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In a large ... in the rainbow sherbet and ginger ale. ... fruit juice thinned with water (3 parts fruit juice to one part water) which you have on hand.
The day before, ... be used to form a wreath. In a large punch bowl, add pour ginger ale over. Stir to soften. Unmold the ice and add to the punch bowl.
Combine first 3 ... cranberry juice; mix well. Chill. Spoon scoops of sherbet on top of punch. Add ginger ale; gently stir to blend. Makes 3 1/2 quarts.
Mix sugar and spices. Add eggs, beat well. Stir in chilled juice and ginger ale, blending thoroughly. Add scoops of sherbet. Makes 24 1/2 cups.
Mix sugar and ... Stir chilled juices and ginger ale, blending thoroughly. Add scoops of sherbet, if desired. Makes approximately 24 (1/2 cup) servings.
Place unthawed sherbet in punch bowl about 1 ... just before serving. Use orange, strawberry, lime, or raspberry depending on holiday and color desired.
Combine lemon and ... juice. Refrigerate until cold. Pour into punch bowl. Add ginger ale, blend well. Float sherbet balls on top. Approximately 30 servings.
Combine orange juice, ... juice and mix well. Chill. Spoon scoops of sherbet on top of punch. Add ginger ale and gently stir to blend. Yields: 3 1/2 quarts.
Spoon sherbet into punch bowl. Pour chilled ... place punch bowl on low table so children can serve themselves. Decorate around bowl with cedar and holly.
Combine orange and ... juice; mix well. Chill. Spoon scoops of sherbet on top of punch. Add ginger ale; gently stir to blend. Makes 3 1/2 quarts. Very tasty!
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