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Fruity Ice Wreath

If you're serving punch for a party, keep it chilled -- and flavorful -- with a fruity ice wreath. The wreath can be stored in the freezer, wrapped in plastic, up to 1 month.

Photography: Aaron Dyer

Source: Martha Stewart Living, December/January 2015


  • 5 oranges, thinly sliced
  • 2 lemons, thinly sliced
  • 1 1/2 cups whole cranberries
  • 1/4 cup fresh rosemary sprigs
  • 3 cups cranberry-juice cocktail


  1. Overlap oranges, lemons, cranberries, and rosemary sprigs in a 10-inch Bundt pan; add 3 cups water and cranberry-juice cocktail. Freeze overnight. To unmold wreath, dip pan in a bowl of hot water until edges just start to melt. (Don't let the water come up over the top.) Remove and turn out onto a plate.

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  • maliaelsner
    20 NOV, 2016
    I do a Christmas Eve open house every year for friends and neighbors and am always looking for a one size fits all festive drink. I made a version of this last Christmas Eve, substituting the punch with a mixture of 50% ginger ale, 25% cranberry cocktail and 25% orange juice. I had bottles of bourbon and rum next to the punch for adults to add to their glass if they wanted. It was a huge hit for the adults and kids. I went through several bowls of it and will have to have more on hand this year.