I first made this champagne for my sister’s wedding reception and it was such a big hit that I now include it in most functions I host now including birthdays and the Springtime Sabbats. My 7 year old daughter absolutely loves it. So here is a drink recipe for the little ones to have while the big witches enjoy some May wine. Blessed Be!
1 (32 ounce) bottle of white cranberry juice
2 (2 liter) bottles ginger ale
You can make an ice ring to go in the champagne to add a nice touch.
To make the ice ring fill a ring shaped cake pan half full with water or ginger ale.
Allow to freeze in the freezer until partially frozen ( kind of slushy).
At this point you can add some colorful edible flower heads such as marigolds, daisies, dandelions, roses or whatever you like.
Position the flowers around the ring the way you want them and add more water or ginger ale to the ring to finish filling up the cake ring.
Place the ring back in the freezer and freeze until solid.
Once frozen solid remove and place in a large punch bowl just before serving.
Place all or half of the ingredients in the punch bowl and serve.
As the punch gets low, and it will :) just add the second half of your mixture.