kid friendly drinks

A delicious ice cold punch serving as the center of your dessert table just never gets old! There isn’t a party where it doesn’t make sense, there isn’t an occasion that wouldn’t be made better by it’s presence. Last year we shared the recipe for my sherbet church punch and I thought I’d show you guys another favorite. Check out my citrus berry punch! It’s a bunch of store-bought ingredients mixed together into something delicious. You have to make it for your next get together. 

how to make punch

Add super fine sugar to the bowl first, that way it’ll dissolve into the rest of the ingredients as you add them in. 

sweet punch for summer

Next pour in the frozen lemonade concentrate, frozen orange juice concentrate, cranberry juice, water, and sparkling water (any flavor you like, such as lime or grapefruit). 

juice in bowl

Fill the punch bowl with lots of ice and stir to evenly combine and chill. 

punch bowl with ice

Add the orange slices and fresh berries right before serving! 

fresh fruit punch

This is a great punch to serve at kid’s birthday parties or outdoor gatherings. It would also be great in one of those pretty glass drink dispensers.

punch with fruit

If no kids are attending your party, you could easily make this an adult citrus berry punch by pouring in a few glugs of vodka or tequila! 

easy summer drinks

drinks for a crowd

Citrus Berry Punch
Serves 16
Citrus Berry Punch is great for a crowd and is kid friendly! A mixture of juices and fresh fruit come together for a refreshing summer drink.
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Prep Time
10 min
Total Time
10 min
Prep Time
10 min
Total Time
10 min
  1. 1/4 to 1/2 cup super fine sugar (depending on how sweet you like it)
  2. 1 can frozen lemonade concentrate
  3. 1 can frozen orange juice concentrate
  4. 4 cups cranberry juice
  5. 4 cups sparkling water (any flavor, lime or grapefruit would be great)
  6. ice
  7. fresh orange slices
  8. fresh raspberries
  9. fresh blackberries
  1. In a large punch bowl, combine all of the ingredients except for the ice and fruit. Stir well to dissolve the sugar. Add ice and throw in the fresh fruit right before serving!
Rachel Hollis