Kick off Christmas morning with this delicious easy chilled Christmas Morning Punch! This delightful recipe combines ginger ale, cranberry juice, orange juice, and pineapple juice for a refreshingly fruity Christmas drink.
This is a non-alcoholic Christmas punch the whole family can enjoy. I actually love the combination of fruit juices in here. This drink is not overly sweet. The pure cranberry juice adds a nice tang to this easy chilled Christmas morning punch.
Then you get the fizzy bubbles and light ginger flavor add in with the ginger ale. Now, this recipe is called Christmas morning punch, but really it can work any holiday parties or for any time of year.
The great thing about this recipe is you just basically measure, stir, and serve this drink. The key thing is to make sure all of the ingredients are nice and chilled ahead of time. I even used a zero sugar cranberry juice to make this to help reduce the calories.
Frequently Asked Question
Can I prepare this easy Christmas punch recipe ahead of time?
Yes, you can mix this all up ahead of time with the exclusion of the ginger ale and chill in the refrigerator. You want to wait and mix the ginger ale in right before serving to get the maximum fizziness in your drink.
How long does the punch stay fresh and can I store it for later?
The punch is best to enjoy fresh, but you can store leftovers in the refrigerator for a day or two. Keep in mind the fizz from the ginger ale will diminish over time.
What serving suggestions do you recommend for this Christmas brunch punch?
Serve in a large pitcher with some fresh cranberries or fresh orange slices added to the punch. Pour into a festive glass or mug. You can also garnish the glass or mug with a sprig of mint or slice of orange.
- ORANGE JUICE
- CRANBERRY JUICE
- PINEAPPLE JUICE
- GINGER ALE
For more punch recipes, try:
- Grandma’s Party Punch
- Easy Holiday Punch Base
- Sparkling Cranberry Cider Punch
- Chilled Spiced Cider Punch
Christmas Morning Punch
Real Mom Kitchen
- 3 cups orange juice
- 3 cups cranberry juice
- 1 ½ cups pineapple juice
- 1 ½ cup ginger ale
- Mix all ingredients in a pitcher or punch bowl. Serve cold. Makes 9 cups.
This recipe is adapted from Jen’s Favorite Cookies.