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I found this recipe in the 1982 Canadian Living Merry Christmas Cookbook. The only changes I made were to add 2 cups of cold water & use diet ginger ale. A very pretty & delicious punch! Doesn't make a very big batch, though.
This is a good punch and was enjoyed by my guests. My kids didn't like the little strawberry bits in it though.
Delicious! I made this for Easter and everyone loved it - even the men! My brother kept commenting on how addictive it was! A keeper for our family!
My family are big tea drinkers. In the summer, I make about a gallon/day and we drink every drop. I surprised my family with this delicious punch and they LOVED it. It was fruitie-tootie and had a sweet-tart flavor that was wonderful. I will make this a lot over the summer. Thanks for posting.
I made this for a Sunday School party. Very yummy and delicious. I didn't use a punch bowl, just served it out of a pitcher into glasses filled with ice. Had a nice fruity-tangy flavor. A big hit with everyone and I had many requests for the recipe. Thanks.