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== Description ==
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==Description==
 
Got a frozen beer mug? This ice-cold fruit punch is made and mixed with real fruit juice and lemon-lime soda and is great for breakfast, dinner, or lunch, or as the new accompaniment to any meal. Ginger ale and cinnamon rarely work for this, too.
 
Got a frozen beer mug? This ice-cold fruit punch is made and mixed with real fruit juice and lemon-lime soda and is great for breakfast, dinner, or lunch, or as the new accompaniment to any meal. Ginger ale and cinnamon rarely work for this, too.
   
== Ingredients ==
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==Ingredients==
 
* 2 cups [[pineapple juice]], 500 ml.
 
* 2 cups [[pineapple juice]], 500 ml.
 
* 2 cups [[grapefruit juice]], 500 ml.
 
* 2 cups [[grapefruit juice]], 500 ml.
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* 2 pints [[ginger ale]] or 7-Up
 
* 2 pints [[ginger ale]] or 7-Up
   
== Directions ==
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==Directions==
 
# Mix all ingredients in a large mug or bowl, except water and 7-Up or [[ginger ale]].
 
# Mix all ingredients in a large mug or bowl, except water and 7-Up or [[ginger ale]].
 
# Add [[water]], mix, and put to chill.
 
# Add [[water]], mix, and put to chill.

Latest revision as of 07:30, February 17, 2020

DescriptionEdit

Got a frozen beer mug? This ice-cold fruit punch is made and mixed with real fruit juice and lemon-lime soda and is great for breakfast, dinner, or lunch, or as the new accompaniment to any meal. Ginger ale and cinnamon rarely work for this, too.

IngredientsEdit

DirectionsEdit

  1. Mix all ingredients in a large mug or bowl, except water and 7-Up or ginger ale.
  2. Add water, mix, and put to chill.
  3. When ready to serve, add 7-Up or ginger ale. Pour or scoop the soda-based fruit punch into a beer mug with ice cubes.

Nutritional Information Edit

Servings: 28 glasses or 2-3 scoops per mug

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