Tropical Fruit Punch (Mocktail)

Introduction: Tropical Fruit Punch (Mocktail)

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 Wether its for a cocktail party or christmas dinner this tropical fruit punch
that will delight youre freinds and family, its easy, with virtualy no cleanup,
this mocktail will be in the spotlight of youre next party!

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Step 1: What You'll Need

To make this delightfull treat you will need:

* Oranges
* Guayabas
* Hibiscus
* Sugar
* Raisins
* Cinnamon
* You can also add other tropical fruits like pineapple
* Boiled water

All the ingrediants are added to taste.

Step 2: Cook It

Add the hibuscus petals and cook untill red (observe picture)
In the meantime slice the fruits.
Strain out the petals.
Add the sliced fruits and the raisins.
Cook till the raisins are done(Taste them, they should taste tangy)
Add sugar.

Step 3: Serve

Serve warm and in a large bowel, keep the fruit in, it tastes good. If you liked it vote for it and rate it 5 stars.

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    7 Discussions


    10 years ago on Introduction

    This is really good. It has a christmas flavor. You definetily have my vote!!!

    knex gun builder freak
    knex gun builder freak

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Try thinking a bit, Why would it be in the knex secction if:
    1. No tags are knex, or anything similar.
    2. It is not knex category of sub category.

    Tell me when you found it out!


    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

     If you type in knex and then click most recent
    voila, there it is