punch

No Fail Fresca Sangria

This simple recipe is not only a super hit, it’s so easy to make.

Tip: Freeze your grapes and use instead of ice. Your drinks will be cold without being watered down.


6 cans Fresca original
2 bottles wine (red like a merlot or white like pinot grigio)
Fresh fruit 2 peaches, strawberries and grapes.  (See tip above)

In punch bowl or pitcher add Fresca and wine, add cut up fruit. Serve with a big ladle, to get some fruit.  Top your glass with some more frozen grapes to keep it cold.3 gallon drink, beverage dispenserClassic Beverage Drink Dispenser Hammerd Durable Glass on galvanized Stand 3 Gallon with Spigot


Frozen grapes for wine not watered downOriginal recipe from Eddieross.com

Mojito Sherbert Punch

This was so good! I got the original recipe from a Pintrest pin. We made it for our Anniversary celebration. As there are currently 8 people here after Hurricane Michael, I needed something for the adults that wouldn’t break the bank at the adult beverage store. (We gave the kids the virgin version and they loved it too.)

1 can frozen limeade mix

1can frozen Margarita mix

4 cups club soda

1 pt lime Sherbert (we only found it at our local Publix.)

750 ml white rum (we like Bacardi)

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Usually takes between 1 and 2 days to create

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Mint leaves both for punch and garnish

4 limes thinly sliced (we use 2 in punch, 2 for garnish.)

  • Muddle 1 handful of mint leaves with 1 cup club soda to release thier flavors.

  • In gallon pitcher or punch bowl, combine lime sherbert, frozen Margarita mix, and frozen Limeade mix.
  • Add mint leaves, and lime slices.
  • Add remaining 3 cups club soda
  • Mix well. (This virgin version was loved by kids attending).

We had a great time making it. It paired really well with the Irish Skillet we made. Now I have a great idea to use for St Patrick’s Day. Happy cooking and make so.e memories with your family.

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