|Cakes and Ale|
|by Edward Spencer|
Edward Spencer's 1913 "Cakes and Ale" is a collection of food essays interpersed with recipes and recollections of meals.
1 - 10 of 33 for kool- aid pineapple juice ginger ale punch
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Mix each package pre-sweetened Kool-Aid with 1 1/2 quarts water. Pour all Kool- Aid together. Add the other juices. Taste along ... wish to add ginger ale. If desired ... ale. Makes 4 gallons.
Mix sugar and Kool-Aid with small amount of water. Pour into gallon container. Add pineapple juice and fill with water. Add ginger ale.
Mix Kool-Aid according to directions on package. Add fruit juices and chill. Just before serving, add ginger ale or 7-Up. Yields 25 punch cups.
Mix pineapple juice, Kool Aid, sugar and water. Add ginger ale before serving.
1. Dissolve Kool-Aid and sugar in water. 2. Add pineapple juice and lemonade. 3. ... cold. Make sure Ginger Ale is cold before ... want in the punch. Makes 1 gallon and serves 25 people.
Mix Kool-Aid, water and ... well and add pineapple juice in a gallon ... molds for keeping punch cold when serving ... and add the ginger ale. This is a very flavorful, but economical punch.
Mix Kool-Aid, sugar and water. Add juice and stir. Put in 15-20 ice cubes in punch bowl. Pour Kool-Aid mixture over ice. Add 7-Up. Spoon in sherbet.
Dissolve Kool aid and sugar in water. Add fruit juices. Chill. Just before serving add ginger ale. Makes 1 1/2 gallons or about 50 servings.
Mix Kool Aid, sugar, water and pineapple juice. Freeze. Add ginger ale just before serving. Serves 25-30 people.
Mix Kool-Aid, water and sugar. Add pineapple juice. Chill. Just before serving, add ginger ale.
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