Disclosure: This Holiday Party Punch post is a sponsored post as a participant in the Walmart Moms Program.
We are days away from Christmas celebrations and New Years parties. Looking for a non-alcoholic party punch? This recipe I found on Walmart’s Holiday Entertaining Guide and Walmart.com was a great one I’ve decided to make it for this years holiday celebrations!
This party punch is not only easy to make but it takes simple ingredients that are easy to grab during a quick stop at your local Walmart.
Make the Perfect Holiday Party Punch
This recipes makes 16 servings using only 5 ingredients. Since our celebration party will be small this year I made half the amount of each ingredients to make 8 servings.
Here’s a quick video of how I made this Holiday Party Punch
- 1 (46 oz.) can pineapple juice
- 1 liter 7 Up lemon lime soda
- 1 liter Hawaiian Punch fruit punch
- 1/2 gallon vanilla ice cream
- 3 to 5 slices pineapple
- Mix the pineapple juice, 7Up® and Hawaiian Punch® together in punch bowl.
- Add ice cream (it will melt slowly in the punch).
- Garnish with pineapple slices.
This recipe is so easy and perfect for last minute party celebrations. It has the perfect amount of fizz and sweetness!
First, Mix the liquids- Add the pineapple juice, 7Up® and Hawaiian Punch® together in punch bowl.
Then, Add ice cream (it will melt slowly in the punch)- This is my favorite ingredient it adds a creamy texture like whipped cream.
Last, Garnish with pineapple slices- I suggest cutting them in half so they can be served with drinks Also try freezing them for an ice cube effect!
I love that this Holiday Party Punch is kid-friendly! My kiddos don’t drink soda but I decided to treat them for the holidays. Little Lady got a quick taste and she gave it a thumbs up!
Looking for other great holiday recipes? Check out the recipes on Walmart.com that were featured on this years Holiday Entertaining Guide! They really are easy delicious recipes for Holiday Entertaining made simple!
What are your go to holiday recipes? Trying something new this year?
Let us know and don’t forget to pin this holiday party punch to your holiday recipes board!