Banana Punch Recipe & Homemade Baby Wipes Recipe

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Welcoming a new little one to your world? Shower baby and family and friends with lots of love (and these recipes and gifts)!

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Our Banana Punch recipe, from Bronner’s Flavorful Favorites, 1st edition, makes a perfect baby-shower beverage. It’s rich yellow color is a perfect baby neutral that won’t give the surprise away if you are hosting a gender-reveal at the shower!Rubber Ducky Glass Ornaments, Exclusive From Bronner's.
Bronner's Banana Punch Recipe With Bananas


Banana Punch With Banana Slices

Serves 50


– 8 c. water
– 4 c. sugar
– 2 qts. pineapple juice
– 4 small cans frozen orange juice, diluted with 12 cans of water
– 1/2 c. lemon juice
– 5 lg. bananas, puréed in blender
– 2 qts. Vernors or ginger ale

1. Combine 8 cups water and sugar. Bring to a boil.
2. Boil 15 minutes. Let cool.
3. Add other juices and bananas.
4. Mix thoroughly and freeze.
5. Take out at least 2 hours before serving and add Vernors or ginger ale.

Recipe Note: No ice needed. To reduce sugar in this recipe, use two cups of sugar rather than four.

*submitted by Ann Roettger

Banana Punch In Mason Jar, Top View


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Love to give a homemade gift? Our recipe for Homemade Baby Wipes from “Bronner’s Flavorful Favorites” staff cookbook is a practical gift that mom is sure to appreciate. For the gift that keeps on giving, present mom with two containers of wipes at the shower along with a coupon offering a number of free refills. All mom has to do is return an empty container to you when she needs a refill!


DIY Homemade Baby Wipes Baby Shower Gift From Bronner's Cookbook


– 1 roll of Bounty white paper towels
– 1 1/2 – 2 c. water
– 1 T. Baby Magic baby wash
– 1 T. Baby Magic baby oil
– 1 large, round Rubbermaid container with lid


1. Cut paper towel roll in half. Carefully pull out cardboard tube.

DIY Homemade Baby Wipes From Bronner's Cookbook. Paper Towels.

2. In a bowl or small pitcher, mix water, baby wash and baby oil.

Mix Baby Wash And Baby Oil With Water For DIY Homemade Baby Wipes.

3. Place one half of the paper towel roll into the Rubbermaid container, cut side down. Pour mixture over paper towel.

Pour The Mixture Over Paper Towels To Create Homemade Baby Wipes From Bronner's Christmas Wonderland's Staff Cookbook.

4. Put lid on container and let stand for 6-12 hours.

Seal Airtight Container And Let The Homemade Wipes Cure.

5. To use, pull wipes from center of roll.

Homemade, DIY Baby Wipes For Baby Shower Gift Idea From Bronner's Cookbook.

If they are too wet, leave the lid off for a little while. If they are too dry, add a little more water. These are great for babies with sensitive skin and are inexpensive to make.

*submitted by Connie Daenzer

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One thought on “Banana Punch Recipe & Homemade Baby Wipes Recipe

  • November 14, 2017 at 12:18 am

    Thanks so much for the helpful post! My son has down syndrome and is 3 months old today. I have been trying to figure out what to get him for Chritmas for weeks now. I can’t wait to try some of your suggestions!


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