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  • Writer's pictureTommy Centola

Christmas Morning Punch from Monica Ritter

This recipe comes from a good friend of my wife's and I. Monica's aunt used to make a punch for the family Christmas parties. Since she doesn't have that recipe, here's the one she is going to make for her family this year. It could be the start of a new tradition that she can share with her children and grandchildren. She said she wants her grandchildren to have the same great memories that she does for Christmas.

2 cups orange juice 2 cups cranberry juice 1 cup pineapple juice 1 cup ginger ale 1 cup of fruit punch

If you'd like to add alcohol you can add 1 cup of Malibu pineapple juice

There are many ways you can serve the punch. You can combine all of the ingredients in a pitcher and serve cold after being in fridge or over ice. Or you can combine in a container that you can close securely with a lid and freeze overnight and shake periodically for slush. If frozen the next morning, take it out and let it sit out and defrost a little. And shake periodically. Or run under hot water and shake to make slush. Or you can combine 1/2 blender full of ice and the rest with punch and blend and serve.


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