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Are you looking for a recipe suggestion from the category Punch? You have come to the right place! One of these 24 recipes may become your new favorite. Are you in a hurry or do you like relaxing in the kitchen with a good recipe? The preparation time for the following recipes is 5 - 90 minutes. The time estimate is given for each recipe. If you need help choosing, we recommend Christmas non-alcoholic punch, How to make Halloween punch?, The best Christmas punch, Zesty Fruit Non-Alcoholic Punch. They are among our most sought-after and popular recipes. We’re sure you’ll love it!

New Year's Kids Punch

A delicious, non-alcoholic punch that's a hit at every New Year's Eve party for children.

New Year's Punch Recipe

A refreshing and sparkling punch, perfect to welcome the New Year. You can also add fruit for an extra kick.

Christmas punch

Christmas punch is a very special tradition in my family, it brings us together every year to celebrate Christmas in a warm and sweet way. It is a recipe that takes time to prepare, but every minute is worth it. Its fruity Christmas aroma permeates the whole house, announcing the arrival of the holidays.

Apple punch in winter Hot drink

For me, this apple punch is a real treat that sweetens up the cold fall and winter months. I have made this recipe numerous times over the last few years and it has become a real family favorite. The taste of juicy apples combined with the aroma of cinnamon and the warmth of the punch is unsurpassable.

The best Christmas punch

Recipe for the best Christmas punch that I cook every year.

Christmas non-alcoholic punch

Recipe for a delicious Christmas non-alcoholic punch, which even children can enjoy.

Refreshing american christmas punch

American Christmas Punch is a tradition from my home that always fills us with festive spirit every holiday season. The mixture of apple juice, orange juice, cider and spices creates a warm holiday drink ideal for sipping by the fireplace and in the company of loved ones. In addition to being simple to prepare, this punch is a delicious way to celebrate the American holiday season.

Simple Homemade Fruit Punch Recipe

This fun and easy drink is always a crowd-pleaser!

Tasty non-alcoholic Christmas Punch

The non-alcoholic Christmas Punch recipe I am sharing with you is a very Mexican and extremely refreshing version, perfect to liven up family gatherings. It is a wonderful explosion of tropical flavors thanks to its fruits and spices, which make it stand out even without the presence of alcohol. It is also an excellent choice for children and for those who do not drink alcohol. The aromas it gives off when prepared fill the house with a very festive and joyful Christmas spirit.

Christmas punch

A delicious Christmas punch that must not be missing on our Christmas table.

Zesty Fruit Non-Alcoholic Punch

This vibrant and refreshing Zesty Fruit Splash Non-Alcoholic Punch is guaranteed to brighten up any event!
Recipe preview Ghost hand Halloween blood punch

Ghost hand Halloween blood punch

The perfect drink for your Halloween party, the blood punch with or without alcohol. In it floats a frozen ghost hand to provide the horror effect for the party guests. Ginger syrup completes the taste. Happy Halloween!

Fruit Punch Spider Drink

Spooky yet delightful, this Spider Drink is sure to bring a festive touch to your Halloween gathering. This themed punch offers a blend of flavors that will surprise and delight your guests, and the spider ice cubes provide a creepy-crawly twist.

Poinsettia Punch

A classic champagne cocktail, the Poinsettia is a festive orange-and-cranberry-flavored, rose-tinted punch. Use floating frozen orange slices and cranberries to keep the punch nicely chilled and nicely decorated. Game plan: This punch is not served with ice, so make sure all the ingredients and the punch bowl are well chilled. If you have an extra bowl that’s larger than your punch bowl, fill it with ice and nestle the punch bowl inside to keep it cold.

Pisco Punch

Knocking back a glass of Pisco Punch is a boozy part of San Francisco’s history. This potent cocktail traces back to the 1890s, when a bartender named Duncan Nicol invented it in SF. This recipe, adapted from San Francisco bartender and Small Hand Foods proprietor Jennifer Colliau, is an easy three-ingredient drink to mix: Simply shake pisco, lemon juice, and pineapple gum syrup together and serve with a pineapple wedge if you’re feeling fancy.

Pine Cone Punch

Inspired by the idea of making a camping cocktail, we thought it’d be novel to use a little pine liqueur to bring the taste of the great outdoors to the canteen. We found the punchy, herbal liqueur a little tricky to mix with, but ultimately we were able to balance it out with some dark rum and a little pineapple juice. This recipe is scaled to fit into a canteen, and serves four.