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Raspberry Punch Recipe for a Crowd

Great Punch Idea for a Wedding, Shower,
Christmas, or Any Special Occasion

This Big Raspberry Punch Recipe is perfect for large groups or crowds such as for a Wedding, Shower, Christmas, or any Special Occasion.

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This recipe makes about 100 cups of punch.

It's so quick and easy to make too!

Check out the ingredients! Lots of different fruit juices combine to make a flavourful punch drink that everyone will enjoy!


5 pkgs. Raspberry instant drink mix powder(Example: "Kool Aid" Brand)
10 cups granulated sugar
1 large can pineapple juice (48 oz.)
2/3 cup lemon juice
5 cans frozen orange juice concentrate (approx. 350 ml., each)
5 qts. (20 cups) ice cubes
3 bottles ginger ale (soda pop)(2 litre size, each)


Combine all of the ingredients in a large punch bowl, or punch dispenser, and mix to combine.


TIP - you can also add red raspberry ice cubes to float along the top of the punch to make it look "extra special".

See:  How to Make Cool Raspberry Ice Cubes

... I don't know about you, but I always find it a little frustrating when attending a shower, or wedding, or any other occasion where there is punch available in a large "punch bowl".

Many guests find having to serve themselves with an awkward ladle dipped in a punch bowl, and then emptied into a little glass or cup impossible to master without spilling, or, at least dripping all over the table and floor!

Have you ever noticed the number of table napkins which accumulate around the punch bowl, in an attempt to clean up the mess?

Not to mention how slow the whole process becomes, since everyone is trying their absolute hardest not to spill in clear view of all the other guests!

Well, this summer I attended a Wedding and ... the self-serve punch was available from a handy, neat, and attractive PUNCH DISPENSER!

No mess, quick, and efficient, this is obviously the answer! You can still dress up the Punch Bowl with decorative ice cubes, and it will look (and taste!) fabulous!

I have investigated these dispensers, and have found they are available in all shapes and sizes ... fancy ones for formal occasions, and basic models for less formal events.

They are relatively inexpensive, and can be delivered right to your door ... maybe even in time for that special event!

Most of these are also totally suitable for dispensing other drinks as well ... even for children's Birthday Parties!

 ... some drink dispensers allow for a special "ice core".

Check out the examples of great beverage dispensers below, available for online purchase at *Amazon.com.

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