Recipe by Mathilda
"A light and refreshing non-alcoholic punch."
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1 (6 ounce) can
frozen lemonade concentrate
2 (750 milliliter) bottles
sparkling apple cider
I chose this punch to serve at my daughters wedding based on the previous reviews and the fact that I had a surplus of sparkling cider. I have a warning for you-if you make this make about triple the recipe for the number of people you have. The recipe makes plenty however this punch is SO good and people like it SO much it goes fast! We actually ran out of punch even though I had doubled the recipe for the number expected. Everyone LOVED it!
I catered a friend's bridal shower and made this punch. I was a little underwhelmed with the taste. It was just kind of bland, I thought. I also served a lemonade/ice tea mix at the shower, and that was the more popular drink.
I used this for a Girl Baby Shower with pink lemonade and it was perfect! I was surprised by the perfect blend of this recipe. It wasn't too sweet or too tart. I didn't add any extra sugar to mine and I loved it.
I made this punch for a bridal shower last week and everyone loved it. We couldn't get the punch bowl refilled fast enough!
I made this punch for the holidays and when I went to the grocery store I forgot my list so I had to "wing it" and for some reason I could have sworn the recipe called for limes and when I reread I saw that it didn't. I still put them in the punch bowl with everything else it made a nice presentation. I did not add all the sugar at one time I added to taste and did not end of using all of it. I would suggest keeping all ingredients on hand I had to make a couple of bowlfuls, definetly a keeper.
I served this at a baby shower that I threw along w/ tea & coffee & we went through 2 punch bowls of this w/o even touching the other drinks. It is fantastic! It would be really good w/ champagne instead of the sparkling cider for a wedding shower too. Everyone wanted the recipe. This is one of those rare punches that doesn't leave you feeling thirsty.
Light & refreshing! Punch has been a hit everytime I've served it. I always seem to run out not matter how much I make. Will make again & again.
Served this punch at my daughter's bridal shower. Everyone enjoyed it a lot. Probable will add the sugar before the water & cider next time, just to get it blended better, but good recipe. Thanks.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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