Recipe by Kerri MacDonald
"A delicious alcoholic beverage that's not too strong. A combination of Southern Comfort and citrus juices."
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1 (750 milliliter) bottle
Southern Comfort liqueur
6 fluid ounces
1 (6 ounce) can
frozen lemonade concentrate, thawed
1 (6 ounce) can
frozen orange juice concentrate
lemon-lime flavored carbonated beverage
red food coloring
orange, sliced into rounds
lemon, sliced into rounds
We've been making this punch for at least 20 years and it ROCKS! I don't know who kerri is, but this is the original southern comfort recipe. You have to watch out for the people who don't drink or aren't uses to drinking because this can pack a wallop. It's decieving because its sweet and smooth going down. The effects aren't felt until you stand up.---Watch grandma by the punch bowl! lol PS we always added a full jar of maraschino cherries to the bowl
This made the family dysfunction a lot more tolerable. Thanks for a great recipe. No hangover either.
I used this last nite for a dinner party and it went down REALLY well! In fact, so well that I had 2 make another bowl when it was finished. My sisters and her friends (that are 11 yrs old)had a taste and they loved it too.....so it must have been good. I think every1 should use this! I'm going to continue!
To be honest with you, I have been making this now for a few years. Thanks to this website. Since our family travels quite a bit for the holidays to different parties and such, I make this for Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Years... For a different crowd to each. EVERYONE RAVES about this punch, I have to make recipe cards each year to pass out because after the first year my hand was cramped from writing it down so many times. Over the years I have tweaked it.. I buy either 7-up Pomegranate or Sierra Mist with Cranberry (for color and taste) and I get pink lemonade (helps with the color as well) (No red food dye is needed this way) Again many thanks to Kerri and her Fantastic recipe!!
My name is Kerri as well so I thought it was a given I had to make this punch. It was very yummy and a hit at my new year's eve party. I will make it for every party now. I had to give it one star for kid friendly because it had alcohol in it but if it didn't kids would love it!
I used this for a shower. It was a big hit! Everyone wanted the recipe. I only put a half bottle of liquor, and added cherries. I will positively do it again
This was a HUGE hit at my party this weekend. I didn't bother adding the food coloring, and it still looked pretty with all the garnishes floating in it. The only problem was that I ran out halfway through the night and everyone was begging for more!
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