Recipe by Queenie
"A wonderful, light and refreshing party punch. Serve over the rocks or chilled."
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2 (64 fluid ounce) bottles
cranberry-apple juice, chilled
1 (2 liter) bottle
ginger ale, chilled
This couldn't be simpler. Really any kind of juice will work. I made it with White cranberry apple juice for my daughter's first birthday party. There was none left over. I went with the White cranberry to be practical. However, if you are making for an adult party, I would recommend going with the regular juice for color.
This is always gone at any party I use it for. I have tried this several time swith different kids of juices (per the advice of Navy Mommy), and it really does work with any kind of juice. I do like some better than others, but all turn out well. Thanks for the post.
Good! Made it for a couple of showers and always get lots of compliments.
This punch made quite a hit at a party I gave. I made extra and froze it in a rubber star mold. After it was frozen, I popped it into the punch. Better than ice-cubes which serve only to dilute it and better than using a rubber glove as shown in the picture.....unless you are using it for a Halloween party.
I made this punch for an event last night and everybody loved it....they thought it had alcohol in it.. i added a small bottle of white grape juice..it was great!!!!
This is also good using cran-raspberry juice cocktail. That is my favorite!
Outstanding. We made this for a retirement party and people raved about it. So easy!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Party Punch VII
Serving Size: 1/32 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 32
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 0
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