It’s not a party until the punch is served. This Sparkling Cranberry Punch is non-alcoholic, kid-friendly, and lightened up with less sugar and dairy-free ice cream or sorbet. It’s PINK which makes it perfect for a baby shower, kids party, Valentine’s Day, the holidays, or even a breast cancer fundraiser.

It's not a party until the punch is served. This Sparkling Cranberry Punch is non-alcoholic, kid-friendly, and lightened up with less sugar and dairy-free ice cream or sorbet. It's PINK which makes it perfect for a baby shower, kids party, Valentine's Day, the holidays, or even a breast cancer fundraiser.

 

Awhile back, I inherited my Grandmother’s crystal punch bowl. It was so… fancy. I used it for decorations, like filling it with a bunch of Christmas ornaments and using it as the table centerpiece.

But it wasn’t until Mamma Fortitude passed that I decided to actually learn to make her old-timey punch recipe. Shocking, I know.

Punch in a punch bowl. It’s so… expected.

 

It's not a party until the punch is served. This Sparkling Cranberry Punch is non-alcoholic, kid-friendly, and lightened up with less sugar and dairy-free ice cream or sorbet. It's PINK which makes it perfect for a baby shower, kids party, Valentine's Day, or even a breast cancer fundraiser.

 

Mom used the traditional punch recipe that’s been around for a million years. I wanted to lighten it up a bit, and also make it dairy free. This Sparkling Cranberry Punch has less sugar by using sparkling water instead of Ginger Ale and also uses dairy free sorbet or ice cream.

To keep it pink, make sure you use either the PINK or White Cranberry Juice instead of the traditional red cranberry juice.

Shhhh… don’t tell! No one will notice the changes!

You can top it with cranberries or pomegranates for garnish.

My childhood Preacher (who is now in his 90’s!) LOVES Mom’s old-timey punch recipe. It’s adorable. He’s never had my version, but betcha bottom dollar he would never notice the difference.

 

It's not a party until the punch is served. This Sparkling Cranberry Punch is non-alcoholic, kid-friendly, and lightened up with less sugar and dairy-free ice cream or sorbet. It's PINK which makes it perfect for a baby shower, kids party, Valentine's Day, or even a breast cancer fundraiser.

 

Sparkling Cranberry Punch Recipe

Sparkling Cranberry Punch

Author Holly Bertone | Pink Fortitude

Ingredients

  • 64 oz Chilled Cranberry Juice Ocean Spray PINK or White Cranberry Juice
  • 2 liters Chilled Sparkling Water Cranberry, Pomegranate, etc
  • 2 pints Raspberry Dairy Free Ice Cream or Sorbet

Instructions

  1. Carefully pour the liquid into the punch bowl.

  2. Scoop out the ice cream.

  3. Serve and enjoy!

 

It's not a party until the punch is served. This Sparkling Cranberry Punch is non-alcoholic, kid-friendly, and lightened up with less sugar and dairy-free ice cream or sorbet. It's PINK which makes it perfect for a baby shower, kids party, Valentine's Day, the holidays, or even a breast cancer fundraiser.

 

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