Jingle Juice Holiday Punch

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This Jingle Juice Holiday Punch recipe is simple, delicious, and beautiful! You only need three ingredients to craft this delicious holiday punch recipe everyone will love!

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One of my favorite things about the holiday season is all of the time spent with family and friends.

With get-togethers to attend and parties at your own place, it’s great to have a few delicious go-to recipes. So, for Day 5 of the 12 Days of Christmas, I thought I’d tell you about my favorite (and super easy) Jingle Juice Holiday Punch.

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Jingle Juice Holiday Punch:

A couple years ago a neighboring town hosted a Christmas open house in all of their little downtown shops. Adults had the option of buying a ticket and enjoying wine or a cocktail at each of the stores. I know, it sounds like trouble, but it was such a fun time.

One of the stores served this punch. It was delightful!

When I found out it was made with only three ingredients, I was even more impressed. I have no idea what the store owners called the punch so I decided to name it Jingle Juice because it’s a kick to say.

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How to Make Jingle Juice Holiday Punch:

You really don’t need an explanation on how to put this together, but I’m going to tell you anyway.

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First, get a punch bowl or extra large pitcher and fill it with ice.

I decided to get fancy and make super-sized ice cubes (with these molds) that contained cranberries and rosemary. This is totally optional. You can just toss in some cranberries. However, I think the ice cubes are such a fun touch and keep the holiday punch cold too.

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Then add your three ingredients.

All you need is whipped vodka, pink champagne (or sparkling Rosé), and a 2-liter bottle of Cherry 7-up. (As you can see, I used Diet). Give it a quick stir and you’re ready to go.

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It’s really that easy.

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The resulting cocktail is delicious and so festive. Isn’t that color gorgeous? I’m serving up my punch in this simple, yet elegant double old-fashioned glasses. You can find them here.

Also, be sure to check out my favorite holiday cocktail recipes HERE.

You’ll definitely want to try my Very Merry Ornamentini. I shared a picture of it below. It’s a delicious martini and the presentation is spectacular.

Very Merry Ornamentini Christmas Cocktail Recipe

Oh, and if you’re hunting for more holiday and Christmas inspiration, click HERE.

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Cheers, friends!

I hope you have a happy weekend. See you back here tomorrow. I’ll be sharing another sweet treat that you don’t want to miss.

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Jingle Juice Holiday Punch Recipe:

Jingle Juice Holiday Punch

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Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: cocktail, holiday, punch
Servings: 16 people
Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 5 mins
This Jingle Juice Holiday Punch recipe is simple, delicious, and beautiful! You only need three ingredients to craft this delicious holiday punch recipe everyone will love!

Ingredients

  • 1 bottle (750ml) Whipped Vodka
  • 1 bottle Pink Champagne or Sparkling Rosé*
  • 1 (2 liter) bottle Cherry 7-up
  • Cranberries for garnish - optional

Instructions

  • In a punch bowl or large pitcher filled with ice, combine all of the ingredients.
  • Stir well.
  • Serve over ice and garnish with cranberries.

Video

Notes

*If you like your cocktails sweet, opt for a sweet Pink Champagne or Sparkling Rosé. If you like things less sweet choose a dry Pink Champagne or Sparkling Rosé. 
If you are unsure of what is sweet or dry ask for assistance at your local wine store. 

Nutrition Facts

Calories: 74kcalCarbohydrates: 14gProtein: 1gSodium: 16mgPotassium: 41mgSugar: 13gCalcium: 7mgIron: 1mg
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Comments

  • Ajay Prajapat at

    It’s like an Indian “rohafza” drink yet the components are not very same. Many thanks for sharing the guidelines, will undoubtedly gonna try it.

  • Stella at

    This Jingle Juice Holiday Punch seems and kind of refreshment stuff. Super excited to this one, thanks for sharing with us

  • Stella at

    Love this Jingle Juice Holiday Punch , super excited to try this one. Thanks for sharing this recipe with us, will love to try this one.

  • Stella at

    Love this Jingle Juice Holiday Punch, super excited to try this by my own. Thanks for sharing this with us.

  • Girish Jha at

    Love this Jingle Juice Holiday Punch recipe, seems so delicious , will love to try this one.

  • Silvana at

    Can’t wait to make this as our signature drink at our Christmas party. Silly question-is whipped vodka, vanilla flavored?

    • Silvana at

      Never-mind! Just read the comment above!

  • Susan at

    Sooo sweet. Made it for a party the taste was fine, but no one like the sweetness.

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      You can cut down on the sweetness by using a dry pink champagne. My guess is that your pink champagne was too sweet.

      xo Michael

  • Melissa at

    Hi! What size pitcher would you recommend for this? I have a 90oz, will that fit everything?

  • Melissa Norte at

    I am In Panama (country), and can´t find whipped vodka =(
    I asume this will not with regular vodka?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      You can use a vanilla vodka.

      xo Michael

  • Nancy at

    Don’t comment if you haven’t tried it

  • Jennifer F Alexander at

    I’ve made this for a couple of Christmas parties. Very simple and taste great!

  • Rupesh Kumar at

    Thanks for sharing! How far ahead of time can I mix them up?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      You want to keep things bubbly so just before serving.

      xo Michael

  • Lydia Chemij at

    I have athrisits in my hands and can’t open Champagne or sparkling wine, can I use Ginger Ale and Cherry brandy as substitutions for this punch?
    Thank you!

  • Vamika at

    surely gonna make this drinks , thanks for sharing ingredients and instructions , will surely gonna try this one.

  • Sachin at

    Its like Indian “rohafza” drink but ingredients are not same. Thanks for sharing instructions , will surely gonna try it.

  • Girish jha at

    Perfect to reenergize, will definitely gonna try it in multiple occasions . Thanks for sharing instructions .

  • Lori at

    We made the punch last night. It was delicious and the cranberries made the drink beautiful. However, I have one critique. Once they thawed in your glass, if you bit into them or ate them, they are extremely sour. I’m wondering if there could be a replacement that you could drink and eat like pomegranate? Any suggestions to what might taste good but not change the flavor of the lunch?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      They are intuited to be more decorative than as a snack. Yes, you could use pomegranate seeds instead.

      xo Michael

  • Katie at

    Hi! Could this be made with regular champagne, not the rose champagne? I have a huge bottle of champagne that I wanted to use up and found this recipe and thought it could be used?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      You can. It will change the flavor and color.

      xo Michael

  • Abby at

    How would you make this non-alcoholic but with close to the same taste? I was thinking it would be easy to replace the rosé with Welch’s non-alcoholic sparkling rosé, but I’m not sure what to replace the vodka with. Thanks!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      I’m not sure you can replicate the taste without alcohol as 2/3rds of it is alcohol. I’d suggest a different non-alcoholic recipe.

      xo Michael

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