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This punch is easy and tasty and great for parties!
1. Mix together all frozen juices. (I had to mix mine in two separate pitchers and divide the recipe)
2. Add the 8 cans of water.
3. Refrigerate until ready to use.
4. In punch bowl, fill halfway with punch mixture and top other half up with ginger ale.
5. Add ice, if desired.
HOW TO MAKE AN ICE RING
If you’d like to make an ice ring, you can do it by freezing water + punch + fruits in portions.
Freeze a portion of this base mixture in a bunt cake pan until slushy, approx. 1-2 hours.
Remove from the freezer and place fruit, such as strawberries, in a decorative ring, cover with water just to tops of fruit.
Return to freezer for another 1-2 hours.
Continue this layering process until you’ve reached the desired size.
Keep frozen until serving time. Then remove from freezer and run bottom of pan through warm tap water, it should slide out easily.
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