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Punch for a Bunch Recipe

8 1/4 cups
2 cups
1 – 12 ounce can
1 – 6 ounce can
1 – 46 ounce can
1/4 cup
3 large
2 – 2 liter bottles
water
granulated sugar
frozen orange juice
frozen lemonade
pineapple juice
lemon juice, concentrate
bananas, peeled
ginger ale

Recipe Container: large punch bowl

Punch for a Bunch Directions

In a large pan combine the water and sugar.
Bring mixture to a boil and continue boiling for 3 minutes stirring to dissolve the sugar.
Cool slightly.
Add the frozen orange juice, frozen lemonade and lemon juice.
Stir until frozen juice is thawed.
Beat bananas in blender until they are a liquid.
Pour into juice mixture and mix this punch for a bunch recipe well.
Freeze punch for a bunch mixture until ready to use.

Remove punch from the freezer one half hour before serving and place into a large punch bowl.

Just before serving punch for a bunch, be sure to add the ginger ale.


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