This Easter Punch is the perfect fruity and bright drink for Easter brunch. Serve it as a cocktail or skip the vodka for a kid-friendly mocktail!
If you are looking for party punch, then look no further.
This Easter Punch recipe is the perfect drink to serve at a large gathering or Easter brunch.
It’s especially the perfect time to serve to the adults when the kids are preoccupied with their egg hunt.
It can be made with or without alcohol with simple ingredients.
What Does the Easter Punch Taste Like?
This Easter Punch recipe is colorful refreshing fruit punch.
It boasts well-balanced berry flavors alongside some pineapple, all finished up with some lemon-lime zing and fizzy bubbles.
Ingredients You’ll Need to Make the Easter Punch
For an ice cold cocktail, chill all the ingredients beforehand for at least 12 hours.
Raspberry vodka: Sweet aromatic and potent. We recommend Absolut Raspberry. It can be substituted with plain vodka or strawberry vodka.
Strawberry juice: Bottled or homemade. This will not only add a beautiful fruity and sweet touch but lots of color.
Pineapple juice: Same as the strawberry juice, use fresh or bottled. It will brings in the tropical flavors.
Lemon-lime soda: Adds zest, sweetness, and slight fizz.
Easter Punch garnishes
To avoid the punch from watering down, freeze the fruit garnishes beforehand. Ideally, using fresh fruit is always best.
For a more festive look, top each glass with a marshmallow Peep or Spiked Peep.
Want to Make It Alcohol Free?
If you don’t want an alcoholic Easter Punch, simply substitute the raspberry vodka for raspberry juice!
This kid-friendly version is still equally delicious.
Most alcoholic punches can be turned into mocktail punch by omitting the alcohol or substituting it with a similar flavored juice.
If you’re looking for another kid-friendly punch, check out our Sparkling Blackberry Mocktail.
How to Make the Easter Punch
1 — In the punch bowl or jug, mix together the chilled ingredients, fruit garnishes, and some ice.
2 — Right before serving, pour in the lemon-lime soda.
3 — Optional: Prep the serving glasses with some ice, a mint sprig, and a few fruit slices. Garnish with a raspberry sitting on the brim of the glass.
Recipe Notes and Tips
Freezing the fruit garnishes:
Freezing the fruit garnishes beforehand will allow the punch to be chilled without watering it down.
Thus, you can use less ice.
What is the lemon-lime soda loses its carbonation?
Don’t worry about the lemon-lime soda losing its fizz completely.
It eventually will and that will not alter the way the Easter Punch tastes.
The bubbles are merely for fizz and to “dilute” the alcohol content.
Instead of topping the punch with the lemon-lime soda, you can keep a bottle beside the punch bowl instead.
This way, each guest can top off their glass with themselves to ensure lasting fizz.
This way also allow guests to control how strong or light they want their cocktail to be.
Ways to substitute the ingredients:
We always love to experience with recipes so don’t be shy to do so yourself!
Substitute the raspberry vodka for raspberry juice for an alcohol-free punch.
Another delicious option to use strawberry gin (also found in a Pink Gin Spritz) as the main liquor instead.
Instead of lemon-lime soda, try ginger ale.
For a citrus punch, swap out the strawberry juice for pink lemonade or orange juice.
Whatever you choose, it will sure make for a fun Easter Punch.
More Easy Easter Recipes
- Easter Egg Shots: Chocolate and creamy shots served inside chocolate eggs.
- Mini Egg Cheesecake: The ultimate Easter dessert featuring mini Cadbury eggs.
- 24 Carrot Cocktail: An earthy yet sweet and super delicious cocktail made of carrots.
- Spiked Easter Peeps: Our boozy take on a classic Easer candy.
Easter Punch Recipe
- Punch bowl or drink dispenser or jug
For the Easter Punch:
- 2 cup raspberry vodka
- 3 cup strawberry juice
- 3 cup pineapple juice
- 2 cup lemon-lime soda
For the garnish:
- 2 oz pineapple slice
- 4-5 strawberries cut into slices
- 1 cup raspberries
- 2 limes cut into wheels
- Fresh mint leaves
- Chill all the ingredients beforehand for at least 12 hours for a cold drink.
- To avoid the punch from watering down, freeze the fruit garnishes beforehand.
- In the punch bowl or jug, mix together the chilled ingredients, fruit garnishes, and some ice.
- Right before serving, pour in the lemon-lime soda.
- Optional: Prep the serving glasses with some ice, a mint sprig, and a few fruit slices. Garnish with a raspberry sitting on the brim of the glass.
Don’t forget to share your Easter Punch with us on Instagram using the hashtag #sugarandclothloves. We always love seeing all of your creations! Looking for more quick and delicious recipes? You can find them all right here with a few desserts to go along with them.