These 20 Top-Rated Holiday Punch Recipes are sure to please every palate making them the perfect choice for easy holiday entertaining all season long!
Please note this post is intended for readers 21+ years of age. Please drink responsibly.
Punch is the ultimate effortless party drink option – just mix up a big batch, and you’re good to go!
The following Top-Rated Holiday Punch Recipes are perfect for the entire season – Thanksgiving, Christmas, and even New Year’s Eve!
While the holidays are a time to enjoy alcoholic beverages for many people, I know that many of my readers may also be searching for non-alcoholic party drinks.
The great part about fruity punches is that any of these recipes can be customized to your tastes and party needs – simply add or remove the alcohol as you see fit – or you can make two pitchers, one for adults and one for the kids and other non-drinkers.
The grain alcohol, Everclear, is tasteless (and cheap!), so if you like a non-alcoholic recipe on this list but want a boozy drink for your holiday party, you can just add Everclear, or another favorite alcohol, and vice versa.
Without the alcohol, you’re left with a great fruity drink, so either way, you’re all set for your best ever holiday party!
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This punch is like a citrus sangria with loads of different fruit juices, homemade citrus sugar, Captain Morgan Spiced Rum, Grand Marnier, Amaretto, and sparkling water all mixed together to make a fizzy, refreshing fruity beverage filled with lovely, complex flavors.
Here’s another take on Jingle Juice featuring whipped vodka, pink champagne, Cherry 7-Up, and Cranberries!
This punch is the perfect drink for Autumn and all through the holiday season, and it really does taste like apple pie!
Here’s a decadent, non-alcoholic recipe that’s just like dessert in a glass with chocolate pudding, ice cream, and Cool Whip!
For a big kid version, Bailey’s, Kahlua, or Frangelico would all be great additions.
I’m on a major Kombucha kick to improve my digestion with healthy, natural probiotics – and just because I love the taste!
Here’s a cocktail version with ginger kombucha, prosecco, gin, and sparkling water for party-goers who aren’t so crazy about super sweet drinks.
PRO TIP: For a sweeter drink, you can use Extra Dry Prosecco (Extra Dry is actually the sweetest!), add some fruit juice, or use ginger ale or Sprite in place of the sparkling water.
This punch recipe couldn’t be simpler – just mix champagne, orange liqueur, and ginger ale!
Plus, it’s light on alcohol, which is perfect for holiday parties, so you can mingle and enjoy the celebration without getting too inebriated.
Spice up plain champagne with a homemade blood orange mixture with star anise and cinnamon for a bubbly, refreshing drink.
Blood oranges can be difficult to find, but may be carried at larger grocery stores like Giant, Wegman’s, or Whole Foods. I’ve had better luck finding Blood Orange Juice, which I actually prefer for the convenience.
This punch is so easy to make and incredibly economical thanks to using Everclear grain alcohol.
Everclear is a great option for punch because not only is it super cheap, it’s also tasteless, so this punch recipe is basically fall in a glass with the wonderful seasonal flavors of sparkling cider, cranberry juice, orange juice, and ginger ale.
This punch recipe contains some of the most popular flavors of the season. Pomegranate, cranberry, and orange liqueur combine for an amazingly fresh and fruity Christmas drink!
Cider is not always meant to be served warm!
This Spiced Cider Punch is filled with lots of citrus flavor and warm spices and served chilled.
This beautiful holiday punch proves you don’t need alcohol to have a good time – just sweet, refreshing fruit juices and the company of loved ones!
Who doesn’t love eggnog at Christmastime?! Make it even more festive with peppermint ice cream and pretty peppermint candies sprinkled on top!
This recipe calls for eggnog, but doesn’t provide a recipe. For an easy 5-minute eggnog, check out 60 Fabulous Holiday Cocktails.
Don’t care for peppermint? Check out this Eggnog Punch made with a full gallon of ice cream and Cool Whip!
This gorgeous punch is the perfect crowd pleasing, show stopping drink for your next holiday get-together!
This recipe features gin, lemon, homemade blueberry sage infused simple syrup, and a splash of Prosecco, so you can enjoy the fresh tastes of summer even when it’s cold outside.
Here’s a sweet, fruity non-alcoholic punch option with raspberries, cranberries, and raspberry sorbet!
This punch is a winter version of the classic shandy drink, British beer and ginger ale.
Seasonal and naturally sweet maple syrup, warming apple brandy, and spicy ginger beer lend a sophisticated air to a simple party beverage.
Here’s another seasonal shandy version – this time featuring apple cider and pumpkin beer!
Here’s another gorgeous holiday drink offering that’s as delicious as it is beautiful.
If you like the classic flavors of pomegranate, orange, ginger beer mixed with fizzy, refreshing champagne, you’ll surely love this drink.
Thank goodness calories don’t count this time of year!
If you like drinks like White Russians and Kahlua and cream, check out this holiday version made with milk, half and half, brandy, powdered sugar, and vanilla extract.
Most sangria recipes call for red wine and loads of red, colorful, berries, but here we have a white wine version featuring apples and pears for a seasonal twist!
It can be difficult to know what drinks to serve when entertaining, but you can’t go wrong with these 20 Fun + Festive Holiday Punch Recipes sure to please a crowd!
For more wonderful holiday drink inspiration, check out 30 Fabulous Holiday Cocktails Sure to Impress Your Guests.
What do you think of these 20 Best Holiday Punch Recipes? What are some of your favorite holiday drinks? Please share your thoughts in the comments below!
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