Champagne Punch

"Here is a good punch recipe for any special occasion. We serve this every year for Christmas Eve. It is always a big hit."
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Ready In:


  • 1 (12 ounce) can frozen lemonade concentrate, thawed (small can)
  • 1 (12 ounce) can frozen orange juice concentrate, thawed (small can)
  • 1 (12 ounce) can frozen limeade concentrate, thawed (may use 1 small can pineapple juice concentrate, thawed)
  • 1 (2 liter) bottle ginger ale, chilled
  • 1 (2 liter) bottle champagne, chilled


  • Mix the juice concentrates in punch bowl (do not add water).
  • Stir in the Gingerale then add the Champagne (do not stir after adding the champagne!)
  • ** Note ** The large bottles of Gingerale and Champagne should be equal volumes (I use 2 L. bottles).

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  1. Couldn't be easier to make - not too sweet. Served it at a bridal shower and was preferred over the non-alcoholic punch.
  2. Excellent!! I served this at a bridal shower and everyone loved it. It is also so quick and easy to make!
  3. We made this for a bridal shower and garnished it with a gingerale ring with strawberries and lemon/lime slices. It was refreshing and looked pretty as well.
  4. I have been making this punch for over 35 years. I wonder if someone posted it after I gave him/her the recipe. Every time I serve it, it disappears very quickly, and I make a double batch. One year I tried it in a fountain. It doesn't work until all the bubbles disappear from the champagne and the ginger ale. I make an ice ring with cranberries and/or strawberries in it, one half green, one half red. You won't regret making this one.
  5. I used this recipe as the inspiration for the low-cal punch I made for my christmas party last night. I used a bottle of light minute maid orange juice, a can of Welch's light frozen cranberry juice concentrate, 1 pack of crystal lite lemonade powder (2 quart size), 1/2 pack of crystal lite mango powder, 2L of diet ginger-ale and a bottle of champagne (no water). I mixed all the juices and drink mixes ahead of time and then mixed in the ginger-ale right before serving and added the champagne without stirring. It turned out perfect! It was just sweet enough to taste good, but not so much that you get tired of drinking it. My guests loved it!


  1. I served this at our Christmas family gathering and it was a hit! It has a lighter, fresh, citrus-y flavor with notes of champagne. I wanted to use the pineapple concentrate instead of the limeade, but when I went to the store, I couldn't find the pineapple frozen concentrate. So I bought Dole Pineapple Juice instead (in the juice aisle) and used about 1/2 to 3/4 of the 46 fl. oz. can. It was perfect! We floated sliced limes on top for added color and interest. Note: You will need a larger punch bowl for this recipe.
  2. I have used this recipe several times at family gatherings and it is always a huge hit. This is particulary good since it is not to sweet. I use the limeade instead of the pineapple and use a dry champagne, although if I were wanting a sweeter punch it would be just as easy to add the pineapple and use an Asti Spumanti in lieu of the dryer champagne.
  3. This punch is great! It's so simple, but people just didn't believe how simple it was! I made this for two different Christmas parties, one with the champagne and one with sparkling grape juice instead. The bowl was drained dry at both parties. I floated some orange and lime slices on top to make it look pretty. Thanks for the recipe!
  4. It is a good punch, little bit on the sweeter side. I used two bottles of Prosecco instead of champagne, which worked well.



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