Happy New Year Champagne Punch | The Cupboard Drawer Recipe Book
With the New Year Parties right around the corner; here is an easy New Years Punch recipe from The Cupboard Drawer Recipe Book, which has a special twist for your party friends with a sweet tooth, and is sure to be talked about well into the New Year as a unique and tasty addition to your party. Do Enjoy!
1 Can (6oz) Frozen Lemonade Concentrate
1 Btl (750 ml) Champagne, chilled
2 ¾ Cup Unsweetened Pineapple Juice
2 Cup Chilled Club Soda
1 ½ Cup dry white wine, chilled
2 Cup Vanilla Ice Cream
- In a large bowl prepare the lemonade according to package directions; add Champagne, Pineapple juice, Club Soda, and Wine. Mix lightly
- Top with scoops of Vanilla Ice Cream and stir gently just before serving.
Yield 32 – 4 oz Servings
- Red – Substitute Cherry Kool-Aid for lemonade but use more club soda and Peppermint Schnapps instead of water (half and half), Pink Champagne, and a Red Wine for white; use Cherry Ice Cream, (this one has a real kick!)
- Green – make as original recipe but use half Vodka when you mix the lemonade, and prepare three dozen green Jello Shooters and use them and pistachio Ice cream, for the toppings. ( a hangover waiting to happen).
All in all a great way to add to the fun. Always, always have a designated driver, and drink responsibly. If the party is at your house take everyone’s car keys on entry (and make sure it’s the designated driver that holds them) and have a crash space for your friends. Even Better take a cab to and from the party, splurge a little after all it’s New Years!
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