kid-friendly easter punch

Kid-friendly Easter punch recipe for brunch

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Whether you’re hosting Easter brunch or headed off to another house, be sure to make a pitcher of this kid-friendly Easter punch. Filled with fresh fruit, various juices and ginger ale, this Easter punch recipe  will be a hit with kids and adults alike.

Since this kid-friendly Easter punch recipe contains fresh fruit, it’s best to make it one or two hours before serving. This will allow the flavors to meld and make the punch taste even better. If you know you’ll be short on time the day of Easter, it can also be made the night before. That is, if you can keep the kids from drinking it when you’re not looking.

kid-friendly easter punch recipe

Kid-friendly Easter punch recipe

Serves 8


  • 1 cup sliced organic strawberries
  • 1 to 2 blood oranges cut into small wedges
  • 1-1/2 cups pineapple juice
  • 3/4 cup fresh squeezed blood orange juice (should be 4 to 5 oranges)
  • 3/4 cup pomegranate juice
  • 16 ounces ginger ale (try Fever Tree ginger ale)
  • Optional: Soda water or club soda


  1. Add fresh cut fruit to a pitcher.
  2. Pour in the blood orange juice, pineapple juice and pomegranate juice.
  3. Slowly pour in the ginger ale and stir the punch.
  4. Cover the pitcher and store in the fridge until ready to serve.
  5. To serve, pour the kid-friendly Easter punch into small glasses along with a little of the fresh fruit. If the kids find it a little too strong on the ginger, top with soda water or club soda.

Served with your favorite brunch foods, this kid-friendly Easter punch is definitely a crowd pleaser. If you’re serving a lot of people, the recipe can easily be doubled or tripled although you’ll want to put it in a punch bowl instead of a pitcher. Enjoy and happy Easter!

Meet the Author | Jessica Torres

Jessica Torres is the founder and chief cocktail creator at She always wanted to be a bartender and is finally getting that chance in her own kitchen. When not taste testing new spirits or shaking up cocktails, she can be found working on her food and drink photography, tending her garden or taking a nap. She lives in the biggest little city of Reno, Nevada with her whiskey loving husband, two daughters and a fully stocked liquor cabinet.


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