Sparkling Pear Punch

Is it possible to have too many fruit punch for your kids party?  Party time!! With all the fun, games and surprises, there is this massive adrenalin rush that there is a need for a frequent refill of lemonade and fruit punches on the beverage station. You can opt for more but one or two fruit punches may be enough. Yet you need to prepare for extra refill.

Whether you are celebrating your child’s tenth birthday or if you are simply entertaining some friends or family it doesn’t have to be stressful. The whole idea is to enjoy the company of the ones you love. But is it okay to have an alcohol in a kids party? Of course the answer is definitely no. I mean for most parents, the answer is definitely no alcohol in a kid’s party.A really good party punch recipe can save even the dullest parties!

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Party Time Hot Cocoa

What fruit punch for your kids party we can give to our kids party?

There are a variety of beverage mixes and fruit punches to choose from. Just be creative and resourceful. Ingenuity is one tool in order to come up with assortment of fruit punch mix. In this article I will share with you some compilation of assorted fruit punch recipes to kick off your kid’s party.

  • Copy Cat Orange Julius
  • Party Time Hot Cocoa
  • Orange Creamsicle Shirley Temple
  • Raspberry Frost Soda
  • Cucumber Mint and Melon Punch
  • Pink Grapefruit Punch
  • Apple Prosecco Punch
  • Classic Caribbean Rum Punch
  • Peachy Punch

Copy Cat Orange Julius – make a batch of these mall food-court classics and prepare to blow everyone’s minds. It is everything you love about the classic, but easily made at home with cute garnishes to boot.

Party Time Hot Cocoa – If you are looking for an in with the young kid and tween set, sprinkles are the answer. Especially when you are talking hot cocoa and an ultra-cool, sprinkled rim upgrade. And no, there are no rules against doing the same thing with chocolate milk in the summer time.

Orange Creamsicle Shirley Temple – You could make regular Shirley Temples and it would be a total success, but since we are all about adding a tablespoon twist wherever we can, we recommend you give this updated creamsicle version a try, you won’t be disappointed.

Raspberry Frost Soda – These are brilliant layered sodas. Can you even stand how cute the ombre-like layers are? Sherbet ginger ale and cranberry juice are all it takes.

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Copy Cat Orange Julius

Cucumber Mint and Melon Punch – This minty melon combo uses a delicious mix of honeydew, cantaloupe and juicy watermelon. Vodka, lime and mint are flavors that naturally go together, then all you need is some sparkling water and a melon baller to scoop yourself a moreish party drink. If you leave it to steep for thirty minutes to an hour, the melon will soak up the boozy flavors.

Pink Grapefruit Punch – Make yourself a pretty pink punch in minutes that will keep guests coming back for more. A sprig of thyme adds a herby undertone to this semi-sweet grown-up juice. Add plenty of ice, swirl and serve. If you want a touch more sweetness, stir in a spoonful of extra honey.

Apple Prosecco Punch – A punch can only be improved by adding Prosecco. Spruce up a basic apple and vodka punch in a second with Prosecco, a squeeze of lemon juice and slices of green apple. This punch is also easy to top up when you start running low (which will happen pretty quickly, trust us). Simply pour and impress!

 Classic Caribbean Rum Punch – No-one can resist a classic Caribbean cocktail. This tipple isn’t sickly sweet and has just the right amount of fruity flavor – it’s a sweet and sour combination that’s sure to go down a treat. The ingredients might look a bit daunting, but all you need to do is mix, chill and garnish for a special boozy weekend thirst quencher. Relax with a Classic Caribbean Rum Punch.

Peachy Punch – A light peach punch with soft fruit, rosé wine and schnapps. Peaches are perfectly ripe in the summer months, so take advantage of this flavor-packed drink. Top up with soda water or tonic to your own particular taste. Perk up your party with this Peachy Punch.

Non-alcoholic beverages and punches

  • Non-alcoholic Orange Slush Punch
  • Pineapple-Orange Sherbet Punch
  • Sparkling Pear Punch
  • Pineapple Ginger Sparkler
  • Non-alcoholic Sangria
  • Summer Sparkling Limeade
  • Sparkling Mint-Lime Iced Tea
  • Minty Arnold Palmer
  • Basil Lemonade Punch
  • Watermelon Picnic Punch
  • Margarita Mocktail

Non-alcoholic Orange Slush PunchRefreshingly sweet with a tart, citrus twist—you had us at the punch. This big-batch drink takes a little more prep time since it needs to freeze overnight, but it’s worth the wait.

Pineapple-Orange Sherbet Punch If you thought sherbet was just for dessert, think again. It’s the star of this sunset-hued tropical punch that serves a whopping 24 people. And yes, you should offer paper umbrellas with it.

Thirst Quencher Fruit Punch for your Kids Party 3 Sparkling Pear PunchWe’re all about small tricks that make a big impression, and whole slices of pear do just that in this delightfully different punch. Tip: using a mandolin slicer makes it easy to get uniform slices.

Pineapple Ginger Sparkler Fresh enough for spring and summer, spicy enough for fall and winter, this delicious drink is a year-round go-to for every party we can think of.

 Non-alcoholic Sangria There is no such thing as too many sangria recipes, and this one is totally unique. Not only does it skip the wine, but it also makes gorgeous use of star fruit and kiwi.

 Summer Sparkling Limeade – Limeade is the perfect way to cool off on a hot day (or any day, really), and this citrus-kissed mocktail is no exception. Served with layers of colorful fruit, it’s a fruity and fresh taste of the rainbow.

 Sparkling Mint-Lime Iced Tea Forget iced tea as you know it, this fresh new take is party-perfect with its hit of mint, splash of lime and extra helping of sparkling water. Your mouth is watering, isn’t it?

 Minty Arnold Palmer Think of this as your standard Arnold Palmer, but with party pants on. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: it’s the little twists that make for a big difference. Here’s looking at you, mint.

 Basil Lemonade Punch – We don’t have to convince you that lemonade is a brilliant option for a party libation (especially in the summer), but we do want to heavily suggest you try it with this extra-fresh twist.

 Watermelon Picnic Punch – Here’s another example where presentation is everything. We dare you to find a more unexpected and impressive way to serve up watermelon punch at your next outdoor party.

Margarita Mocktail This delicious margarita comes with all the flavors you’ve come to expect (lime, orange and a salted rim), a few new surprises (grapefruit and almond) and one notable omission: tequila.

 Punches are the secret to stress-free entertaining. A good host remembers to stock up on beer, wine and liquor, but a great host remembers to provide a non-alcoholic option, too. Not only having drinks that both the kids and adults enjoy but having something special for the kids and not just cocktails for the adults.

From family-friendly punches to mocktails and virgin cocktails, you’ve got just the thing to keep everyone at the party happy.


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