Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Christmas Punch

I got this simple punch recipe from a caterer many years ago...and it became my favorite Christmas punch over the years.  It's quick to make...a sparkling punch with just a hint of green...and looks lovely with frozen cranberries floating in the bowl.  And here's a plus...if the punch is spilled and dripped on floors and furniture...no stains! 


  • 1 can Welch's frozen white grape juice
  • 1 can Minute Maid frozen limeade
  • 1 - 2L Sprite
  1. Mix frozen juices according to directions on the can (add 7 cans water).
  2. Add Sprite to taste.
  3. Serve in punch bowl...adding ice cubes and frozen cranberries.
* Not all stores carry the frozen white grape concentrate...but I buy it locally at Save-on Foods.


12 comments:

  1. I might have to try this rather than the "Make it up as you go" that Mom likes to do on Christmas day!

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  2. What a beautiful punch! I would like to try having something like this instead of ugly soda bottles all over the place.

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  3. Now, that is just beautiful!

    Thanks for the recipe...
    ~Ellie

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  4. This sounds wonderful Judy - a different and refreshing flavour change from the regular "red" punches.

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  5. Oh I should try this. I am also kinda sick of red punch stuff. This looks beautiful with all the cranberries floating in it.

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  6. That looks so pretty and festive and sounds so tasty!

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  7. Do you know the conversions if you use just regular white grape juice (not the frozen concentrate)? I couldn't find any & had to pick up just a jug of white grape juice. I didn't think that purple punch would go well with Christmas or the traditionalists in the family - green would work!

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  8. We served this up yesterday and there was nothing left in short order. Everyone loved it! Light and delicious...not too sweet, not too tart...perfect and pretty, too.

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  9. This was delicious!! I had this out for Christmas Eve - along with Charlotte's Honey Garlic wings and Anneliese's Apricot Glazed meatballs!
    This blog and soon to be printed cookbook is THE best!
    Thanks!

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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