New Year's Champagne Punch

New Year's Champagne Punch

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Owen L.Falk 0

"A very pleasing alcoholic punch to start a party going. It is colorful and tastes delicious."

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  1. Place the orange juice, ginger ale, and champagne in the refrigerator to get them well chilled.
  2. In a large punch bowl, place the block of sherbet in the center and pour the orange juice over the top. Next, pour the ginger ale over the sherbet. Finally, pour both bottles of champagne over the sherbet. Stir gently to mix the liquids, resulting in a foamy top. Serve immediately.
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yvetteski
12/13/2005

Very easy and quite popular at the office party today. I substituted cranberry juice cocktail for most of the OJ, and added about 1/3 c. of peach schnapps and one orange thinly sliced and each slice quartered to the punch bowl. 2 colleagues asked for the recipe. Next time I'll try it with the Edy's orange sherbet/vanilla ice cream instead of straight sherbet.

TypeA
11/17/2006

Very tasty punch and enjoyed by many, but it was quite 'frothy'--I had to constantly peel the foam from the top. I also added frpzen strawberries (highly recommended) and a portion of cranberry juice which makes the mixture less orange'y'.

LUVMY2KIDS
12/27/2004

Excellent punch! I added a package of frozen strawberries to keep it chilled and it was also good. Will definitely make it for this New Year's again!