Sparkling Cranberry Punch - the perfect beverage for a non-alcoholic party drink or mocktail with only 3 ingredients!

I’m a sucker for party drinks! I don’t drink much other than water unless it’s a special occasion, so if I drink something, I want it to be tasty, and this Sparkling Cranberry Punch is so delicious!

 

Sparkling Cranberry Punch - the perfect beverage for a non-alcoholic party drink or mocktail with only 3 ingredients!

The best thing about this drink is that it’s only 3 ingredients and the whole family can enjoy a fun, fancy drink! Just add some cranberries and lemon wedges for a little decorative flair!

  Sparkling Cranberry Punch - the perfect beverage for a non-alcoholic party drink or mocktail with only 3 ingredients!

This Sparkling Cranberry Punch is so vibrant, tangy yet sweet, and it stayed fizzy for a second day at our house. Most drinks don’t do that. Maybe we were lucky, maybe I poured the club soda in nice and slow, maybe it was the brand of club soda I used, who knows, but our family got to enjoy this for a couple days in a row. YUM!

  Sparkling Cranberry Punch - the perfect beverage for a non-alcoholic party drink or mocktail with only 3 ingredients! So, I’m thinking since tomorrow is New Year’s Eve, you should head to the store today and pick up the ingredients for this punch! It will help you pucker up for that midnight kiss! 😉  

Sparkling Cranberry Punch

Yield 12 (1-cup) servings

Ingredients

  • 2 quarts cranberry juice cocktail
  • 1/2 (12 oz can) frozen pink lemonade concentrate, thawed
  • 1 liter club soda
  • Ice
  • Cranberries
  • Lemon Wedges

Instructions

  1. Mix the cranberry juice cocktail with the pink lemonade concentrate.
  2. Just before serving, slowly pour in the club soda.
  3. Serve drinks with ice, cranberries, and lemon wedges.

Recipe Notes

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Recipe lightly altered from Taste and Tell