Easy 5 Fruit Wedding Punch w/ Ice Ring

"A great wedding punch. You may make the decorated ice rings ahead and keep in the freezer. Very pretty and no ice diluting the punch!"
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  • Pour all juices and water into lg. container.
  • Thaw,mix and chill.
  • When ready to serve, pour chilled punch in bowl, gently pour in ginger ale and soda water.
  • Add ice ring and garnish w/ strawberry slices and sprig of mint.
  • Ice Mold: Place lemon, lime and oranges slices in bottom. of 8 inch ring mold, add a thin layer of juice mix and freeze.
  • When fruit is solidly frozen add more punch mix and freeze.
  • When solid, unmold by dipping ring in warm water.
  • To make ahead:Place ice ring in air-tight plastic bag and store in freezer.
  • Make as many as you need.
  • Keeps well for weeks.

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  1. Great flavor and easy to do. Made for a wedding and had several people ask for the recipe.
  2. Sounds great My wedding is Saturday 6,22,02 thanks Kimberly
  3. I just made this for an all girls' luncheon and everyone loved it! I wasn't sure what it was going to taste like when I was making it, but I am pleasantly surprised that it tasted so refreshing and light. I also made the ice ring and added the strawberry slices and the mint, it was beautiful to look at! Thank you for a great recipe!
  4. Made this for a baby shower and impressed all the guests. The flavor was spot-on, and I made no changes to the recipe. I didn't find it necessary to mix all the juices together and chill it before the party, because I was using so many frozen juice concentrates.
  5. This was a great punch that I used for a bridal shower. It was completely gone by the end.


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