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3 Spring punch recipes – Champagne Punch, Orange Sherbert Punch, Sparkling Brunch Punch

Champagne Punch
Champagne Punch

Champagne Punch

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cups fresh lemon juice
  • 1 cup lemonade (Crystal Light)
  • 1/2 cup brandy
  • 2 cups fresh orange juice
  • 2 bottles chilled Champagne or sparkling wine
  • Orange/lemon slices
  • Fresh strawberries (optional)

Directions

Combine the lemon juice, lemonade, brandy and orange juice in a punch bowl and stir well. Add the Champagne and continue stirring. Add fruit slices. Cover and refrigerate until chilled (about 1 hour). When preparing overnight, wait to add the champagne until an hour before serving.

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(Ridiculously easy) Orange Sherbert Punch
(Ridiculously easy) Orange Sherbert Punch

(Ridiculously easy) Orange Sherbert Punch

This punch is not only one of the easiest recipes you can find (2 steps…does it get any better!?), it’s also easily adaptable for a kid-friendly or adult brunch. We suggest making two batches with and without the champagne or keep a bottle next to the punch so guests can add their own individually. With only two ingredients, this punch is also great for Easter on a budget!

Ingredients

1 container of Orange Sherbet
1 two liter of Ginger Ale
(Optional for adult punch: 1 bottle of Champagne)

Directions

In a punch bowl or pitcher, add container of Orange Sherbet. Pour in a 2 liter bottle of Ginger Ale (and one bottle of Champagne) and stir.
Feeling like this is too easy? Place orange slices or strawberries on the table for guests to use as a garnish.
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Sparkling Brunch Punch
Sparkling Brunch Punch

Sparkling Brunch Punch

Ingredients

1/2 cup of lemon juice
12oz. of pineapple juice
1 small jar of maraschino cherries
1 bottle of champagne
1 orange sliced  for garnish

Directions

Stir lemon juice and pineapple juice in a punch bowl or pitcher over ice. If serving right away, add bottle of chilled champagne and cherries. If serving the next day, add champagne an hour before. Slice orange for garnish.
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