|Salad (On Your Plate)|
|by Honor Head|
Introduces young children to the variety of food we eat, including where it comes from and how it is prepared and cooked.
Results 1 - 10 of 522 for fruit punches
In a large serving bowl, pour mixture over block of ice. 16 to 20 servings.
Boil the water. ... oranges, thinly sliced, the cherries cut in 4 parts, and the ginger ale. Pour this over 8 cups or 2 quarts of cracked ice in a punch bowl.
Make a syrup ... Combine tea, syrup, fruit juices and ice water. Pour over ice and garnish with mint ... slices of oranges and lemon. Makes 30 servings.
In a saucepan, ... to cool. Add fruit juices. At serving ... ice in the punch bowl. Edible flowers, ... removed. Add ginger ale just before serving. Serves 50.
In a large glass container, stir fruit juices together. Refrigerate ... ice cubes in punch bowl. Add ice ... with whipped cream. Makes 15 8-ounce servings.
Combine fruit juices in a ... cubes in a punch bowl. Add chilled ... floated if available, or use fruit juice colored ice cubes. Makes 30 (4 oz.) servings.
Make syrup by ... Strain and cool. Blend juices together, add simple syrup and fruit syrup, stir and add the sodas. Pour over block of ice in punch bowl.
Beat eggs and ... colored. Add flour, fruit cocktail, soda and ... Remove from heat. Add nuts. Cool slightly. Drizzle glaze over baked fruit punch bars.
Combine fruit punch syrup, lemonade, orange juice, and water. Just before serving, add ginger ale and ice.
Mix ginger ale, club soda, orange juice, lemon juice and Hi-C fruit punch together. Add ice, cherries and fruit slices. Serve. Makes approximately 1 gallon.
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