This Easy Caribbean Holiday Punch has been my go-to punch to make for entertaining for well over 15 years. It never disappoints. It’s super easy to throw together, fool-safe, refreshing, and downright delicious. My friends and family love it!
My Easy Caribbean holiday punch recipe is super flexible and completely customizable to suit your own taste. The punch comes together effortlessly and no equipment is required. This is the perfect punch recipe to have in your back pocket when you’re pulling together a last-minute dinner. It’s no fuss. There is no “formal” recipe because I usually pour each ingredient to the beat of the drums of my ancestors (but not to worry I developed a recipe just for you in the recipe card…so relax…I gotchu 😉 ). Each time I make this refreshing punch it’s slightly different, but the taste is always on point.
The punch is crafted from a combination of store-bought juices infused with frozen fruits and fruit nectars, and the result is a delicious and refreshing punch the whole family will love.
This Easy Caribbean Holiday Punch recipe is the ultimate make-ahead punch (the flavors get better with time). You can have your guests help themselves at the beverage dispenser for extra easy entertaining. You can keep it non-alcoholic or add Wray and Nephew white rum, Kingston 62 Gold Rum, or vodka to get the party started! 🤗
Your guests will never know you used store-bought products to make this delicious punch. We won’t tell if you don’t. Cheers! xx
Ingredients To Make This Holiday Punch
Berry and tropical punch – I used Minute Maid berry & troipical punch. I used these 2 flavors but you can use whatever flavors/brand are your favorite. I usually alternate between these 2 flavors or the the mango blend from Aldi. Like I said above the recipe is super flexible.
Mango and Guava Nectars really pulls the punch together and gives it a more of a Caribbean vibe. You can use equal parts of each or more of whatever is your favorite of the two.
Frozen fruits are definitely key to taking this punch over the top and make it taste homemade. Don’t skip them. You can use whatever combination of frozen fruits. Make the punch ahead to time so all the favors can fuse together.
Orange Juice and lemon slices will add a delicious citrus flavors to the punch. I like to use both but you can also choose one. Use fresh lemons.
Orange or lemon wheels or wedges for garnish.*** The full recipe, including all ingredients, measurements, instructions, and recipe video 🎥 is located in the recipe card below.
How To Make Rum Or Vodka Or Holiday Punch?
I usually leave the rum and or vodka next to the beverage dispenser so that each guest can make individual cups of the punch alcoholic really easily if we want to. Or if it’s an adults-only soiree, add the alcohol in with the rest of the punch ingredients!
You can also add ginger ale to the punch for some carbonation. If you opt to add the ginger ale – add it right before serving so it doesn’t go flat too quickly.
What Goes Well With The Holiday Punch?
The punch is super versatile and pairs very well with your holiday menu or summer cookouts.
How To Store Leftover Holiday Punch In The Fridge?
Cover with an airtight container and store your leftover punch in the fridge for up to 7 days. You can also freeze the leftovers in large ziplock bags for up to 2 months.
Check out my other krave-worthy Holiday Cocktails Recipes, Fall Cocktails or explore The Recipe Index for even MORE KRAVE-WORTHY EATS.
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10 servings per container
- Amount Per Serving% Daily Value *
- Total Fat
- Sodium 9.12mg 1%
- Amount Per Serving% Daily Value *
- Total Carbohydrate
- Dietary Fiber 1.57g 7%
- Sugars 31.9g
- Protein 0.83g 2%
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