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Mother-in-Law’s Punch

SERVES : 8
PREP TIME : 15 Minutes
COOK TIME : 15 Minutes
There is no large family gathering which can go without a large bucket of this delicious mother-in-law’s punch, cooling in the freezer a few hours before. If left in the freezer for too long, it becomes almost slushy—which my children say is never a bad thing. It’s difficult to stop at one glass. I love having to slurp out the stray bits of grated apple as I sip through this summer staple.

INGREDIENTS

1 ½ cup Oros concentrate
1 cup Wild Island Granadilla & Mango concentrate
½ cup Halls Guava concentrate
½ cup naartjie juice
8 cups water
Pulp of 2 granadillas
½ tsp ground cardamom
1 tbsp rose syrup, for colour
1 apple, grated
Mint leaves

Mix all the ingredients in a large jug and serve chilled.

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Naqiyah Mayat is a connoisseur of luxury, elegance and beauty. Her lifestyle brand is built around a philosophy of sophistication and aspiration.

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