Non Alcoholic Baby Shower Punch Recipe





This non alcoholic baby shower punch recipe is a great twist that everyone at your party can drink, it's refreshing, healthy and adds that twist for a special and unique event.

This recipe is for 20 portions

Baby Shower Punch Ingredients:

  • 8 Glasses pineapple juice

  • 8 Glasses of orange juice


  • 8 Glasses of lemonade


  • 8 Cranberry juice


  • Canned or fresh pineapple


  • Raspberries or strawberries


Step By Step Instructions:


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Glass: Any glass or plastic

 

  • Step 1: Place raspberries or cut strawberries and place in the punch bowl

  • Step 2: Add all juices


  • Step 3: Add pineapple


  • Step 4: Stir very well

  • Step 5: Chill in the fridge until the party starts

  • Step 6: While serving put ice in each glass and then pour the punch over it using a ladle or another glass to pour
  • You can also use:
    Grapefruit juice instead of lemonade or orange juice and any berry you like instead of the raspberries

 

cocktail-guru tip

You can use honey to sweeten the drink if you like, or melt sugar with an equal amount of hot water and add to get the taste you like.

 

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