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    Mainly punch ideas for our upcoming wedding

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    7 Reviews |  By mmlwjr

    This is very tasty, I know some who add vodka or gin but it is good this way too

    Recipe #79632

    This is so easy and so good. I have served this at bridal showers and baby showers and even a wedding reception for 100 people! Very easy to double or triple recipe. Really nice on a hot day for back yard BBQ's! Just put in large pitcher. This also makes a fantastic mixer with limon Bicardi! MMM Good.

    Recipe #117796

    Easy and very delicious!

    Recipe #96989

    Lightly fizzy with lots of flavour. My boys love it. I refrigerate it in a 2 litre(1/2 gallon) pop bottle - keeps the fizz in it. Ds#1 calls it "special juice". This would be great in a punch bowl, too. Just add the ginger-ale when serving.

    Recipe #90380

    Try something a little different! I keep this in the fridge in pop bottles to keep the fizz in. This would also be good in a punch bowl. Just add the pop when serving.

    Recipe #90802

    Delightfully tart, very refreshing. I mix this in a huge mixing bowl, then refrigerate it in two (2 litre) pop bottles. I use a funnel and a ladle to get it in there. The pop bottles really help keep it from going flat. This is, of course, great in a punch bowl. Add the gingerale just before serving, and some ice to the bowl.

    Recipe #90466

    A combination of lemonade, pineapple, apricot and Ginger ale. Great non-alcoholic drink for your next Luau!

    Recipe #32098

    This is a very simple, but tasty punch. It is also fairly inexpensive, which is great when a large quantity is needed. You can changed the flavor of drink mix used in order to obtain a desired color of punch. I recommend freezing rings of pineapple juice or the punch for use in chilling in the punchbowl.

    Recipe #86863

    This bit of bubbly is for the adult crowd. If you put it in a punch fountain do not use fruit in the distilled water ice ring/ blocks.

    Recipe #26298

    8 Reviews |  By Bev

    The holidays are quickly approaching! Prep time includes time to chill, Baby, chill! From Gourmet Magazine

    Recipe #44087

    This is a delicious fruity punch that has a beautiful color.

    Recipe #29060

    This recipe come from the Picnic Cafe in Nashville, TN. They are famous for this tea punch! This recipe is easy to double or even quadruple for large crowds.

    Recipe #26789

    Our Christmas get togethers start off with this punch. The first Christmas I served this punch:It was not until clean up time that I realized I didn't add the ginger ale. No one knew the difference. It serves 50 and it was gone in a blink. I have remembered to add the ale since. I found this in 1997 St.Francis Families II cookbook.

    Recipe #43225

    2 Reviews |  By Nisha

    another yummy from kraft food and family site!

    Recipe #99205

    A nice change of pace from regular iced tea. I like to add a little fresh mint to the tea while it is hot. This is very refreshing on a hot summer day. Found this on Bed & Breakfast Inns ONLINE. It's from Nana's House Bed & Breakfast in Greensburg, Indiana

    Recipe #49976

    Domino's sugar inspired recipe.I love peach iced tea on a hot day. This recipe is quick and refreshing, and needs only a few ingredients.

    Recipe #104410

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