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Monday, April 6, 2015

Grandma Rees' Peach Punch

   Grandma makes a really fun slushy peach punch.  It just so happens that I have one of her punch bowls, so I thought this would be a perfect drink for our Easter get together.  She freezes the whole thing in a gallon ice cream bucket then serves it while it is still slushy.  Yum!

   Grandma says that a gallon ice cream bucket is perfect for freezing the punch.  But mine didn't all fit!  So, I had to use another little storage container as well.

Grandma's Peach Punch


1 6 oz package peach gelatin
1 1/2 cups sugar
3 1/2 cups boiling water
2 6 oz cans frozen lemonade
46 oz can unsweetened pineapple juice
6 cups cold water
1 2 liter white soda

  1. Mix the gelatin, sugar and boiling water until dissolved
  2. Stir in everything else except the soda
  3. Freeze until ready to serve.  (I made my punch a few days in advance and left it in the freezer)
  4. Remove from freezer an hour before you'd like to serve the punch.  Break up with a fork so that it has a slushy consistency
  5. Pour soda over top and enjoy!
See, it's easy and delicious!


  1. Grandma serve that at my bridal shower. I still remember how much I enjoyed that.

  2. I love peach stuff! Can you taste the pineapple juice? I might have to try this...yummy!


    1. I don't think it taste like pineapple, but it does add a nice little zip. It is worth a try, but wait for a party. It makes a LOT!