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Sparkling Holiday Punch

The holidays are always sweeter when you are surrounded by family and friends. In the spirit of the holiday season being #SweeterTogether, I've teamed up with #Torani to create a new family friendly punch. This Sparkling Holiday Punch is sure to brighten up your holiday menu! It's a delicious punch mix made with ginger ale, white grape, and Torani Pomegranate Syrup! This drink is a no brainer. Simple, delicious & family friendly. Nothing is better than a fun, fizzing, festive drink at a holiday party. Make it with me!

This post is sponsored by Torani but the opinions and images expressed are my own. 

This holiday season gather family and friends together with delightful Torani flavored batched drinks. After all, the holidays are always #SweeterTogether. 

You guys know I love the Torani team and their syrups! They are seriously the best tasting!! Torani is made with simple ingredients, and it's is easy to use and versatile. One flavor is all it takes to create a variety of refreshments. Plus, Torani offers flavor for all. Over 100 flavors! There’s something for everyone no matter what the occasion. It's the perfect holiday kitchen essential!

Head to my Instagram @MyOwnMealPlan to enter for a chance to win ONE YEAR SUPPLY OF TORANI SYRUPS! Giveaway runs until December 16th!!! Go enter!!!

View a full video tutorial on how to make this yummy drink below!!

Sparkling Holiday Punch 

2 liters ginger ale
1 can frozen white grape juice concentrate
3 tablespoons Torani Pomegranate Syrup 
1 cup pomegranate seeds
2 cups pound crushed ice
Optional: lemon juice & sugar for sparkly rim

Mix ginger ale with white grape juice concentrate in a punch bowl.
Add the Torani Pomegranate Syrup and pomegranate seeds.
Finish with ice.

*To sugar the rim of the cup, dip the rim in lemon juice, then roll in granulated sugar.

Print this recipe here!


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