I love peach. It’s so good looking and yummy in taste. As summer is around the corner, fruits are going to get in my kitchen. And peach is one of the prior. This Peach Punch is favorite to my family members and friends. I get lots of footage for preparing this awesome summer drink. My friends pamper me a lot for this, so with a blush am sharing my complimentary punch.
It’s so good looking and yummy in taste. As summer is round the corner, fruits are going to get in my kitchen. And peach is one of the prior.
- 1 ½ cup Sugar
- 11.3 oz (325 gram can) Peach nectar
- ½ cup Lemon juice
- 10 oz (285 gram bottle) Ginger ale
- 3 oz (85 gram) Peach flavored gelatin
- 29 oz (825 gram can) Peach slices in light syrup
- 3 cups Water
In a saucepan, combine water, sugar, and gelatin.
Bring them to boil and stir it to dissolve.
Now in a blender, place the undrained peach slices.
Cover the lid and blend it until smooth.
Then in a large bowl, combine the gelatin mixture, the pureed peached, peach nectar and lemon juice.
Now divide the peach mixture among four 1-quart containers.
Then cover it and freeze overnight or until firm.
This mixture can be frozen up to 3 months.
Now place one or more containers at room temperature for 1 hour.
With a large fork break frozen peach mixture in a chunk and place it in a punch bowl or jug.
Stir in 2 bottles of ginger ale per container of the peach mixture until slushy.
Now distribute the punch into 24 servings (four 6 – serving batches) and serve.
Summer peaches are so glorious! I have been greedily and great fully buy armloads of peaches from market whenever I think of a drink to serve – something refreshing and non-alcoholic. I immediately turn to the pile peaches to the kitchen counter.