Non- Alcoholic Holiday Orange Juice Punch with two main ingredients would be great for a Christmas Day or New Year's Eve breakfast or brunch. Simple, yet flavorful, this punch will be a favorite of your family and guests.
Visually, this Holiday Orange Juice Punch looks great. Taste-wise, this punch knocks it out of the park. So delicious and easy, your guests will love it.
You will love how simple it. I like how I can tweak it according to what mood I am in. A little more orange juice or a little more ginger ale, what will it be today?
Oh, I love oranges. Come wintertime, oranges are available up here in cold Illinois and we are grateful for sunny Florida oranges.
Oranges lead to great drinks and recipes, not to mention the Vitamin C boast it brings in the wintertime, such as Slow Cooker Apple Cider and Orange Cranberry Mini Loaves.
Ingredients and Items
The ingredients in this punch:
- Ginger ale
- Orange juice
- Orange slices
- Whole cranberries
You will need a punch bowl (I like the looks of this one). A drink dispenser like this one would work well too. It also would look rather impressive with the oranges and cranberries floating around.
This punch recipe couldn't be simpler.
Add ginger ale to a punch bowl. Then add orange juice. Place cut orange slices and some cranberries on top. Serve.
If you wanted to add a twist to the recipe, add a little orange sherbet to the punch bowl in large scoops. It would look so impressive and it adds a great flavor to the punch.
You can put this punch in the refrigerator if you have leftovers. However, you know how soda gets a little less fizzy when left open for a while?
Well, this punch will lose it's fizz after a while in the fridge. So, I would plan on drinking it within 24 hours.
It can stay in the refrigerator longer, but it won't be as bubbly.
Yes, you can... but I would stick with the ginger ale. The Sprite has a little more lemon flavor than what is needed for this recipe.
No, the garnish is optional.
Yes, but as I stated above, the soda will lose its fizz. It is such a simple recipe, I would make it within an hour of serving. You can certainly cut the orange slices ahead of time.
Trust me when I say your guests will love it. Believe me when I say you will love how simple it is.
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Holiday Orange Juice Punch
- 2 liter Ginger Ale
- 4 cups orange juice
- 2 oranges sliced
- 1 cup cranberries washed
- Add ginger ale and orange juice in a punch bowl
- Place orange slices and cranberries on top