Our fresh fruit punch recipe is perfect for kids. It’s a refreshing drink recipe using all fruit juices and water, not from concentrate! Learn how to make fruit punch for a party especially a kids party! 🙂 This is such an easy fruit punch recipe and you could easily make it in bulk!
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My mini chef mondays star loves to drink water. In fact she’s rarely had juice, however lately we’ve been outside more now that the weather is nice and her friends all have juice boxes. Now she wants juice. We have always made homemade fresh juices at home and even then we water them down. She loves the fruit punch juices, but there’s so many ingredients in the juices and we prefer to make what we can. When we showed you how to make fruit punch for kids we even saved some for ice pops, soooo good!
We can also water the juices down by making them at home. Since we water them down we use frozen fruit instead of ice cubes. My mini chef LOVES to enjoy the fruit after she’s done drinking her juice. This recipe is so easy to make! You can use your own homemade juices or even if you’d like get some cold pressed or other juice at your favorite market then mix them into your favorite glass pitcher. Then pour right into your favorite glasses. We love using glass mason jar mugs with a handle.
You can easily make a single serving or a large serving for a crowd. We keep this in the fridge for 48 hours and then after that we freeze into ice pops if there’s any leftovers.
- 4 cups water
- 1 1/2 cups concord grape juice
- 1 1/2 cups plain orange juice or orange carrot juice
- 1 1/2 cups apple juice or raw apple cider
- frozen fruit for ice cubes
In a large pitcher mix together all the juices and put in frozen fruit to keep cool.
Store in fridge until ready to serve.
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