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Frosty Red Punch

Frosty Red Punch


3 cans (46-ounces each) fruit juicy red Hawaiian punch, chilled
1 can (6-ounces) frozen pineapple juice, thawed
2 bottles ginger ale, chilled
Lime, lemon, or orange slices


Mix canned punch and frozen juice. Just before serving, add ginger ale. Serve over ice in attractive punch bowl or large pitcher and top punch with lime, lemon, or orange slices in any combination. Makes about 35 5-ounce servings.

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