“Because my son's birthday is so close to Halloween, I make this for his party every year," says Katheryn Sipos in Canon City, Colorado. "It's always a hit with the kids-they just love it-and there's never any left!”
Here's a beverage that'll bring folks back for more! Carol Van Sickle prepares the punch for all sorts of festive get-togethers at her Versailles, Kentucky home. "I often serve it with it with an ice ring I've made from cherry soda pop," she describes. "In addition to keeping the punch cool, the ring adds extra color and flavor."Carol Van Sickle, Versailles, Kentucky
Filled with delicious citrus flavors, this lively beverage will brighten any setting, according to Verna Doerksen of MacGregor, Manitoba. She reveals, "I usually make two to three batches for family gatherings, and there's never any left."
This tangy punch is festive, refreshing and easy to prepare. I float orange wedges studded with cloves in the pitcher or bowl as a garnish. And instead of plain ice cubes, I add frozen orange juice cubes.
Its pretty color and tangy-sweet taste make this festive drink a hit at Christmastime. We also served it at my sister's wedding, where guests told us it was some of the best punch they'd ever tasted. It is an old family recipe.
Here's a great punch recipe I got from a beekeeper's association. The mix of banana, pineapple and citrus gives it a light sunny flavor. With its pretty honey color, it makes an elegant beverage for weddings and other special events.
“I first tasted this at a ladies’ luncheon, and it was the most unusual, refreshing drink I’d had. I’ve served it numerous times since and always get requests for the recipe.” Renee Olson - Kendrick, Idaho