I got this recipe from the caterer at a friends wedding. This is a big crowd pleaser. My daughter requests this punch every year for her birthday. Needs to freeze atleast overnight, preferably 24 hours, so plan ahead!
I know, I know. Everyone claims the best sweet tea around. I only say mine is best because everyone, and I do mean everyone... says so (so far, but now it's posted so that may change). Posted by request. Sometimes we will substitute two of the Lipton tea bags for two green tea bags which gives this tea another wonderful flavor. SOME TEA 'BAG' HISTORY: Tea 'bags' were originally created by manufacturers as 'samples' of their fine teas and given to the distributors to boost sales.
From www.TopSecretRecipes.com I LOVE Lipton Diet Green Tea with Citrus. I searched for a copycat recipe, and posted it here: Recipe#261587. But I couldn't find the exact ingredients, so I modified what I could find and found that, although it doesn't taste exactly the same, it does have a similar taste and is equally delicious. The cost per serving is much less when you make it yourself, so I don't feel as badly about drinking as much of it as I do! I hope you'll try either this recipe, or the original one that was free on the Top Secret Web Site.
This is a YUMMY punch to serve at your next Halloween or Holiday Party! Just change the colors of the Kool Aid Mix to coordinate with your holiday theme. Freezing of the punch and thaw time are not calculated for this recipe.
This is a great party drink recipe. You need to make it at least a day in advance. I like to leave a container of this mix in my freezer during the hot summer months. Whenever friends pop by (or if you've had a hard day!); it's easy to scoop out into glasses, add 7up or gingerale and you have a refreshing drink! I'm guessing at the serving amount, I just know that it makes A LOT!
This was a favorite recipe served every year at my piano teacher's Christmas recital. The crowd would endure almost anything to get some of this punch....it's that good!
It took an act of Congress for me to finally wrangle this recipe out of her, so I hope you enjoy it.
This is so easy! So refreshing! If you want to "kick it up a notch," you can add your favorite spirit (alcohol). From Betty Crocker. You can also change the cranberry juice for another type of juice, such as, cran-raspberry or cran-apple.
We have Innocent fruit drinks in the UK which I love - they're all fruit and absolutely nothing else. They are also really expensive, so I like to make my own versions. They're really simple and really cheap to make in the summer (more so if you grow your own fruit!). This is my fave recipe...