When I made Hawaiian Chicken, this was the punch that went along with that meal. Shoot, you can’t have a Hawaiian themed meal without the fruity, delicious punch, can you? No! My thoughts exactly. While researching some different types of punch, the ingredients were what jumped out at me when it came to how I thought it might taste. This was one of those recipes that jumped out at me as something that would be a good, fruity combination…and something that was an actual Hawaiian style punch, and not just something thrown together with powdered mixers.
It was delicious…in fact, I’ll be making this again for parties in the future. When it comes to kids and punch, personally I try to avoid the bright red or other dark colors that stain floors and carpet easily, and go with something that’ll be easier to clean up. This punch definitely falls into that category. And let me tell you, this stuff did not go to waste, even though I made the whole batch. My husband and daughter continued to drink it as the week went on. This made Mama happy.
Pali Punch Recipe:
2 cans guava juice
1 1/2 cups pineapple juice
1 cup orange juice
1/2 cup lemon juice
2 tablespoons grenadine syrup
1 (2 liter) bottle ginger ale
Combine all ingredients and stir. Can be served in a large pitcher or punch bowl.
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I love anything hawaiian…seriously… 😀
Anyway, what is grenadine syrup? That’s new to me!
Grenadine is a non-alcoholic sweet syrup that has a cherry taste to it. It’s used in bars for a lot of drink mixtures, and as a kid I used to always order a Shirley Temple (which is Sprite and grenadine). It’s really delicious!
Oh! Thanks for the info. Where can it be purchased? Is it sold with alcohol at the grocery store? 🙂
Yes, you can get it at the grocery store in the alcohol section…but they usually have non-alcoholic mixes and flavors all together, it should be with those! 🙂