Blood Orange Party Punch is a boozy concoction of Falls delicious bounty. Filled with pomegranates, apples, pears, lemons cranapple juice, wine and champagne it’s the ultimate cocktail to serve for all your Autumn festivities!
When leaves turn their beautiful shades of Fall, the weather dips and theirs a crisp in the air, serve this Blood Orange Party Punch.
It’s the perfect beverage to serve for tailgating, sitting around a campfire, or soaking up the last warm days of the season.
This Blood Orange Party Punch comes together so simply, you’ll make it over and over again.
And did we mention the color?!
If this doesn’t scream Fall, I don’t know what party punch does!
This party punch is basically a sangria.
You can use red wine or white wine. You can use champagne or orange soda to make it fizzy.
The possibilities are endless for this recipe. So go crazy with Fall flavors you love.
INGREDIENTS FOR BLOOD ORANGE PUNCH RECIPE
- Pomegranate seeds
- Cranberry Apple Juice
- Cinnamon sticks
- Your favorite Wine, I recommend a white or Rose wine
- Cinnamon sugar, for rimming, if desired
HOW TO MAKE BLOOD ORANGE PUNCH FOR A PARTY
Into a large pitcher place pears, apples, lemons and blood oranges into the bottom.
Sprinkle in pomegranate seeds.
Add in cinnamon sticks and top with Cranapple juice, wine and your favorite champagne
Place cinnamon sugar onto a plate and rim glasses with blood orange wedge.
Dip glasses into cinnamon sugar to create a delicious sugar rim.
WHAT JUICE CAN I USE FOR AN ALCOHOLIC PARTY PUNCH?
When making large batch party punches, I prefer to use a light or diet juice. One that doesn’t contain a ton of sugar.
For this Blood Orange Party Punch I used Diet CranApple juice, which contains 1 gram of sugar.
Since champagne and wine both contain sugar, I try to control any extra amount I’d be putting in.
Feel free to use any type of juice you’d like.
HOW TO MAKE NONALCOHOLIC PARTY PUNCH
Yes, you can make this blood orange party punch without alcohol.
Just sub both the wine and the champagne with your favorite juices, that would go well with the fruit within the pitcher, and it’ll turn out great!
Be sure to use pop, like Sprite or Ginger Ale, for the bubbles!
TIPS FOR MAKING PARTY PUNCH
Be sure to pour the champagne into the pitcher right before serving.
If you pour the champagne in too early, the bubbles will subside.
Add the juice.
When serving the punch, allow guests to add ice directly to their glasses. Place ice into the pitcher will dilute the punch.
CAN I MAKE PARTY PUNCH IN ADVANCE?
Yes, however make sure you don’t make it too far in advance.
It’s best to make party punch the night before or the morning of.
Pears and apples will oxidize, or turn brown, so it’s best to make them within a day of serving
HOW LONG WILL THE PARTY PUNCH LAST?
Party punch is best when served within 1 day of making.
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Camilla M. Mann says
No I need to get a beautiful pitcher to go with your beautiful punch! Thanks for sharing this. I can’t wait to try it.
What a gorgeous punch!!!! It is such a treat when blood oranges are in season. Love this!
Wendy Klik says
Oh My Gosh, this is an amazing looking punch. Perfect for around the campfires. Thanks so much for sharing.
This is bold work. I love orange juice.