Rosy Glow Punch

Rosy Glow Punch

Rosy Glow Punch: A Refreshing Delight for Any Occasion

Emerging from the pages of the May 1980 edition of Woman’s Day, Rosy Glow Punch is a delightful beverage that conjures up images of summer picnics, backyard barbecues, and carefree gatherings with friends and family. This vibrant concoction is a symphony of flavors and textures guaranteed to refresh and revitalize your taste buds.

A Burst of Cranberry Bliss

The foundation of Rosy Glow Punch is the tangy sweetness of the cranberry juice cocktail. With its deep ruby hue and refreshing tartness, this versatile beverage sets the stage for a harmonious blend of flavors.

A Lemonade Twist

A generous splash of frozen lemonade concentrate adds a touch of zesty citrus goodness to the punch. The lemonade’s bright, sunny flavor perfectly complements the cranberry juice’s tanginess, creating a delightful interplay of sweet and sour notes.

Raspberry Sherbert for a Smooth Embrace

With its vibrant pink hue and sweet, tangy flavor, Raspberry sherbert adds a touch of creamy indulgence to the punch. The sherbert melts into the cranberry lemonade mixture, creating a smooth, velvety texture that coats the palate with a burst of raspberry goodness.

Ginger Ale for a Refreshing Fizz

Chilled ginger ale, with its effervescent fizz and subtle ginger spice, provides a refreshing counterpoint to the sweetness of the punch. The ginger’s gentle warmth invigorates the senses, while the bubbles add a playful touch that makes each sip a delightful experience.

A Touch of Mint for an Aromatic Delight

Garnish your Rosy Glow Punch with sprigs of fresh mint, adding a touch of elegance and an aromatic nuance that elevates the punch to new heights. The mint’s refreshing scent and subtle coolness perfectly complement the flavors of the punch, creating a harmonious symphony of sensory delight.

A Punch for All Seasons

Whether you’re seeking a refreshing beverage to beat the summer heat or a delightful accompaniment to a holiday gathering, Rosy Glow Punch is sure to please. Its vibrant flavors, playful textures, and refreshing fizz make it a versatile punch that all ages can enjoy.

So gather your loved ones, whip up a batch of Rosy Glow Punch, and raise a glass to life’s simple pleasures. With each sip, you’ll experience a burst of flavor and a touch of nostalgia, a reminder of the joy of sharing a delightful beverage with those you cherish.

Rosy Glow Punch

Rosy Glow Punch
Servings: 50 cups
A vintage handwritten recipe for Rosy Glow Punch; this recipe came from the May 1980 edition of Woman's Day. Make this punch with cranberry juice, lemonade concentrate, raspberry sherbert, and ginger ale. Garnish with mint sprigs.
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  • 3 bottles cranberry juice cocktail, chilled 1 quart bottles
  • 1 can frozen lemonade concentrate, thawed 12-ounce can
  • 1/2 gallon raspberry sherbert
  • 1 quart ginger ale, chilled
  • mint sprigs


  • Combine cranberry cocktail and lemonade concentrate.
  • Stir well; chill.
  • Just before serving, pour into a 4-quart punch bowl.
  • Add scoops of sherbert.
  • Slowly add ginger ale.
  • Garnish with mint sprigs.

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Course Beverage
Cuisine American
Keyword Cranberry, Ginger Ale, Punch, Raspberry


Serves 50 1/2 cup or 4-ounces each
This recipe is from the May 1980 edition of Woman's Day.

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