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Holiday Wassail Punch

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Holiday Wassail Punch

This traditional beverage is perfect after a night of Christmas caroling or to enjoy with friends at any holiday gathering. The slow cooker keeps it warm for the evening.

1 quart apple juice
1 quart orange juice
2 cups cranberry juice
2 teaspoons lemon juice
1 can pineapple juice
1 cup sugar
3 to 4 cinnamon sticks
8 whole allspice
Navel orange slices

Combine all ingredients in listed order inside crock-pot (4 quart size or larger) and cook on low setting approximately 4 hours or until heated to desired temperature. Ladle into mugs and garnish with cinnamon sticks. Happy Holidays!

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