"This recipe is great for kids or designated drivers. It is great for all occasions, but it is really popular on New Year's. Serve into ice-filled glasses." — Kina S.
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3 1/2 liters
oranges, sliced into rounds
I give it 5 because it is like the punch I make. I just add 2 quarts Cranberry Juice instead of orange juice, and 1 large can of pineapple Juice and a can of Frozen Lemonade. It is so good! (I still add the fruit, and you can add some orange juice if it is too tart...)
this is just a normal punch recipe could have thought of it my self. But I do like the cherries on top.
We served this to the kids on New Year's Eve and they loved it! I like the fact that it was very easy to make and it was not too sweet either! The fruit makes for a very pretty punch bowl!
This was really good punch. I forgot the orange juice but it was still very tasty.
Instead of orange juice, use Hawaiian Punch (Fruit Juicy Red)
Also, when I make a party punch, I make huge ice cubes so that they don't melt as fast and weaken the punch. I usually use 12 or 16 oz. Solo cups and freeze them the night before, then just pop them into the punch bowl or container and add the punch on top.
I was searching for orange and ginger ale recipes this morning and came across this one. I decided to make it because it is relatively easy and quick. I used frozen orange concentrate and made the juice in my blender. I poured the juice into a glass and added the ginger ale to it. The cherries of course sink to the bottom on the glass but they are rather delicious to eat at the end. I scaled this recipe back to two servings and it would be great to make for a party.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Non-Alcoholic New Years Eve Punch
Serving Size: 1/15 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 15
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 3
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