Green Punch

Total Time:
5 min
5 min

1 gallon

  • Two .13-ounce packets unsweetened lemon-lime drink mix, such as Kool-Aid
  • 2 cups sugar
  • One 46-ounce can pineapple juice
  • 12 ounces frozen lemonade concentrate, thawed
  • 32 ounces ginger ale

Put 2 quarts water in a 1 gallon container. Add the drink mix and sugar and stir until the sugar is dissolved. Add the pineapple juice and lemonade concentrate and stir well. Just before serving, add the ginger ale.

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    It was easy to make, tastes terrific and it would be great to serve for a party. I would definately make it again and again. It was a hit
    Try it with lime sherbet! When I taught middle school in north Georgia, we always used this recipe for school parties because it is relatively inexpensive, easy to make and can be stored for extended periods of time in the refrigerator (just don't add the ginger ale until you are ready to serve). It is very nice in a punch bowl if you float softened lime sherbert over the top. An Ice ring mold or ice cubes with frozen lemon slices look good too! Kids and adults like the beverage. It was the favorite of our principal, and you didn't serve refreshments at school if you didn't have green punch during the 1970s and 80s. .
    with your new page how do you print the recipes, (you messed up) the old site was better.
    there is an icon over to the left above where you can pin it or share on FB.. but you have to figure this out yourself, along with adding to recipe box.. that is the icon under it.. but NOW I can't even open my box.. I'd encourage you to contact FN and complain.. I did.. I hate the changes
    I was able to put the recipe into my recipe box with no problem...I did have to be logged in first.
    I made this for Easter and the whole family loved it. I used lime concentrate instead on lemon. Very festive.
    Not a saver. This lady's got to get her measurements correct. The recipe makes well over a gallon. Plan accordingly.
    I made this for a graduation party at the church as green was one of the students school colors. It was a hit.
    its so nice in your mouth nice and sweet
    Decided to make this punch for Easter today. Our store didn't have the green kool-aid so we used the pink lemonade instead. It tasted great and had the most beautiful color. Perfect for Easter!
    this was so yummy! my kids loved it ! instead of green coolaid packets, i used a green crystal light mix, and didnt need to add in any sugar! It was tart and refreshing. loved it!
    I made this and I thought it was REALLY good! The only complaint I have is....that I don't have a big enough pitcher to stir it up in....but it was quite tasty and my kids loved it. :
    It was tasty enough, but you need to omit one cup of sugar at least. I like sweet drinks but this was excessive.
    This was prepared by a friend. I found it to be tasty and refreshing. Plan to make it myself.
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