Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Stirring Up Some Enchanted Punch!

This punch will sure to spark magic at your Samhain celebration!

8 cups cranberry juice (health and love)
6 cups apple cider (love)
6 cinnamon sticks (psychic powers)
6 orange slices (luck)
1 liter ginger ale (success)
1 tray of ice cubes

Pour cranberry juice and apple cider into a large bowl. Break the cinnamon sticks in half. Put one cinnamon stick and one piece of orange in each cube holder. Fill an ice cube tray with some of the cranberry-apple mixture. Freeze. Refrigerate remaining punch mixture in bowl. Before serving, add ginger ale and ice cubes.

Recipe courtesy of Halloween (spells, customs, and recipes) by Silver Ravenwolf

12 comments:

  1. Sounds delicious! Love the idea of the frozen fruit, as in sangría! I'll have to post my Hipocrás (mulled cider) recipe :).

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  2. Sounds yummie......
    Thanks for the recept :)
    (@^.^@)

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  3. Oh i'll have to try that one. Thanks.

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  4. Oh Yummmm, I make a punch with the apple cider (love), blood orange juice (bound by blood... or friendship), ginger ale (health), the juice of 2 limes (prosperity).... and float a sprig of rosemary on top before serving it (double health). I love the red color!

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  5. Ah, the punch sounds like just the thing to serve at our next Antique Club meeting. Thanks for sharing it with me. Antique Rose

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  6. spooky sweet, thanks! YOu can live next door to me if I can trade salsa for this! haha!

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  7. I am sooo making this. Yum.

    )O(
    boo

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  8. Oh, beautiful Samhain! I just picked up 2 new Halloween decorations yesterday, but I'm still holding back from decorating and preparing.

    I want to focus on Mabon and harvest first...

    This punch sounds like it would be the perfect complement to any party from September to January!

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  9. This is a lovely mix - I think I might add some of my "Crystal Head Vodka" though, and make it a beverage for one of my girlfriends gatherings!

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  10. This looks really good, and I love apple cider.
    Michelle I wanted to thank you for all the lovely, encouraging comments you leave on my blog!
    Hugs))

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  11. MMM...one to add to my list of yummies!
    Thanks so much!
    I can't wait for Samhain. I've already started my decorating. :)
    Hope you're having a lovely day!
    Sandra

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