Chilled Christmas Punch

Chilled Christmas Punch

"A blend of juices gives this punch a little pizzazz. For a more tart flavor, substitute cranberry juice for the cran-apple juice. --Edna Hoffman, Hebron, Indiana"
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10 m servings
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Original recipe yields 15 servings

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  1. In a saucepan, bring the water, sugar and cinnamon to a boil; stir until sugar is dissolved. Chill. Just before serving, combine the syrup mixture, juices and ginger ale in a punch bowl or large pitcher. Serve over ice.

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I made this for my Christmas party and it was a big hit. Here's a tip though, double the recipe if you are making it for more than 6 people. Also, leave a bottle of rum next to the bowl for pe...

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I like the flavor in general, but it was far too sweet. I think cutting the amount of sugar way down would have helped, or maybe using club soda in place of ginger ale...it was like liquid cand...

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I made this for my Christmas party and it was a big hit. Here's a tip though, double the recipe if you are making it for more than 6 people. Also, leave a bottle of rum next to the bowl for pe...

This recipe is great! If you are looking for a party punch that has a little hint of Christmas spice this is what you are looking for. I just had a Christmas party with about 30 people and EVERY...

What a giant hit! I just served this today for my Sunday school class and this is all they drank. I had coffee and OJ too, but this is all they touched. I highly recommend it. I made an ice rin...

People were asking me for the recipe by the time they had finished their first glass. I used frozen pineapple juice so that it would chill the punch a little faster. It is named "Christmas Punc...

I like the flavor in general, but it was far too sweet. I think cutting the amount of sugar way down would have helped, or maybe using club soda in place of ginger ale...it was like liquid cand...

Served at a ladies' cookie exchange and it was a hit exactly as written. "delightful, refreshing" were some comments, cinnamon in simple syrup was secret ingredient. It sounds weird, but tastes ...

I made this last year for Christmas Eve. Everyone loved it and it will definitely become a holiday tradition in our family. The punch bowl was completely empty at the end of the night! The ci...

Very good. None left at the end of the evening. Tripled the servings for 12 guests. Used cranberry juice cocktail and made an ice ring by slicing oranges and lemons and freezing them in a pla...

I've made this punch the last couple Christmases and everyone loves it. It's also easy to make.

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