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Party Perfect Non-Alcoholic Holiday Punch (With Festive Ice Ring)

There are so many party punch recipes, but finding a kid-friendly Christmas punch is more challenging. I came up with this unique blend for a refreshing Non-Alcoholic Holiday Punch that everyone can enjoy. It’s topped with a festive ice ring that floats at the top to keep it chilled. It’s a beautiful addition to any gathering and the kids feel so fancy when I make it for them.

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We have a big family and when everyone gets together during the holiday season, there are so many kids. We just starting opting for a holiday punch that we could serve around the food, and keeping the alcohol versions separate. If you don’t have a punch bowl and ladle, you definitely need one for the holiday season. I’m always using mine!

Looking for more Christmas Drink Recipes? My Warm Cherry Non-Alcoholic Christmas Punch is another family favorite. Eggnog Without Eggs is a thick and creamy drink for anyone to enjoy. Mint Cranberry Mojito is a must-try for adults!

How To Make Non-Alcoholic Holiday Punch + Festive Ice Ring

Everyone always love the ice ring that floats on top of this punch. It looks so pretty and it does a surprisingly great job of keeping the punch chilled. It’s actually quite simple to make and it is a great way to use up extra fruit you’ve got some lying around after cooking. You’ll need a bundt pan to create yours.

This Non-Alcoholic Holiday Punch has a nice fruity flavor – it’s not too sweet. If you want to chill it even more, keep it in the refrigerator until you’re ready to serve and then add the ice ring last.

What You’ll Need From The Grocery Store:

  • Sparkling White Grape Juice
  • White Grape Juice
  • Frozen Concentrated Lemonade
  • Non-Stick Cooking Spray
  • Assorted fruits: lime, cherries, fresh cranberries, lemon, mint
  • Optional Garnish: Cocktail Picks (For Cranberries)

Ingredients Needed For Recipe

Step-By-Step Directions To Make Your Non-Alcoholic Holiday Punch + Ice Ring

Let the frozen concentrate lemonade thaw completely. Combine the juices and lemonade concentrate together, in your punch bowl and stir. You can place the punch in the refrigerator, if you’d like it extra chilled, for a few hours before adding your ice ring.

Adding Sparkling Grape Juice To Non-Alcoholic Holiday Punch

For the festive ice ring, coat a bundt pan with non-stick cooking spray. Add 1/2 cup of water in the bottom. Arrange your fruit and place in the freezer until solid. Add your remaining water and more fruit. Keep in the freezer, frozen, until ready to use.

How To Make A Festive Ice Ring For Punch

To use the ice ring, warp the bottom of the frozen mold in a warm towel until loosened. Or you can dip the mold in a small amount of warm water. Let it float on top of your punch bowl, fruit side up.

Pro Tip: Make sure you measure your bundt pan before using it – to ensure it’s not wider than your punch bowl. You want the ice ring to fit on top.

Yield: 20 Servings

Non-Alcoholic Holiday Punch (With Festive Ice Ring)

Non-Alcoholic Holiday Punch With Festive Ice Ring Recipe

How to make a refreshing non-alcoholic holiday punch, with a beautiful ice ring to keep it chilled. This one is fruity and not too sweet.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Additional Time 12 hours
Total Time 12 hours 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 3 Bottles (750 ML) Sparkling White Grape Juice, Chilled
  • 6 Cups White Grape Juice, Chilled
  • 1 Can Frozen Lemonade Concentrate, Thawed

Instructions

  1. Let the frozen concentrate lemonade thaw completely. Combine the juices and lemonade concentrate together, in your punch bowl and stir. You can place the punch in the refrigerator, if you'd like it extra chilled, for a few hours before adding your ice ring.
  2. For the festive ice ring, coat a bundt pan with non-stick cooking spray. Add 1/2 cup of water in the bottom. Arrange your fruit and place in the freezer until solid. Add your remaining water and more fruit. Keep in the freezer, frozen, until ready to use.
  3. To use the ice ring, warp the bottom of the frozen mold in a warm towel until loosened. Or you can dip the mold in a small amount of warm water. Let it float on top of your punch bowl, fruit side up.

Notes

Pro Tip: Make sure you measure your bundt pan before using it - to ensure it's not wider than your punch bowl. You want the ice ring to fit on top.

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