Recipe by Denyse
"Yummy bubbly punch that you see at all the great baby and bridal showers! This punch looks and tastes great and doesn't really take a lot of work. Don't be afraid to experiment with different juice flavors, ice cube fruits and sherbets."
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2 (12 fluid ounce) cans
frozen concentrated grape juice
1 (12 fluid ounce) can
frozen concentrated fruit punch
lemon-lime flavored carbonated beverage
I have never made punch before & was having a party on 2/13. With all the great reviews I figured I had to try it. I used 2 cans Welch's White Grape Juice & 1 can Passion Fruit Juice (instead of fruit punch). I used the lemon-lime soda and raspberry sherbert but I skipped the lemons and ice. No only was it great, everyone loved it and several people asked for the recipe. I would definately make it again.
I didn't think it was all that exciting.
It was good, but I've had alot better.
I used this at an outdoor wedding, and both adults and kids went crazy for this punch. Follow the recipe's suggestion of making the punch in small batches, because people really preferred the punch while it was very fizzy. The fizz lasts maybe 5 minutes, and after that the taste does not change, but the presentation does. To make the small batches, I mixed the thawed juice concentrates together and then divided them into small Ziplock bags. I also used a melon ball scoop to make small balls of raspberry sorbet, which I also put into small Ziplock bags. Lastly, I divided up the ice cubes into small bags. Doing so made the punch-making process quick, easy, and clean, as I only had to open up one bag of concentrate, sorbet, and ice cubes per punch bowl and then pour soda on top. Even if you don't follow all of my suggestions, I highly recommend that you at least divide up the juice concentrate as it will stain, and you don't want that problem!! By the way, these servings are small and are made to fit small punch glasses. Expect to use three or four of these servings per adult.
I hosted a bridal shower last weekend and quickly needed a great punch recipe. I got lucky when I found this one! I used the WHITE grape juice and PASSION fruit punch and the color was a nice pink. I couldn't fill the punch bowl quickly enough.....and I didn't even have time to use the lemons.
Thank you Denyse! ;)
This is a great punch. I used white grape juice and when I began mixing it I realized that I had grabbed a white grape juice with cranberry by mistake. It didn't matter. It was still great! Because we were in a time crunch we didn't freeze the lemons, we just sliced them and floated them on top. It was pretty and tasty. Thank you! This is my punch recipe from now on!!!
Based on the high ratings, I picked this for a baby shower and it was wonderful. It was a small shower, so I cut the recipe in half and based on other suggestions, put sliced lemons in the glasses instead of taking the ice cube route. It was great, easy and very popular with the guests. I will definitely use this recipe in the future!
Thanks Denyse, you completly saved me I had to cater for 150 people and need the perfect drink. I made it without even trying it before hand, and it turned out great. Thanks to the others to rated it high, I can always count on the readers to lead me to the right recipe!
I used this recipe for my daughters sweet sixteen party . About 70 people in attendance . It was a complete success. Everyone commented on it . Excellent recipe. The color is very pretty also!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Party Punch I
Serving Size: 1/192 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 192
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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