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I made this punch for Thanksgiving as a trial before I made it for a Christmas tea a few days later. I made the recipe "as is" but then ended up using the whole 2L bottle of Ginger ale in the mix. At first guests said it's ok, but then kept going back for more and then decided they really liked it. I like that it was lighter and not super sweet as many punches can be. I found it refreshing. Made with both pink lemonade (on accident) and regular and both ways were good.
I found this recipe at www.bettycrocker.com. It was a great holiday punch. Thank you for posting!
This recipe is quite simple-requires very little prep. There was just something a little off about the flavor and I can't quite pinpoint what it is. I think it was the ginger ale. It was almost too spicy...
This is a very great tasting punch. It is so much better than all those sherbet punches. It has a very good sparkly/cranberry flavor. I LOVED IT!
Ok, it's taken me this long to track down this recipe because I forgot to put it in my cookbook! We served this at the New Year's Eve party and it was a big hit. We added rum and everyone stopped drinking their drinks and only drinking this. I made an ice ring with water, sliced lemon and chunks of pineapple with juice to give it a bit of decoration and keep it cold in the punch bowl. We've since served it as individual drinks at get-togethers and is always well received. Thanks for a great recipe!
I substituted vodka for the water and added frozen strawberries - it was a hit!
Yummy and easy! I made this for a recent Baby Shower that I hosted and I received rave reviews. I added Ice cubes and fresh raspberries to float. This punch was gulped down quickly! A few guests added rum to their own glasses and were even more pleased! It's great either way!