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Quick and refreshing, this Sparkling Strawberry Punch is festive and can be served at showers, picnics, on holidays, or simply as a pick-me-up on a hot summer afternoon. You may also like our frozen hot chocolate. It’s another kid favorite!
It took awhile for summer to hit Ohio, but when summer decides to come, it comes in full force! We’ve been having beautiful weather. Yes, there’s been some hot, humid days, but that’s summer in Ohio. We spent last weekend with family, trying to get cousins together one last time before the school rush starts. There were sleepovers, lots of outside games, birthday celebrations (my baby turned 10!) and cookouts. Fire roasted hot dogs are a must when the cousins get together.
Today I’m sharing just the way to beat the summer heat and a refreshing addition to your picnic: Sparkling Strawberry Punch. It’s a sweet and tangy blend of lemonade, ginger ale, and Kraft JELL-O. Wait…what’s that you say? JELL-O in a drink? Yes! Sounds strange, but it is a great way to add an unbelievable punch of fruity flavor to a sweet drink.
This summer drink recipe is a simple 4 ingredients. You’ll heat two cups of water, dissolve the JELL-O in the hot water, mix in the cold lemonade concentrate and ginger ale. Then you’ll mix it up and it’s ready to be served.
Because this punch has the flavors of strawberry and lemons, it’s fun to jazz up your glasses with slices of fresh lemon and sweet strawberries. Add this fruit directly to the punch bowl, or keep it on the side for guests to add themselves.
My kids devoured this sparkling strawberry punch. Drinks are one of those menu items that I often overlook when planning for a cookout. So when they get a special red juice instead of plain ol’ water, they’re some happy kids.
Can you use Sprite instead of ginger ale
Can you make it sugar free . I’m diabetic
To make a gallon I got jello it comes in 6 ounces do I need to get 4 boxes?
I’m confused about the frozen lemonade concentrate. Is that 24 oz of concentrate as in directly from the can or is it 24 oz of concentrate mixed with water according to the directions on the can?. I haven’t tried the recipe yet but
Frozen lemonade or frozen lemonade concentrate?
If I make this the night before, will it turn jello hard?
Any ideas for a non carbonated substitute for the ginger ale? I’m wanting to make this for my kiddos but I’m afraid the ginger ale will go flat before we drink a whole gallon.
Has anyone tried this with other flavors of Jello?“