"A good baby-shower punch that looks especially good when served with an ice ring." — DOLFIN458
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2 (2 liter) bottles
ginger ale, chilled
1 (46 fluid ounce) can
pineapple juice, chilled
1 (64 fluid ounce) bottle
white grape juice, chilled
Served this at a baby shower, it wasn't too sweet or too tart. Perfect! I used cranberry gingerale which gave the punch a kind of pinkish tint and froze the gingerale in a bundt pan, which made a really pretty ice ring. Everyone loved it.
I didn't think this was anything special. I didnt do the ginger ale ring. Maybe thats what makes all the difference.
I used this recipe for a bridal shower. It met such rave reviews, the bride decided to use it for the wedding. All in attendance at the wedding were very impressed. Using fruit in the icering was pretty and very tasty once the ice melted.
I recently served this punch at a party and it was a big hit!!! It was easy to prepare. The ice ring elegant added an elegant touch to my punch bowl. I had to keep refilling it for my guests which was an indication of how much they liked it. It was thoroughly enjoyed by all!!!!
I thought this was a great and easy punch and it made a lot. We ended up with leftovers because we had a small crowd. My husband and I froze half of a 2L of Ginger Ale in ice cube trays and the other half we left in the bottle and froze. Then we cut the bottle away and floated that in the punch. It didn't look as pretty as ring might of, but our round (fluted) cake pan is two parts and we figured the ginger ale would run out. After the frozen giger ale thawed, it turned the punch slushy and made it even better. I will definatley make this again!!
I served this at my son's first birthday party yesterday. I needed a clear punch because of the kids that would be here. It was perfect... the punch bowl was completely empty at the end of the party! Everyone RAVED & several have already asked me for the recipe... Men & women liked it... not too sweet... just perfect! :-)
We used this for my own wedding reception. Looked elegant and tasted great. I would highly recommend it if you are looking for a punch for a more elegant occasion.
I picked this recipe recently for my niece's shower because of the lack of color. My niece's wedding colors are mocha & champagne. Everyone loved it! Besides it looking beautiful it was so tasty but not too sweet. Here in Texas it has been extremely hot this summer so this was a real hit on a very hot day!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/40 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 40
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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