11 Reviews

I made this for a family birthday party, and it was enjoyed by everyone, from the grandparents down to the 2 year old! I froze blackberries, strawberries and blueberries and floated them in the punch bowl. For about 10 minutes, the fruit was encased in a thin layer of ice, which was both entertaining for the kids and delicious! I ended up having to make a second batch, and the bowl was empty when everyone left. This is a ridiculously easy and fantastic recipe for a special drink that raises the bar from just plain soda!

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The Portugarians June 15, 2015

easy and elegant. You can do so much with the different fruit choices.

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Mumsie Meem July 10, 2010

Terrific! So funny that everyone at the party kept saying how great this was, over and over again. I made a white grape juice ring to keep it cool, and used the recommned frozen raspberries. Just great!

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~Bekah~ May 27, 2010

This is a classic Southern Wedding Punch Recipe.

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Bill Butler September 26, 2009

Great Recipe! (and doesn't stain carpeting). We added raspberry sherbet and served the punch in a fountain. NOTE: This was made for an adult church party in the middle of winter, served along with tea, coffee and water. 140 people consumed over 18 gallons, that's 20oz. / person!

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bobplucker August 20, 2009

I can't say enough nice things about this punch, it was the hit of the party! I served with frozen raspberries, and the color and flavor they gave were fantastic. I served in a pitcher, rather than a punch bowl, and it was very pretty. I think I'll keep these ingredients on hand, just for a refreshing drink any time. Thanks for a great (easy) drink!

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Mommy2two June 15, 2009

Teastockton, you are a lifesaver! I was sitting at work this morning and the organizer of an event said I need punch for 50. I asked when, he said in about 2 hours! My fingers started flying over the keyboard and straight to Recipezaar I went. When I saw the title, 2-Ingredient Punch, I thought, this could be good. I looked, yep, got in my car, broke a few speed limits and purchased ginger ale (Vernors), Grape Juice, and frozen strawberries and raspberries. It was so easy! It looked festive (many wondered if it had alcohol) and tasted great. Thanks for helping our event succeed. Sue

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SweetSueAl February 02, 2009

I made this using fresh raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries. Delicious!

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Az B December 14, 2008

This is the easiest punch I have ever made and it was so tasty! I used frozen raspberries which made it very pretty and pink. This is now my staple punch for parties!

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Sweetness of Rose September 19, 2008

I made this for a baby shower and it was almost all gone. It was really good, and super easy. The addition of frozen fruit as "ice" was a nice touch. Thanks, I will make this my standard punch recipe from now on. Now, should I go out and by a punch bowl....?

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HeatherDiane April 13, 2008
2-Ingredient Punch (Mock Champagne Punch)