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Berry Eggnog Punch

"Eggnog takes a fruity spin in this blush-colored punch."
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10 m servings
Original recipe yields 14 servings (14 (4 ounce) servings)

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  1. Combine cranberry-raspberry juice and eggnog in a pitcher. Carefully add lemon-lime beverage. Dollop each serving with some of the whipped cream. Sprinkle with nutmeg. Top with a fresh raspberry, if desired.


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I had another punch ready for a wedding I was providing food for, and at the last minute, saw this recipe, and tried it. I loved it, so I served it at the wedding, and had awesome reviews! I wo...

This is a wonderfully refreshing holiday drink. I made it to go along with some hot appetizers and all of my guests loved it.

The eggnog-lovers loved this, and the eggnog-haters hated it! I, personally, found it very yummy, but noticed that the punch curdled after sitting in the punchbowl for a while. I will likely m...

This is super easy...pretty tasty, too! I thought it was a little sweet, so I might try ginger ale instead of lemon-lime next time. I also used the canned egg nog so I could keep it on hand du...

I made this for my office Holiday party and it got rave reviews! May asked for the recipe.

Absolutely DELISH! Next time, I will use a little less lemon-lime soda to make it a softer "zest" but a definte recommendation for a popular drink.

Very good and a wonderful twist on traditional eggnog. The berry flavour is a bit too subtle for me but my guests seemed to love this recipe despite my pickiness.