Baby Shower Punch

I mentioned in the VA Babies Shower post that I’d snagged the recipe to the delicious punch they served.

It was so good that I agreed when they offered us to take home the rest of it in a pitcher & while the rest of my family enjoyed cocktails that evening, I drank the heck out of the punch!

Ingredients
2 32 oz bottles of apple juice, chilled

2 12 oz cans from cranberry juice concentrate

2 c & 1 tbsp orange juice

3 liters ginger ale

Directions
In large punch bowl, combine apple, cranberry & orange juices. Stir until dissolved/combined then slowly pour in the ginger ale.

The original recipe Mom’s friend Jan gave me said to cut up an apple and float the slices on top. Instead, they sliced oranges and floated those on top. The oranges were really delicious later too {think eating the fruit from pj punch from college days minus the liquor}.

Jan also has a note that says if you wanted to make it alcoholic, the use champagne instead of ginger ale! That would be great for bridal shower or if you wanted to make two for a baby shower.

7 comments

  1. MomEinstein says:

    Pinned it! That sounds delicious. I think I’ll make it for the baby shower I’m throwing next month.

  2. April Athens says:

    Looks really yummy. I think my kids will love this together with their favorite cookies. Thanks for sharing the recipe. :)
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  3. Lynn says:

    what does 2c & 1 tbsp of orange juice mean? does that mean 2 cups? why would we add tbsp?

    thanks
    Lynn

    • Suz says:

      2c= 2 cups. 1 tbsp= 1 tablespoon. Not sure why it said 2 cups & 1 tbsp of oj, but that’s what the recipe said. You could always do it with just the 2 cups & then add more if you felt like it needed it. :)

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  5. Bonnie says:

    How many does this recipe serve?

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