Katrina Freed Recipe

Fruit Tea Punch

By Katrina Freed Kat19702


Rating:
Serves:
A crowd
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Method:
No-Cook or Other
Comments:

Here are two recipes in one! The first is a great alcohol free punch for a brunch or breakfast... and below that I turned the leftover 2 quarts of punch into a slush that is kept in the freezer and ready for adult beverages any time!

Ingredients

ALCOHOL FREE PUNCH
2 qt
boiling water
12
regular size tea bags
1 can(s)
pineapple juice
1 large
orange juice, frozen concentrate
1 large
can frozen lemonade
2 qt
ice cubes
1 can(s)
ginger ale, chilled
1
orange, sliced
1
lemon, sliced
FOR ADULT SLUSH
1/2 c
light rum
1/2 c
dark rum
1/2 c
spiced rum
2 qt
fruit tea punch

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Steep tea bags in boiling water for ten minutes
2
In a large stock pot mix frozen juices with pineapple juice
3
When tea is finished steeping add to juices and stir in ice to cool
4
Stir in ice and refrigerate till serving time
5
At serving time run cold water in your punch bowl to be sure it is cold. Dump out water and add a little ice then pour in punch bowl.
6
Add one can of ginger ale and more ice if needed.
7
Garnish with fruit slices.
8
TO MAKE PARTY SLUSH: MIX 2 QUARTS OF PUNCH WITH ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AND FREEZE FOR AT LEAST 24 HOURS. AFTER 24 HOURS SCOOP INTO COCKTAIL GLASSES AND ADD ANY TYPE OF CARBONATED SOFT DRINK

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: American

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10 Comments

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Marilyn K Demas MarilynK123
Jun 26, 2014
Katrina,
I've had the non alcoholic version of this and it's a very refreshing, great, tasty drink. I'm not against alcohol, but here in CA if people live further away than next door they drive to your house, so if I serve this in the afternoon, which I like to do, it's the non alcho version. And, again it's very satisfying on a hot day.
marilyn
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Ruth Tudor hansford807
Jun 23, 2014
Question: Size of pineapple juice can? Really want to try this soon! - Ruth
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Dec 28, 2012 - Kim Biegacki shared this recipe with discussion groups: College Bound Tablescapes
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Aug 12, 2011 - Kim Biegacki shared this recipe with discussion groups: Lemons Lemons and Lemons The Power of Orange