Note: If you want, you can add lemon and lime slices on the top. If you have the time, freeze soda in ice cube trays with a cherry in the middle so you won't water your punch down a lot.
Another thing you can do is make a giant root beer float, using root beer and vanilla ice cream. Add just a little whipped cream here and there, if you want. You could try cherry soda and black cherry ice cream or vanilla ice cream. A giant creamsicle with orange soda and vanilla ice cream. Just use your imagination! Have Fun!
Depending on your party size, just increase the amount of ingredients to what you think you are going to need. I would buy more then I usually needed just to be sure. I also would use this instead of buying massive quantities of soda. With this you won't be finding 1/2 empty cans of soda to cans with one sip taken out of it, when you clean up. With prices today, I would say punch for the kids and coffee or tea for adults. This way, you have a little control over the amounts they drink.
By Darlene from Fairview, PA
Party Punch Recipes
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