Looking for a fun and festive Easter drink to enjoy with your kids? Our delicious Easter Punch recipe is perfect! Loaded with fruity flavors, this drink is sure to please both young and old alike. So gather up your family and friends and get ready to celebrate Easter in style with our delicious non alcoholic punch recipe!
Easter Punch for Kids
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I’ve got you covered with this delicious Easter punch for kids! It’s perfect for any party or get-together. This recipe is easy to follow and only requires a few simple ingredients. Plus, it’s sure to be a hit with your little ones. They will love the sweet and fruity flavors of this festive drink.
This Easter Punch nonalcoholic is perfect for kids or anyone who is looking for Easter alcoholic punch recipes
Easter Punch Ideas
Easter is a big family holiday for us. Every Easter Sunday morning, the Easter bunny leaves eggs in the yard for the kids to have an egg hunt, then they get their baskets and then I am in the kitchen cooking all day. I like to make special food that everyone will love, including special desserts. The kids run in and out, playing with their plastic eggs and the whole day just makes me happy. This year I am adding in a new Easter punch recipe. Since everyone loves the St. Patrick’s Day Punch, which is a non-alcoholic punch perfect for kids, I thought I would try something similar for Easter. Since I couldn’t find any Easter Punch recipes that I loved, I decided to make my own.
Easter Snacks and Desserts to Serve With Your Punch
- Try this Peep Jello Parfait or Smores Dip.
- Easter Milkshake Freakshake – This milkshake takes Easter desserts to a whole new level.
- Want a special Easter punch with alcohol? This Peep Cocktail will be a delight for the adults.
Things to Do for Your Easter Party
- Try making this Easter wreath for a quick DIY Easter decoration.
- Keep the kids busy with an Easter Egg Bunny.
- Print these Easter Jokes for Kids and add them to eggs for Easter Egg Hunt
- Easter Crafts for Kids and Adults – Over 41 Easter crafts
- Kids love using things they make themselves. This Easter Bunny Basket is so cute. Create My Easter Bunny Basket
There is a reason I say this Easter punch is perfect for kids. It is extremely sweet, which, to me, so is Easter. While it is sweet, it is also delicious. I have been known to have a glass with the kids, now and then.
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Non-alcoholic Easter Punch Recipe
When I think of punch, I often think of the punch from when I was a kid which was basically soda, juice and sherbet of some kind. Mine is a little different as I don’t include the sherbet. The punch is so simple to make. The ingredients are simple to throw together for this punch. It can be made ahead of time or made right when you are ready to drink it.
While I say this is an Easter punch, it can be used as your go-to punch recipe too. Everyone loves it. I make it for Easter because we don’t have a go-to punch recipe. I have several punch recipes. There is this Easter Punch recipe, my non-alcoholic St. Patrick’s Day Punch, and the Amazing Spiderman Punch. Plus some delicious cocktails for the adults.
What is Punch Drink Made of?
The base of this fruit punch is strawberry soda and Kool Aid. This gives the fruit flavors that everyone loves in this kids Easter punch.
What if I can’t Find the Koolaid with the Sugar Added?
This punch for Easter uses the Koolaid that has the sugar added already. Sometimes, I can not find what I am looking for the store, and some days they have everything. I love being able to swap things out so that I can make what I want. For this Easter punch recipe, you can use 2 packets of the unsweetened Koolaid and then add simple syrup.
Fruit Punch Koolaid ( 2 lids full), the kind with the sugar added. Or use 2 packets and add simple syrup, recipe at the end
Can You Make Easter Punch Ahead of Time
Yes, you can make this punch ahead of time. I tend to make it right before I am ready to serve, or just a few hours before hand because I want to make sure the soda doesn’t go flat. And it only take minutes to make. If you make this Easter punch the day before, make sure you have it covered well with a lid so that the soda doesn’t go flat.
Can I Make this Easter Punch with Alcohol
This Easter punch was originally made for kids so they could have something special while the adults were having cocktails but it can certainly be made with alcohol. You can add rum or vodka to make this an easy Easter punch recipe with alcohol. You can also add flavored vodka. Marshmallow and strawberry would taste really good in it. You can also add champagne to make this a champagne punch for Easter brunch.
How much alcohol should I add to punch? I would start with 1 cup and taste it from there. See how strong it is and if that is enough for you.
How to Serve This Spring Punch Recipe
You can serve this nonalcoholic spring punch in a few different ways. You can serve it in a large pitcher or you can use a punch bowl. I like to decorate the cups with sanding sugar Peeps. It gives such a fun display. I also like to use fun Easter straws. if serving this at an Easter party, you can decorate the table with Easter grass or an Easter basket.
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How do I Keep My Punch Bowl Cold?
Usually the best way to keep the punch cold is to add ice cubes to the punch. A lot of people do not love this idea because it causes the punch to get water down as the ice cubes melt. You add ice cubes directly to the individual cups, but you can also use these reusable ice cubes. You can add them to the pitcher or the punch bowl. They work just like ice cubes keeping things cold but won’t dissolve and water down the spritzer punch.
Another idea is to store the pitcher or the punch bowl inside a bowl of ice, but this doesn’t give you a pretty display.
Ingredients for Easter Punch
Get the full list of ingredients, with measurements, and step-by-step instructions at the bottom of the post in the printable recipe card.
- Strawberry Soda- I used Fanta, but any soda
- Fruit Punch Koolaid
- Pineapple Juice
- Pink Sanding Sugar or make your own sanding sugar – The pink sanding sugar adds a sweet taste but better yet, adds a layer of fun. Kids think they are getting a huge treat.
- Simple syrup
- Large pitcher to hold the Punch. I like these 2. One is just a simple glass pitcher and this pitcher lets kids easily get the punch themselves. You can also use a large punch bowl like this one.
- Fun Easter straws
- Peep for decoration
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How to Make Easter Punch Nonalcoholic for Kids
Get the step by step directions below in the recipe card.
Mix together the pineapple and drink mix in a pitcher. Then add the soda. Stir just enough to combine or the soda will go flat.
Decorate the glasses and add the punch.
Easter Punch- Perfect for Kids
Directions to make Easter Punch:
- In a large pitcher, pour pineapple juice, and drink mix.
- Stir until everything is mixed well and the drink mix is dissolved.
- Add in the soda. Mix just enough to combine
- Before serving, decorate the glasses.
- 2 small plates or containers big enough to dip the glasses in
- On one plate, pour some of the soda or punch and on the other plate, pour some of the pink sugar
- Dip the edges of the glasses into the soda and then into the sanding sugar.
- This will create a pretty pink rim of sugar.