Juicy Fruit Punch with Champagne

Juicy Fruit Punch with Champagne

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"This is a great adult punch for any time you want to celebrate. Orange, cranberry, apple and a splash of pineapple juice combine with champagne and sliced strawberries."
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Ingredients

10 m servings
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  1. In a bowl or pitcher, combine the orange, cranberry, apple and pineapple juices.
  2. Pour in the lemon-lime flavored carbonated beverage, champagne, and frozen strawberries. Wait a minute or two for the strawberries to moisten up, then pour into glasses and serve.

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Most helpful positive review

I had this at my bridal shower and it was a hit, I also made a "virgin" version for my wedding reseption for the non-drinkers and I had a lot of complements! Thanks!

Most helpful critical review

Made this for Christmas was a big hit very light and refreshing. Definetly a keeper.

I had this at my bridal shower and it was a hit, I also made a "virgin" version for my wedding reseption for the non-drinkers and I had a lot of complements! Thanks!

Made this for Christmas was a big hit very light and refreshing. Definetly a keeper.

Some friends gave me a puchbowl fountain for Christmas. So I decided to christen it with this punch on New Year's Eve. This was refreshing and a very pretty colour. My guests enjoyed it. Many Th...

I served this at our last dinner party and it was a super hit to the extent that I only shipped it from my husband's glass who was not willing to share much...It was gone with in first hour of t...

I loved the title of this recipe and have wanted to make it for some time. It was a lovely Mother's day drink.

I made this for a Halloween party and everyone said it was delicious. I will say, however, it isn't the most attractive color, especially with the floating strawberries BUT that's not really imp...

I served this at my wedding and my guest loved it. It was easy and inexpensive way to quench their thirst. Its also a pretty color. I served it in a punch fountain.