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80 Nonalcoholic Party Drinks

Versatility is the name of the game with these booze-free party drinks. No alcohol is needed for these mocktails and punches that are perfect for the holidays or dinner parties (just like these nonalcoholic champagne brands).

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Aunt Frances’ Lemonade

My sister and I spent a week each summer with our Aunt Frances, who always had this thirst-quenching lemonade in a stoneware crock in her refrigerator. It makes a refreshing nonalcoholic party drink after a hot day of running around. —Debbie Reinhart, New Cumberland, Pennsylvania

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Blood Orange Punch

This tangy nonalcoholic punch is festive, refreshing and easy to prepare. Instead of plain ice cubes, I add frozen orange juice cubes. —Sandy McKenzie, Braham, Minnesota
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Festive Cranberry Colada

I had to do a lot of coaxing to get this nonalcoholic party drink recipe from a chef I knew, but my persistence paid off. Since it contains cranberry juice, it is a wonderful punch for Christmas and Thanksgiving, but I like it on hot days, too. —Susan Kieboam, Amherstburg, Ontario
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Frothy Festive Punch

If you're looking for something special for those holiday celebrations, this is your punch! The mixture of ice cream and fruit makes a refreshing, delicious treat that the kids will love. —Carol Gillespie, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania
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Citrus & White Grape Juice Party Punch

I was looking for a nonalcoholic party drink that wouldn’t stain expensive dresses and tuxedos. Everyone loved this white grape juice and lemonade punch! You can mix the first four ingredients ahead of time, refrigerate and add the soda right before serving. —Karen Ballance, Wolf Lake, Illinois
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Easy Citrus Slush

Our church’s hostess committee has relied on this refreshing nonalcoholic party drink for bridal and baby showers and other events. We often use different flavored gelatins to match the decor of the occasion. —Joy Bruce, Welch, Oklahoma
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Pomegranate Ginger Spritzer

Conveniently, a pitcher of this nonalcoholic party drink can be made hours before holiday guests arrive. Add the club soda just before serving. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Citrus Cider Punch

I share this nonalcoholic party drink recipe with people who visit our apple cider mill. It’s perfect for autumn and holiday gatherings. —Carolyn Beck, St Johns, Michigan
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Cranberry Fizz

With just five basic ingredients, this wonderfully tangy nonalcoholic beverage couldn’t be much simpler to stir together. —Suzette Jury, Keene, California
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Harvest Apple Cider

I simmer this comforting cider in my slow cooker every fall. —Lesley Geisel, Severna Park, Maryland
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Nectarine, Basil and Clementine Infused Water

Nectarine and basil may sound a little strange, but trust us, this combination is a real winner. A few slices of clementine seal the deal. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Pineapple Iced Tea

We have a large family, so we go through beverages quickly at our house. This thirst-quenching tea is simple to mix together and has a sparkling citrus flavor we all enjoy. —K. Kitell, Lenexa, Kansas
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Spiced Apple Tea

I love to try new recipes for my husband and our friends. This spiced apple tea is one of our favorites. I like to serve it warm or refrigerate and serve it cold, too. —Sharon Delaney-Chronis, South Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Scarlet Sipper

This sweet, tart and slightly nonalcoholic party drink is a favorite for gatherings at our church. The bright color sets a festive tone, and the flavors blend seamlessly. —Amber Goolsby, Geneva, Alabama
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Strawberry-Lavender Infused Water

A little bit of lavender goes a long way, so be sure not to overdo it! This pretty combo screams summer, but you can also dry out the lavender and enjoy this anytime.
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Elf Party Punch

When friends of mine got married, I absolutely loved the punch they served—but they wouldn’t give out the recipe! We spent many Saturdays figuring out just the right combination. —Annette Lee, Lepanto, Arkansas
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Sparkling Coconut Grape Juice

This sparkling drink is a nice change of pace from lemonade and party punch. The lime, coconut and grape combination is so refreshing. —Shelly Bevington, Hermiston, Oregon
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Mulled Grape Cider

I came up with this nonalcoholic drink recipe one year when I tried to make grape jelly and ended up with 30 jars of delicious grape syrup instead. I simmered the syrup with spices to make a lovely autumn drink. —Sharon Harmon, Orange, Massachusetts
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Cherry Limeade Sweet Tea

Sweet tea and cherry limeade are two of my favorite summer libations, so I decided to combine them—the results are wonderful. —Renee Page, Rochelle, Illinois
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Tropical Cooler

With only four simple ingredients, this nonalcoholic party drink is easy to stir up in just 10 minutes. I served it at a celebration for my son, and everyone liked the slightly tart flavor. —Robin Werner, Brush Prairie, Washington
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Tajin Limeade

