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The Best Easter Punch Recipe

This is the best Easter Punch Recipe – full of delicious fresh fruit and sparkling fruit juice. It’s the perfect drink for your Easter celebration this year!

Two glasses with fruity Easter punch on a wooden backdrop.

This is seriously, one of the easiest recipes to throw together to celebrate Easter. Fruity, delicious punch is one of my favorite drinks to serve at holiday events and family gatherings.

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This non-alcoholic Easter party punch recipe uses simple ingredients in a way that creates a colorful and festive drink. It would make a colorful and easy punch for baby showers, bridal showers, birthday parties or all kinds of special occasions.

Creating a beautiful punch is always fun for Easter Sunday! I love to pair this pretty drink with treats from the Easter bunny and a delicious brunch.

What is punch?

Punch is a festive beverage that usually combines fresh fruit, fruit juices and some kind of carbonated beverage. It’s great for all kinds of occasions but especially fun during the holiday season.

This non-alcoholic punch recipe makes a great mocktail for those wanting to refrain from alcohol consumption. You could easily add spirits to the pitcher to make an alcoholic version as well.

Two glasses on a wooden backdrop filled with an Easter punch of fruit juice and diced melons.

This recipe is non alcoholic and perfect for the kids but if you want to add a bottle of champagne to create a festive Easter sangria, you totally can! Check out a few of our other punch recipes…

More punch recipes

A glass of Easter punch with diced melons and ice.

How to garnish a festive punch

  • Edible flowers would make lovely, colorful garnishes – perfect for Easter!
  • Add orange slices or fresh herbs to create a pretty display.
  • Or simply allow the colorful melon to shine through with a bit of crushed ice.
A glass pitcher of Easter punch with diced watermelon, honey dew and canteloupe.

This festive drink is awesome because there are endless good options for personalizing it to your taste.

Variations of Easter punch recipes

  • Experiment with different fruity flavors! Try adding fresh lemon juice, lime juice or lemons to this recipe.  
  • Fresh strawberries could be used instead of melons for a very berry punch.
  • Add ginger ale, club soda, simple syrup or lemon-lime soda instead of 7UP.
  • Use pink lemonade, apple juice or cranberry juice instead of pineapple and orange.
  • Make this in a large punch bowl, add an ice ring and float fruit slices for a different look.
Two glasses full of a non alcoholic, fruity Easter punch with diced melons.

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Some of my kitchen essentials for cocktails

A clear pitcher with an orange colored Easter fruit punch with diced melons and ice.

Melon Punch Recipe

Ingredients:

  • Pineapple juice
  • Orange juice
  • Sprite or 7UP
  • Watermelon, cantaloupe and honeydew, diced
  • Ice cubes
Easter Punch Ingredients

Instructions

1. Gather ingredients and grab a large pitcher.

Diced canteloupe, watermelon and honey dew on a wooden cutting board.

2. Cut the watermelon, cantaloupe and honeydew into small cubes.

I was inspired by the colors of this melon ball punch recipe – if you have a melon baller, this would be a fun technique to use too!

Easter Punch Recipe Process with glass pitcher half full.

3. Place the fruit into a large pitcher.

4. Add the orange and pineapple fruit juices.

The Best Easter Punch Recipe

5. Fill the pitcher with 7UP and stir with a long handled wooded spoon to combine.

6. Finally, serve with ice in individual glasses.

A glass pitcher full of fruit juice and melon with a wooden spoon in it for stirring.

You can store this punch in the refrigerator for later or pour it into a large sealed carafe to take with you! It is best served within 24 hours of making.

A glass pitcher full of fruity Easter punch with diced melons.

Add this refreshing punch to all of your holiday celebrations and parties this Easter weekend. Creating festive drinks is the perfect way to get into the Easter spirit!

I love all of the pretty pastel colors of this fruit punch. Be sure to add this delicious melon party drink to your Easter celebrations this year.

The Best Easter Punch Recipe

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Happy Easter!

The Best Easter Punch Recipe

The Best Easter Punch Recipe

Yield: 6 servings
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

This is the best Easter Punch Recipe - full of delicious fresh fruit and sparkling fruit juice. It makes the perfect non-alcoholic drink at Easter time!

Ingredients

  • 2 cups pineapple juice
  • 2 cups orange juice
  • 4 cups Sprite or 7UP
  • 1/2 cup each watermelon, cantaloupe and honeydew, diced
  • Ice cubes

Instructions

1. Gather ingredients and grab a large pitcher.

2. Cut the watermelon, cantaloupe and honeydew into small cubes.

3. Place the fruit into a large pitcher.

4. Add the orange and pineapple fruit juices.

5. Fill the pitcher with 7UP and stir with a long handled wooded spoon to combine.

6. Finally, serve with ice in individual glasses.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 6 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 261Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 72mgCarbohydrates: 64gFiber: 3gSugar: 58gProtein: 3g

All values are approximate and based on ingredients used by the recipe writer. Always calculate your own individual nutritional values for the most accurate calculation.

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Hi! If i were to make this alcoholic, do you think it would taste good to use champagne in place of sprite? Thanks!

To make it alcoholic do we leave out the Sprite and just put in the champagne?