This easy fruit punch recipe combines everyone’s favorite juices for one delicious fruity drink!
How many times have you been to a party and they’re serving a signature drink? As someone who doesn’t drink alcohol, I always feel a bit slighted when there’s a signature drink but non-alcholic version for the rest of us.
Can’t you at least come up with a strawberry mocktail?
So I’ve made it my mission to come up with some drink recipes that are both kid-friendly and delicious for adults.
This fruit punch is one of my favorites because unlike this Christmas punch, it doesn’t use sherbet, so it’s not as sweet.
This punch actually reminds me of the drinks they they serve the kids when you check in at Beaches Turks & Caicos
It only takes five ingredients and can be made in seconds – really it’s only as long as it takes you to open the juice bottles and pour.
Plus it’s perfect for a summer party, a Hawaiian luau, a baby shower, or a birthday party!
For this, really any kind of juice would work but I recommend going with fresh juices rather than frozen concentrate. The frozen concentrate + water just dilutes the flavor a bit.
Unlike this holiday punch that has a few steps, this fruit punch recipe really only has one step.
Pour all the juices in a big pitcher and mix well. If you want to add the main juices – grapes and apple – first, you can.
But really you just need it all in the pitcher mixed up.
Once everything is mixed together, pour over ice in individual cups. Don’t add ice directly to the pitcher or you’ll dilute the flavor when the ice melts.
Make the fruit punch ahead of time and let it sit overnight. The longer the flavors co-mingle, the better the juice is.
Serve over pellet ice (aka sonic ice) because it tends to melt slower, allowing people to drink the punch before it gets diluted with melted ice water.
Garnish with orange slices and pineapple wedges to add a bit of pizzaz to the punch.
This fruit punch is made of apple juice, grape juice, white grape juice, pineapple juice, and orange juice.
Double the amounts of juice, combine in a large glass dispenser, and serve alongside cups and a bowl of ice for people to add to their individual glasses.
No, this fruit punch is simply made up of other juices and does not have any carbonation.
This fruit punch will last in the fridge for up to a week. Store in an airtight pitcher or container and enjoy cold.
In order to achieve the right flavor combinations, you need both. Otherwise, the fruit punch flavor won’t be the same since white and grape juice taste different.
More Easy Drinks
Homemade Fruit Punch
- ½ gallon white grape juice
- 4 ½ cups apple juice
- 4 ½ cups grape juice
- 2 TBS pineapple juice
- 2 TBS orange juice
- Combine white grape juice, apple juice, and regular grape juice in a 2-quart pitcher.
- Add pineapple and orange juice then combine well.
- Serve over ice.