Party Punch – Just 3 ingredients to make this easy sparkling punch. Great for parties, showers, weddings, or any get together. Plus you can spike it for the grown ups!
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With spring being here, it is coming to the season of entertaining and spending time with family and friends. What needs to be at every party? A fun drink! This party punch is super easy to make, just 3 ingredients. You can make it for a barbecue, a baby shower, bridal shower, serve at a wedding, or just lunch with friends. Doesn’t really matter, party punch is fizzy and great for any occasion. You can even spike it if you want make it for just the grown ups. Although my son was thrilled I finally made a drink that he could have!
My friend first made this party punch for cooking club one month. She always switches up the drinks and tries new recipes, but this one is definitely a keeper. I have been making it ever since. Great to add vodka or gin if you are serving it to just adults. Or just have the alcohol on the side, so people have the option to add it if they want to. Party punch will be sure to impress just about any party goers. Make it once and you will be making it all summer long! You can switch up the juices if you want to change the flavor too. So easy to make your own!
- 1 can (12 oz) cranberry-raspberry juice concentrate, thawed
- 1 can (12 oz) orange juice concentrate, thawed
- 2 L bottle diet ginger ale , chilled
- Lime and Orange slices
Combine juice in a punch bowl. Gradually stir in ginger ale. Garnish with fruit slices. Serve over ice.
Note – if you cannot find cranberry-raspberry juice concentrate use raspberry lemonade concentrate and stir in 1 cup cranberry juice. Add vodka or gin if you want to make a grown up version.
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