Wednesday, December 31, 2014

New Year's Eve Non-Alcoholic Raspberry Party Punch

Yum
So, what do you have planned for tonight?  We keep our New Year's celebrations pretty simple with just some time with family hanging out, sharing in some yummy food and watching a movie or two.  Often times we celebrate the evening with some fondue or over some seafood.  This year we are keeping it even simpler...making some homemade pizzas.  We'll watch Rockin' New Year's Eve and as soon as the clock strikes midnight, we'll exchange New Year wishes to each other and then head off to bed.  Pretty festive, eh?  Might even have on the pjs during the celebration!  Ha!
Actually, that is my kind of evening!
What have you got planned?
I'd love to hear about it!
Whether you ring in the new year at noon with the kiddos or at midnight in your pjs,
here is a pretty and delicious non-alcoholic punch to serve!



Raspberry Party Punch
is one of those punch recipes that has been around for awhile, but never gets old!
Raspberry Party Punch is refreshing, pretty and tastes oh sooo good!


I am thinking that after tonight, you need to save this recipe for future parties, Valentine's Day, bridal or baby showers!  Or just whip out the recipe anytime you want something festive and fun!

Ingredients:
1 can frozen pink lemonade
1 container fat free raspberry sherbet
5 cups gingerale
fresh raspberries
Directions:
Defrost 1 can of frozen pink lemonade.  Once defrosted, place pink lemonade into a large pitcher.  Add 4 cups fat free raspberry sherbet.  Pour 5 cups of gingerale over top the sherbet.
Into each glass, put one scoop of raspberry sherbet and then pour the party punch over top.  Add a fresh raspberry or two and serve.



You may not be painting the town red tonight, but you can paint it pink!
Raspberry Party Punch is bubbly and fizzy with a delicious raspberry flavor that will make you want more!

Happy New Year and see ya in 2015!

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Celebrate the little things that make life sweet,
Christine


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