Beverages

Favorite Holiday Punch Recipes

A holiday party isn’t complete without a punch bowl! Here are 10 of our favorite fruity, fizzy, warm and cold holiday punch recipes.

By Cathryn McCann

Dec 28 2016

Holiday Punch Recipes

The holidays are a great time to serve a refreshing punch to family and friends.

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Sure, it’s easy enough to grab a few bottles of juice and soda at the grocery store, but there’s just something special about serving a personally made punch in a lovely glass bowl. The holidays are a great time to play with a variety of punches, from hot and spicy cider punch to slushy, fruity punch. Use your favorite alcoholic beverage for a little kick, or opt for fizzy soda to keep it kid-friendly. Here are 10 of our favorite holiday punch recipes from the Yankee archives.
Holiday Punch Recipes
The holidays are a great time to serve a refreshing punch to family and friends.
Photo Credit : Pixabay

Favorite Holiday Punch Recipes

Hot Cider Punch

There are any number of ways to make a hot cider drink, but this recipe includes the most commonly used ingredients.

Apple Cranberry Punch

A non-alcoholic drink especially popular with children.

Twelfth Night Punch

Add rum if your punch needs more … punch. Serve hot.

New Year’s Day Punch

If you prefer, substitute ginger ale for the champagne.

Christmas Punch

This punch is not only pretty and especially welcome at a holiday party, but flavorful as well. Make plenty!

Spicy Rum Punch

In this punch, the heat from the red pepper flakes and other warming spices adds a refreshing kick.

Pink Champagne Punch

Fruity and fizzy, this pink champagne punch looks great in a fancy glass.

Hot Apricot Punch

A lovely, warm blend of sugar and spice in one tasty beverage.

Holiday Slush Punch

A holiday take on the classic cold, scoopable drink.

Ginger Fresh Fruit Punch

A refreshing appetizer for lunch or dinner, or increase the amounts and serve as a party punch. What is your favorite punch to serve at a holiday party?