This Christmas Punch is a lovely fruity punch for the grown-ups, containing prosecco and a good dash of vodka.
A great way to keep your guest’s drinks topped up – or let them fill up themselves!
I’ve included some instructions below for a non-boozy version too.
Note 1: Making ahead
If you’re making the punch ahead, don’t put the ice, prosecco, vodka or mint leaves in. Make the rest of the punch a few hours ahead, then add the ice, prosecco and vodka. Stir together and top with the mint leaves.
Note 2: Alcohol-free Christmas Punch
Don’t add the prosecco and vodka, instead add an extra 300ml (1 1/4 cups) clementine or orange juice, plus 750ml (or about 3.1 cups) or sparkling red or white grape juice. I like to use Schloer, but you can use your favourite.
Note 3: Scaling down the punch recipe
This recipe makes around 18 cups of punch. You can scale down the recipe by half or three quarter sticking to the same ratios.
Free printable recipe is available on our site: https://www.kitchensanctuary.com/christmas-day-punch/
Ice – (1 large bag)
2 litres (3 1/2 pints or approx 8 1/2 cups) cranberry juice
700 ml (3 cups) pomegranate juice – I used Pom juice for a stronger flavour
500 ml (2 cups) clementine juice (use orange juice if you can’t find clementine juice)
Juice of 2 limes
3 limes – sliced
3 clementines – sliced
100 g (1 cup) fresh or frozen cranberries
Seeds from 1 pomegranate
1 bottle of prosecco – (75cl or 3.1 cups)
300 ml (1 1/4 cups) vodka
Small bunch of mint leaves
1. Add a bag of ice to the punch bowl (See Note 1 if making ahead).
2. Pour in the cranberry juice, pomegranate juice and clementine juice.
3. Add the juice of 2 limes and stir.
4. Add the lime slices, clementine slices, cranberries and pomegranate seeds.
5. Pour in the prosecco and vodka. Stir and sprinkle on fresh mint leaves.
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