Tajin is a blend of chili peppers, salt and lime. I sprinkle it on a lot of food, but I found it's really delicious in this Tajin limeade. —Amanda Phillips, Portland, Oregon
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Apricot-Apple Cider

Dried apricots give this comforting cider a marvelous twist. Add cranberries, cinnamon, allspice and cloves for the perfect hot drink to sip on cool nights. —Ginnie Busam, Pewee Valley, Kentucky
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Mixed Berry Punch

Mixed Berry Punch

Kids love this Kool-Aid tropical punch! It's a tasty way for them to quench their thirst after playing outside at a summer party. —Elizabeth LeBlanc, Bourg, Louisiana
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Sparkling Ginger Lemonade

Chill out with this delightful ginger lemonade perfect for springtime bridal showers or hot summer days on the deck. It's a quick fix you'll stir up time after time. —Jodi Blubaugh, Eagle Mountain, Utah
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Tangerine and Thyme Infused Water

Who doesn't love the bright and juicy flavor of tangerine? The addition of thyme really rounds out this infused water. —James Schend, Taste of Home Deputy Editor
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Honey-Citrus Iced Tea

A frozen orange or lemon slice in the glass looks pretty and helps keep this nonalcoholic party drink nice and cold. Using honey instead of sugar adds a sweet touch. —Sheila Bradshaw, Columbus, Ohio
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Old-Fashioned Lemonade

This sweet-tart lemonade is a traditional part of my Memorial Day and Fourth of July menus. Folks can't get enough of the fresh-squeezed flavor. —Tammi Simpson, Greensburg, Kentucky
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Hot Cider

I dress up nonalcoholic apple cider using lemonade, orange juice, honey and spices for a new version of a classic fall beverage. —Glenna Tooman, Boise, Idaho
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Lemon Spiced Tea

Cinnamon and honey really perk up the flavor of basic lemon tea. Add a splash of lemon extract to take this nonalcoholic drink delightfully over the top. —Adeline Russell, Hartford, Wisconsin
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Pink Party Punch

This easy nonalcoholic party drink will be the highlight of any get-together. The fruity flavors blend perfectly together, making it impossible to have just one glass.—Carol Garnett, Bellevue, Washington
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Honey-Pear Iced Tea

Take summery iced tea into fall and winter by stirring in pear nectar and adding a fresh pear slice to each glass as a garnish. A little honey provides an extra touch of sweetness.
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Ocean Punch

Ocean Punch

This ocean water punch is refreshing and not overly sweet. Use your favorite Kool-Aid mix to switch up the flavor for every season and occasion. —Elizabeth LeBlanc, Bourg, Louisiana
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Orange Blossom Mint Refresher

I came up with this recipe because I'm not a fan of regular iced tea. This tea has the perfect combination of freshness and sweetness. The orange blossom water gives it a distinctive flavor. People often request the recipe after just one sip. —Juliana Gauss, Centennial, Colorado
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Watermelon Spritzer

It couldn’t get much easier than this bright spritzer! Watermelon blended with limeade is cool and refreshing. It’s a wonderful thirst-quencher on a hot summer day. —Geraldine Saucier, Albuquerque, New Mexico
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Lemony Pineapple Iced Tea

I like to garnish this iced tea with some of our sweet Hawaiian pineapple. —Beverly Toomey, Honolulu, Hawaii
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Cranberry, Orange and Cardamom Infused Water

This gorgeous infused water would make a great addition to your holiday dinner table. —James Schend, Taste of Home Deputy Editor
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Leprechaun Lime Punch

This delightful St. Patrick's day punch will add a festive touch to your brunch buffet. Enjoy the lively taste of lime sherbet and other citrus flavors in this leprechaun inspired drink. — Gloria Warczak, Cedarburg, Wisconsin
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Spiced Cider Punch

I’ve shared this nonalcoholic party drink recipe with many friends. It never wears out its welcome and is so easy to make. It’s also delicious warm. —Charles Piatt, Little Rock, Akansas
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Cranberry-Apple Spritzer

This is an easy cranberry-apple spritzer to make for your guests for the holidays. Serve it hot or cold. —Courtney Stultz, Weir, Kansas
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Peach-Basil Cooler

Mix peaches and basil with club soda for a cool and refreshing mocktail! —Dana Hinck, Pensacola, Florida
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Warm Christmas Punch

Red Hot candies add rich color and spiciness to this festive nonalcoholic party drink, and the cranberry juice gives it a little tang. Our children always request it for December brunches. —Julie Sterchi, Campbellsville, Kentucky
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Mulled Cider

