Do you look for a great non-alcoholic drink to serve during the holidays? Something that will appeal to both kids and adults alike? I think this cranberry pomegranate punch is just what you’re looking for.
This has the tang of seasonal pomegranate and a tiny bite from the cranberry juice. One thing I’m always looking for is something that can stand on its own as a good non-alcoholic drink, but one that can also get adulted up with some gin or vodka for the adults in the group.
I belong to a local women’s club and we have monthly meetings with social gathering time before our luncheon. This gathering time always has a non-alcoholic punch. My friend Erin and I play a game each month “what would this pair with”? Gin, vodka, tequila? I can’t help myself – we’re both still kids at heart.
CRANBERRY POMEGRANATE PUNCH
24 ounces cranberry juice (not juice cocktail – they’re completely different drinks)
24 ounces pomegranate juice
12 ounces orange juice
3 cups ginger ale
1 cup pineapple juice
Orange slices for garnish
Blend everything together and chill for an hour or two before you need this. If placing in a punch bowl, place in bowl right before serving and place in ice and garnish at the last minute.
Cranberry Pomegranate Punch
- 24 ounces cranberry juice not juice cocktail – they’re completely different drinks
- 24 ounces pomegranate juice
- 12 ounces orange juice
- 3 cups ginger ale
- 1 cup pineapple juice
- Orange slices for garnish
- Ice cubes
- Blend everything together and chill for an hour or two before you need this. If placing in a punch bowl, place in bowl right before serving and place in ice and garnish at the last minute.
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