4-fruit wedding punch

Categories
Beverage
Yield
1 Servings
MeasureIngredient
Parts orange juice
Parts lemonade
Part pineapple juice
Part grapefruit juice (optional; but gives a nice tang)
2 quarts Lemonade from a mix; prepared
1 can (12-oz) frozen orange juice; reconstituted
½  "tall can" frozen pineapple juice; reconstituted
½  "tall can" grapefruit juice; reconstituted (optional)

ONE BATCH, ACCORDING TO "MOM

This recipe contains no carbonation and no ice cream. I have not tried it spiked, but you could probably add rum to it (I'm not up on alcohol, but I believe that's supposed to be good in punch). This is our family's punch recipe--we serve it for all special occasions.

I will give what I think are the proportions first, then I'll give the exact amounts my mother-in-law uses for the 11 people in our extended family.

*Sorry, I don't know the size of the "tall can", but it's the standard U.S. size that is larger than the 12-oz.-can size.

Prepare lemonade. Reconstitute orange juice, pineapple juice,and grapefruit juice, according to package directions, and in separate containers. Add lemonade to punch bowl. Add all of the orange juice, ½ (up to ¾) of the pineapple juice, and ½ of the grapefruit juice.

Slice thin orange wheels and float on top for a festive look. Cherries would also look nice.

JILLS@...

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