This is a classic warmer-upper that you can serve on chilly winter days. Pass the brandy separately for those who want it.
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Honeydew Lime Cooler

Serve up a frosty glass of this citrusy blend of lime sherbet and honeydew melon for a real thirst-quencher. I like to sip this on warm afternoons, but it's equally good for breakfast or brunch. —Mitzi Sentiff, Annapolis, Maryland
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Lemony Fruit Cooler

This nonalcoholic party drink looks so pretty with all the colorful fruit floating in the bowl. It has a refreshing taste and is easy to put together. —Dawn Shackelford, Fort Worth, Texas
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Lemon-Basil Mojito Mocktails

In this twist on the classic summer beverage, lemon and basil take the place of mint. For a grown-up version, just add your favorite rum or vodka. —Cheryl Perry, Hertford, North Carolina
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Tomato-Lime Sipper

It's easy to make lots of this in advance. Everybody loves a bloody Mary—and this virgin version's not too spicy, either.—Bonnie Hawkins, Elkhorn, Wisconsin
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Slow-Cooker Apple Cider

There's no last-minute rush before the party when you simmer this slow-cooker apple cider. It has all the tantalizing flavors of fall. —Alpha Wilson, Roswell, New Mexico
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Iced Melon Moroccan Mint Tea

I grow mint on my balcony, and this nonalcoholic beverage is a wonderful way to use it. It combines two of my favorite drinks—Moroccan Mint Tea and Honeydew Agua Fresca. For extra flair, add some ginger ale. —Sarah Batt Throne, El Cerrito, California
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Cranberry Limeade

When cranberry and lime juice get together, the result is thirst-quenching. Add ice and you’ve got a party in a glass. —Michael Passow, Poughkeepsie, New York
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Blackberry Shrub

Making a shrub recipe is a creative way to use up extra fruit all the way through Labor Day. We were inspired by sampling the house-made shrubs at a restaurant in California. They are as colorful and refreshing as summer drinks should be. —Gina Nistico, Denver, Colorado
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Rosemary Lemonade

A friend suggested I add a sprig of rosemary to lemonade. The herb makes the drink taste fresh and light, and it's a pretty garnish. —Dixie Graham, Rancho Cucamonga, California
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Watermelon-Lime Cooler

When temps heat up, chill some glasses and cool down with a slushy blend of watermelon, lime and ginger ale. Slurp and repeat. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Iced Honeydew Mint Tea

I grow mint in the garden on my balcony. For this tea, I blend two of my favorite beverages—Moroccan mint tea and honeydew agua fresca. —Sarah Batt Throne, El Cerrito, California
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Rhubarb Mint Tea

A bumper crop of rhubarb and mint from my garden inspired me to create this thirst-quenching pick-me-up. Raspberries deepen the tea's vibrant red color, making the drinks a pretty addition to your table. —Laurie Bock, Lynden, Washington
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Pretty Pink Punch

This nonalcoholic punch is convenient because you can make it ahead of time and just add the ginger ale just before serving. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Spiced Apricot Cider

Simmer just a few ingredients to create this hot spiced beverage. Each delicious mugful is rich with apricot flavor. —Connie Cummings, Gloucester, New Jersey
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Banana Brunch Punch

A cold glass of nonalcoholic punch really brightens a brunch. It’s nice to serve a crisp beverage like this that’s more spectacular than plain juice. With bananas, orange juice and lemonade, it can add tropical flair to a winter day. —Mary Anne McWhirter, Pearland, Texas
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Orange Lemonade

This juice is a favorite at our place. I'll often double the batch and send a jar next door to my mother-in-law! I was looking for a way to sweeten lemonade without using more sugar when I came up with the recipe. —Wendy Masters, Grand Valley, Ontario
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Lemon-Lime Punch

This frothy refresher topped with lime sherbet is a longtime family favorite and the best punch I’ve ever had. It’s fast, festive and easy to mix up for a variety of occasions. —Mary Ray, Raccoon, Kentucky
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Sparkling Cranberry Kiss

I love the tartness of cranberries in cold beverages, and this recipe is easily doubled, tripled or even quadrupled. —Shannon Arthur, Wheelersburg, Ohio
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Pink Rhubarb Punch

Rhubarb is the featured ingredient in this blush-colored punch. A friend passed the nonalcoholic recipe on to me, and we enjoy it so much that I thought others might, too. —Rebecca Mininger, Jeromesville, Ohio
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Raspberry Lemonade Concentrate

Here’s a concentrate that allows you to enjoy a nonalcoholic summer beverage any time of year. Sweet raspberries balance the tartness from lemons. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Sparkling Punch

