Recipe by MULETEER
"This fresh, sweet nonalcoholic drink is beautiful in a punch bowl and will have your guests coming back for more and more!"
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1 (2 liter) bottle
lemon-lime flavored carbonated beverage
instant tea powder
oranges, sliced into rounds
lemon, sliced into rounds
it tasted great, thanks for the recipe
Maybe I did something wrong. Thank God I had enough other beverages because I couldn't in good conscience give it to my guests.
I made this for 50 teachers and ran out in 20 minutes!!! I did add a little more fruit like sliced strawberries,frozen grapes and kiwi. It was beautiful and taste awesome!!!! I am a personal chef and will use this again and again!!! Thank you so much for making me look good in my work!!!
We loved this. I used a raspberry flavored tea, as that's what I had on hand. So refreshing. Thanks!
Honestly, this was the most disgusting thing I've ever made. I went with the reviews and offered it to my group without trying it first and was embarassed at how bad it tasted. I would not recommend this AT ALL!
I needed a quick and easy punch recipe for an impromptu baby shower, and this was PERFECT! I took the advice of some of the other reviewers and used instant peach tea mix, and I added red grapes in addition to the lemons and oranges. It was a HUGE hit! I'll surely make this one again!
I made this diabetic friendly with diet 7-up and lemon flavoured tea powder, it was a big hit, appealed to both kids and adults...the only problem I had was that whether I added the powder to the 7-up or the 7-up to the powder it fizzed up like crazy and it was a pain to get rid of the rather ugly brown fizz before the guests arrived! That might be a problem only with using diet beverages in the recipe. Will definately make again!
It was a huge hit at a family party! I added strawberries & frozen green grapes and I cut the citrus in wedges, they were so good to eat. I made three batches (all I had) and that was perfect for 12 people. I added less fruit to each additional batch as there was some left over each time.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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