The punchbowl
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The punchbowl
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:26:39 AM. Recipe ID 61172. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: The punchbowl
 Categories: Beverages, Holiday, Mc
      Yield: 16 Servings
 
      6 oz Pineapple juice, frozen
           -concentrate, thawed
      6 oz Orange juice, frozen
           -concentrate, thawed
      6 oz Cranberry juice
      2 c  Strawberries, frozen
      1    Banana
      6 oz Lemonade, frozen concentrate
  2 1/2 c  Cold water
     30 oz Club soda, 1 bottle
     30 oz Ginger ale, 1 bottle
      2    Bottles 7-Up®
 
  * All frozen concentrates are to be thawed partially. ** Use as much
  7-UP or equal amounts of other soft drinks to make the punch to your
  taste.
  
  1. Using a blender, blend the juices a little at a time, pouring into
  large punchbowl or other large container. Blend the banana and
  strawberries only until coarse blended, not pureed. Mix the ice water
  in the punch bowl with other ingredients and stir to blend. 2. Just
  before serving, add the club soda, ginger ale and enough 7-Up to suit
  your taste. Stir gently to mix all juices from the sediment on bottom
  of bowl. Serve this as is or over ice.
  
  Serving Ideas : Serve this at any occasion for a non-alcoholic punch.
  
  NOTES : You may wish to make an ice ring to float in this for a
  decorative and festive touch. Using a ring mold, freeze a shallow
  layer of water, put fruits in a pattern on top of ice, pour a thin
  layer of water, refreeze. Repeat these steps until you have built up
  the ice ring and made several layers of fruit designs. Unmold the
  ring and place in punch bowl just before serving. Use juice instead
  of water for ice ring if you wish.
                     *  Exported from  MasterCook  *
  




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Recipe ID 61172 (Apr 03, 2005)

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