Mock Champagne Punch Recipe
- 1 quart white grape juice, chilled
- 1 quart ginger ale, chilled
- Strawberries or raspberries
- 1. Combine grape juice and ginger ale; pour into a punch bowl or glasses. Garnish with berries. Yield: 16 (1/2-cup) servings.
1/2 cup: 58 calories, trace fat (trace saturated fat), 0mg cholesterol, 8mg sodium, 14g carbohydrate (14g sugars, trace fiber), trace protein
Reviews for Mock Champagne Punch
"Have been using this recipe since it premiered in Taste of Home in 1998. Weddings, baby showers, party's, holidays. I can't tell you how many times I have use this recipe to great reviews. It always tastes as good as it looks from adding strawberries to raspberries, rose petals, frozen grapes, floating ice ring made with the above mentioned as not to water down the punch. Serve it in a crystal punch bowel for added beauty. I have even made mock mimosas with this for a champagne brunch."
"Punch was good but nothing special."
"This recipe was good, but I didn't think it was the best I have ever tasted. Certainly just my opinion - try it yourself."
"Love this!! So good & looks amazing"
"This is the easiest punch to make. It looks so elegant and tastes great! It goes well with any kind of food you are serving."
"We go to bridal shows over the winter and we make this punch to showcase our champagne fountain - everyone who tries it just loves it - it's alway a hit !"
"I have used this recipe for my daughter's wedding, numerous bridal showers and family gatherings. My niece is using it in a fountain for her wedding! So elegant yet so easy to make!"
"This is so simple, yet very elegant and delicious. I have made it for Christmas, Mother's Day Brunch and graduation parties. Everyone loves it and even young kids feel grown-up with their own glass of "champagne"!"
"Made this punch for Christmas it was very easy, few ingredients and tasted great. Will be using this one alot more."