The thing about making fun drinks is that your kids will want them too. Which is why I am constantly trying to come up with fun kid drinks. This green punch recipe is easy to make and fun for the kids to drink. To be honest, it is also good enough for parents to drink too. With spring getting closer, this green drink is perfect for Easter, Mother’s Day and BBQ cookouts. The kids will feel special having a fun, springy punch for themselves.
I have to admit, the base to a lot of my kid friendly drinks tend to be one of two things: Kool-Aid or Hawaiian Punch. Mainly because they come in fun colors that kids like. It makes my life easier. My daughter’s cheer squad uses green and black for their squad colors. My son’s swim team is orange and blue while his school teams are blue and white. All of these are difficult to do with the exception of orange. This green punch recipe is a simple three ingredient recipe including green berry rush Hawaiian Punch, pineapple juice, and ginger ale. Easy ingredients you should be able to find in most grocery stores. The recipe can be scaled to make almost two gallons to as little as you need, even by the cup. It is all about ratios. Three parts Hawaiian Punch, one part pineapple juice and one part ginger ale. Basically. Give or take, but the 3-1-1 ratio will get you a fun, green kiddie cocktail treat.
Serving the punch could be in a large punch bowl, but I have found using a large drink dispenser easier and ultimately cleaner for everyone involved, especially the kids and your counter and floor. If you don’t have one, get one. You will thank me.
- 1 gallon of green berry rush Hawaiian Punch
- 1, 46 ounce can of pineapple juice
- 1 liter of ginger ale
- Chill all three ingredients.
- Mix all the ingredients together, stir to combine and serve.