Cranberry-Lime Margarita Punch

Cranberry-Lime Margarita Punch

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"Make this tangy punch with or without alcohol. Cranberry juice concentrate provides the ruby red color and lime juice the tanginess. Garnish each serving with a lime slice."
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Ingredients

10 m servings
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  1. Combine water, cranberry juice, lime juice and Equal(r) in punch bowl; stir until Equal(r) dissolves. Stir in ice cubes, diet ginger ale and sliced lime; garnish with fresh cranberries if desired.
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  • * May substitute 6 packets Equal(r) sweetener

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Most helpful positive review

Served this at a Southern Living party with Southern Living's Fiesta Chowder. Everyone thought it was a hit and I've passed the recipe along to at least 3 friends. I substituted 4T of sugar fo...

Most helpful critical review

I made this for a get together with friends. It was a nice change.

Served this at a Southern Living party with Southern Living's Fiesta Chowder. Everyone thought it was a hit and I've passed the recipe along to at least 3 friends. I substituted 4T of sugar fo...

I made this punch for Christmas. It is pretty but most important -- has a festive taste. I made it without tequila and those who wanted to mix in something stronger could do so on their own. ...

great recipe. I froze the fruit mixture and let it thaw up to a slush and added gingerale. Everyone enjoyed it up to the last drop. I used sugar and regular gingerale. Made 4 recipes and it serv...

I used 4T of sugar instead and also added just a little extra lime juice. I used more ginger ale as well - just enough to fill up the punch bowl. It was excellent. I served at a shower and every...

I made this for a get together with friends. It was a nice change.

This punch looked and tasted great. It had a bit of kick to it with the lime juice. I forgot to add the sugar on the first batch, but it still tasted great. Very, very good. I will use this ...

I tried this out because I needed a quick and simple punch for my Christmas cookie exchange. I used regular sugar instead of artificial (some people have allergies) and, instead of adding ginge...