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LOOKING for: a good and easy red punch

Posted by leveta (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 5, 09 at 8:31

To use at open house...


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RE: LOOKING for: a good and easy red punch

This one is good!

Red punch slush
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3 (3 ounce) packages cherry gelatin
9 cups boiling water
4 cups sugar
4 cups water
2 (46 ounce) cans pineapple juice
6 ounces frozen orange juice
4 tablespoons lemon juice
1 (2 liter) bottle ginger ale

Pour boiling water over gelatin and stir till disolved. Bring 4 c.
sugar and water to a boil until sugar disolved.
Add remaining ingrediants except Ginger Ale to cooled gelatin and
sugar/water mixture and freeze. Take out of freezer 2-3 hours before
using and add to ginger ale to make a slushy punch.


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RE: LOOKING for: a good and easy red punch

Here is my favorite:

KRIS KRINGLE PUNCH

6 c. bottled cranberry juice, chilled
3 c. bottled apple juice, chilled
3/4 c. chilled lemon juice
1 1/2 c. chilled orange juice
2 (28 oz.) bottles ginger ale
Sugar to taste

Combine all of the above ingredients in a punch bowl except the ginger ale. When ready to serve, add chilled ginger ale.


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RE: LOOKING for: a good and easy red punch

My favorite is just cranberry juice and seven up....half and half with lime slices floating in it. I get asked for the recipe over and over....no one can believe how simple it is.
It's also good with cran raspberry...
I also freeze some of the juice with slices of lime for an ice ring or whatever ice shape you might float in it.
I don't like orange juice in a punch because it makes it cloudy


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RE: LOOKING for: a good and easy red punch

OH Linda! I thought you meant 1/2 and 1/2 (cream) !! Then you said OJ makes it cloudy and I thought, well wouldnt the 1/2 and 1/2 make it cloudy?? hahahah!! You meant 1/2 cranberry juice and 1/2 7-up....... I got it. I need sleep.

This sounds good, I'm going to try it!


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RE: LOOKING for: a good and easy red punch

EWWW!!!... LOL!


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