Ginger Ale Punch
Ginger ale adds fizz and sparkle to fruit drinks and party punches. Scoop in extra fun and flavor by adding rainbow sherbet or ice cream. These easy recipes for ginger ale fruit drinks create a class of drinks all their own.See Popular Ginger Ale Punch Recipes
This fruity frozen drink is great for a party. The recipe makes 24 servings.
This easy to make flavored drink includes fresh blueberries--just right for summer parties.
Maraschino cherry juice gives this springy cocktail its namesake color. Cheers!
This frozen drink will cool even the hottest summer day.
This red punch is festive at Christmas but can be served any time of the year.
The peach mixture for this refreshing drink recipe can be placed in the freezer and served at the spur of the moment when unexpected guests arrive.
Combine iced tea and ginger ale for a refreshing low-calorie drink.
The delicious flavor combination of pear, elderflower and ginger works great with or without alcohol. This recipe is the "virgin" version.
Ginger ale adds a fresh bubbly taste to this party punch. Lime wedges make for a flavorful garnish.
A batch of this good-for-you refresher turns a lazy summer afternoon into a party, with appeal for thirsty kids of all ages.
This company-pleasing cooler gets a double dose of ginger from grated fresh ginger as well as diet ginger ale. Ideal for the diabetic diet.
This two-ingredient cocktail pairs up sparkling hard cider with spicy ginger ale for a perfectly simple fall drink.
For a vibrant and vivacious side dish with unmatched natural sweetness, you should know how to cook beets. This often overlooked vegetable comes in several varieties, including red ruby and golden, which you can use interchangeably or combine in a single dish.
Heat got you down? No worries. We've cruised the best blogs and found that most of our favorites have recipes for cooling summer drinks--some with alcohol, some without.
I never thought of myself as someone who likes cabbage. The thick, white leaves and lettuce-like rotundity doesn't inspire a lot of passion. But for a bunch of weeks I had tons of it, in every variety, in my weekly CSA box, and I tried a bevy of recipes to see what I could make of it.