As a table brightener, fix a bowl of festive nonalcoholic punch—it’s a refreshing beverage you can mix together in moments. To dress it up even more, I add an ice ring filled with oranges, lemons and cranberries. —Karen Ann Bland, Gove, Kansas
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All-Occasion Punch

To keep the punch cold while adding extra color, I like to make an ice ring out of cherry soda pop. The flavor always brings folks back for more. —Carol Van Sickle, Versailles, Kentucky
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Hot Spiced Lemon Drink

I received this nonalcoholic beverage recipe from a lady in our church who is an excellent cook. She has shared several slow-cooker recipes with us. We really enjoy the sweet-tangy flavor of this warm citrus punch. —Mandy Wright, Springville, Utah
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Vanilla Citrus Cider

My mom used to make cider for the holidays, so I based my citrus-vanilla variation on her recipe. I think it hits the spot! The longer the cider simmers, the stronger the flavors will be.—Kristin Weglarz, Bremerton, Washington
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Ginger-Grapefruit Fizz

Sometimes it’s hard to find a special, nonalcoholic beverage for parties that isn’t a punch. That’s why I love this grown-up bubbly drink that offers a little tartness from the grapefruit and spice from the ginger. —Dawn Viola, Clermont, Florida
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Hot Cocoa for a Crowd

This is a simple, delicious and comforting hot cocoa with a hint of cinnamon. It has just the right amount of sweetness.—Deborah Canaday, Manhattan, Kansas
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Mojito Slush

Whether you’re splashing poolside or watching the kids inside, this slushy beverage has just the right balance of minty crispness and limey tartness that’s sure to tingle your taste buds. —Jessica Ring, Chicago, Illinois
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Aunt Dorothy’s Russian Tea

When I was growing up I always looked forward to the Russian Tea that my Aunt Dorothy made every Christmas Eve. As soon as the weather turned chilly, I would start longing for a hot, steamy cup. It wasn’t unitl I was away at college that I finally thought to ask her for the recipe! I place the whole cloves into a tea ball strainer so they’re easy to remove when the tea is ready. If you don’t have a tea ball, you can place the cloves in cheesecloth as directed. —Sharon Flenniken, Charlotte, North Carolina
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Rainbow Spritzer

Layers of colorful fruit submerged in a fizzy, sweet beverage make this a kid-friendly sipper that gets two thumbs-up. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Pumpkin Juice

Our family loves Harry Potter. Inspired by the popular series, I decided to come up with a beverage—pumpkin juice! My kids think it’s surprisingly delicious. I love that it’s healthy, easy to make and a refreshing addition to any fall meal. —Geraldine Saucier, Albuquerque, New Mexico
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Sparkling White Grape Punch

White cranberry juice adds tartness to this punch for showers and teas. For a light blush tone, use regular cranberry juice. —Julie Sterchi, Jackson, Missouri
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Mulled Dr Pepper

When neighbors or friends visit us on a chilly evening, I’ll serve this warm Dr Pepper with it’s spicy undertones along side ham sandwiches and deviled eggs. —Bernice Morris, Marshfield, Missouri
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Blueberry Lime Slush

My husband’s family makes a cranberry beverage for the holidays. I changed it up and serve it this way in winter and summer, when blueberries are in season. —Rebecca Bratsman, Tacoma, Washington
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Celebration Punch

This pretty fruit punch has just the right amount of sweetness. The ice ring keeps it cool for hours without diluting the flavor.
—Marci Carl, Northern Cambria, Pennsylvania
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Sparkling Berry Punch

I often serve this refreshing cranberry beverage at Christmastime, but it’s a great choice for any special occasion. Add a few cranberries to each glass for extra flair. —Kay Curtis, Guthrie, Oklahoma
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Mango Orange Quencher

Serve this beautiful beverage at your next brunch in place of mimosas. Just chill the base an hour before adding the club soda. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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Smooth Sweet Tea

A pinch of baking soda eliminates bitterness in this smooth and easy-to-sip tea and it has just the right amount of sugar so it’s not overly sweet. —kelseylouise, Taste of Home Community Member
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Punch Delight

When we celebrated my mother’s 75th birthday, we wanted a punch everyone could enjoy. This delightful combination of lemonades, juice and soda was perfect and so easy to make. All our guests loved this yellow punch recipe. —Barbara Koehnke, Fremont, Wisconsin

Caroline Stanko
As Editor, Caroline writes and edits all things food-related and helps produce videos for Taste of Home. When she’s not at her desk, you can probably find Caroline cooking up a feast, planning her next trip abroad or daydreaming about her golden retriever, Mac.