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Wedding Reception Punch Recipe

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Ellis & Frances Hollenshead Babcock @ the 2008 Hollenshead reunion in Tyler, Texas

 

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Frances Hollenshead Babcock
Added: Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
3 1/2 c. sugar
10 c. water
2 pkg. (sm.) lemon Jello
1 can (46-oz.) pineapple juice
1 qt. orange juice
1 can (sm.) frozen lemonade
food coloring, as desired
3 lg. bottles of ginger ale

Directions:
Directions:
Add sugar and 6 c. water. Boil together until syrupy. Add lemon Jello and stir until dissolved. Add 4 c. cold water. When cool, add pineapple juice, orange juice and frozen lemonade. Use food coloring to get desired color. Pour into 3 - 1/2 gal. milk cartons and freeze. Thaw 2 - 3 hr. at room temp.until crunchy. Before serving, add 1 lg. ginger ale per carton. DO NOT ADD ICE.

Number Of Servings:
Number Of Servings:
50
Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
Frances is the wife of Ellis Babcock, the daughter of the late Leon & Katherine (Reed) Hollenshead & the granddaughter of the late Charlie & Carrie (Wade) Hollenshead.

 

 

 

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