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23 Responses

  1. Abby

    I don’t drink cow’s milk or sweet things like flavored creamer, but if you sub in cider for those and add a cinnamon stick with the rum, I’m there. Or better yet, just sub in vodka and a little lime juice.

    Wait…that’s nothing like what you suggested. Oh well. You can have your redneck punch. I’ll have my Vodka gimmlet and we’ll laugh and laugh…

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    • Amy Vansant

      I have also been doing a lot of the cider things as well. It was when I ran out, that I came up with this!

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  2. Kristen Pelfrey

    Milk punch is a great concept that hasn’t really come into its own in California.
    I should try to start the trend.

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    • Amy Vansant

      Then they can call you Kristen: “Originator of the California Milk Punch.” I’m going to guess that is soy milk.

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  3. Basia

    In Poland, we did some nifty things with milk as well, such as drinking it with garlic to get rid of a cold or a bunch of raw yeast to get ride of teenage acne (um, good one, Poland, I’m pretty sure you’re responsible for me not having a boyfriend till age 19). I don’t do dairy, but I love pumpkin-flavored anything so I’d love to try a variation of this someday, maybe with almond milk – thanks!

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    • Amy Vansant

      I thought I already ate garlic with everything… Garlic milk… hm… can’t wait until my next cold!

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    • Amy Vansant

      I just added fall flavors so I didn’t accidentally think I was in Jamaica, and then get depressed when I realized I was just here as usual. 🙂

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  4. Mary

    This is dang creative. I bet kahlua would be killer with your invention.

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  5. Misty

    That sounds REALLY good!!!! We, being true rednecks, always bring cocktails with us when we ride horses. One lady we rode with brought chocolate milk and vodka!!! I couldn’t bring myself to try it since I had some perfectly good Long Island Iced Tea in my saddlebags. 🙂

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    • Amy Vansant

      Vodka and chocolate milk… I could do that… definitely. I grew up riding so I’d appreciate that and gladly supply the flasks!

      Oh, and I currently have all those milk punches I drank last weekend in my saddlebags too. 🙂

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  6. Lance

    Dude, if I came over to your house or vice versa and you DIDNT serve me this drink, I’d take my shirt off and throw a tantrum til the COPS tv show came and threw me the back of a cruiser.

    that sounds, looks, and evokes deliciousness

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  7. Pickleope

    That sounds like it could be good going down, but not being one for moderation, I’m worried about the curds coming back up. In response to Jules, if you go with vodka, it’s basically a White Russian…who are their own special breed of redneck.

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  8. Angela Watts

    This is exactly what I drink most of the time. Milk plus alcohol and sometimes a squirt of chocolate syrup.

    I started with being lazy about actually making my mudslides….so I added the mix to some milk instead of crushed ice in a blender.

    Chocolate or coffee milk with vanilla vodka works well. I just bought a caramel apple liquor the other week that was yummy as well. Frangelico and amaretto are also yummy. And who can forget the lovely Godiva vodkas (as opposed to their liquors)…chocolate or chocolate raspberry.I saw a pumpkin cream liquor that would have been nice as well, but I have pumpkin spice syrup I made for my coffee so that plus vodka will have to do.

    My husband is always worrying about the alcohol+milk thing, but I’ve never had an issue and I’ve been drinking it this was for almost a decade now.

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  9. Christine

    We make something similar in a chocolate version with milk, bourbon, Kahlua, International Delight Hershey’s Chocolate Caramel coffee creamer, vanilla butternut extract and a little cinnamon thrown in the blender with some ice. Redneck adult milkshakes. Mmm… tasty.

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    • Amy Vansant

      That sounds AMAZING. Please send me a thermos of it A. because it sound delicious and B because I haven’t seen a thermos since 3rd grade and I think it would be cool…

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