice cream by scoopfuls, stir until partially melted. Garnish with dollops of whipped cream and chocolate curls.
This looks so good! My niece is due to have a baby around January 25 and we are waiting to have the baby shower until she is has the baby and is off work. I’m going to add this to my party menu. Good to see you blogging, Veronica!
Holy Jamolie!!!! What is too decadent. Hope you can post again soon. We all selfishly miss you but definitely share in your joy of the new baybay!!!!!! Happy New Year, Veronica
What a unique punch Veronica. I get tired of the same old thing, this one looks like dessert!
Oh, this sounds wonderful. Happy New Year to you and your little family.
Hi Veronica! I have been making this punch since I first spotted it in a Taste of Home magazine years ago. I have never met anyone who does not love it. Children like it too, so I use decaffeinated coffee in mine. I usually make it for Christmas, but it would be great for a wedding, baby shower, birthday party, I’m home alone and no one will ever know :) or any special occasion. Or who needs a special occasion :) Sometimes I lightly drizzle the dollops of whipped cream with chocolate syrup instead of the chocolate curls. It is delicious and one of my all time favorite recipes! I like the fact that you can mix the chocolate base mixture a day ahead and store it overnight in the refrigerator. I like to put mine in the freezer for about 1 to 1-1/2 hours before serving so it is nice and cold, I set the timer so I don’t forget about it. I think everyone should make this for their New Years celebration and make it a part of their New Years resolution each year from now on. It is delicious! Happiest New Year to you and your family!
Ohhhh it looks so good! Happy New Year to you and the fam :) You are one of my favorite blogs and I appreciate all the recipes and posts about your family.
Oh my goodness that sounds amazing…decadent for sure. I am definitely pinning this one. LOVE your Christmas card photo of your heavenly bundle. Thinking of you lots…enjoy a beautifully blessed new year celebration. We’ll be in touch regularly again soon, I’m sure. Hugs to you Dear Friend. XO
Oh my goodness! This punch looks delicious! ( I love Chocolate!! )
Happy New Year!
how fabulous! i can’t wait to try this out :)