A last minute addition to our Easter lunch was to make a punch for kids, preggo moms, and adults to enjoy. It is nothing crazy fancy, just really tasty punch. There are a lot of fruit punch options out there, so use your favorite. Mott's for Tots makes a Immune Support Fruit Punch that is lower in sugar so I would recommend trying that out. Note that the Mott's Fruit Punch comes in a 64 ounce bottle so you would be halving that if you are only making a pitcher of punch.
We made enough for a large pitcher, seen above. If you are aiming to fill a larger punch bowl, you should plan on doubling the ingredients. Enjoy!
Berry Fruit Punch
Makes one large pitcher
- 1 liter bottle of fruit punch, chilled
- 2 (12 oz.) cans Fresca soda, chilled (You can use diet)
- 2 (12 oz.) cans Sprite soda, chilled (You can use diet)
1. Mix all ingredients in a large pitcher and stir to combine. Add a few cups of ice to the punch
Recipe by Jam Hands. Sharing this recipe at the following fun link parties.