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Non-alcoholic Holiday Fruit Punch Recipe

We all want our guests to have a rousing good time at the Christmas party, but first and foremost, we want them to be safe! Prevent guests from over indulging by serving plenty of finger foods, bottled water and a variety of interesting non-alcoholic drinks such as this classic fruit punch.

Non-alcoholic holiday fruit punch

Ingredients

  • 1 orange juice chilled
  • 1 pineapple juice chillled
  • 1 cranberry juice chillled
  • 1 ginger ale chilled
  • Juice of 4 large limes
  • ice cubes

Preparation

  1. Mix the chilled orange, pineapple and cranberry juices in a large bowl. Just before serving slowly pour in the ginger ale and then add lime juice to taste. Add the ice cubes and serve.

Makes 16



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