This simply beautiful mixed fruit punch is easy to make and can be poured over any blend of fruits for a refreshingly (non-alcoholic) drink!
Super excited about this recipe. My husband LOVES this simply beautiful mixed fruit punch. I’m pretty sure he drank 2 quarts of this by himself last night. If you love fruit lemonades and such, this is for you. This is truly so so so easy to make, too. I consider the punch to be pretty low in sugar compared to other fruity drinks. It doesn’t need a lot of sugar because the fruit sweetens it up perfectly. You can make this in individual servings like pictured above or in a punch for people to serve themselves. Totally up to you. The best part is you can use any blend of fruit that you want and it will turn out delicious!
All you need for this drink is one recipe of water punch and frozen fruit. You can use fresh fruit if you wish. I use frozen fruit because the pieces of fruit work as ice cubes without watering the punch down. As the fruit melts it adds wonderful flavor to the punch.
I used pint sized mason jars but obviously any cup or punch bowl for that matter will do. Also I filled my jars full of the frozen fruit. It took 8 oz of frozen fruit to fill them full, but works just as well to use 4 oz of fruit per cup or glass. If you use 8 oz of fruit per serving you will have enough water punch for one refill. Pour the water punch over the frozen fruit. You can either serve now or store them in the fridge for a couple hours. My husband prefers to store them in the fridge for a couple hours before drinking them because it allows the fruit flavors to melt and mix in.
See notes at end of recipe for serving amounts.
- 32 ounces Frozen Mixed Fruit See Note
- 2 quarts Cold Water
- 1 1/2 tsp Citric Acid
- 3/4 Cup Sugar
- 1/2 Tbs. Lemon Juice
Mix all the water punch ingredients together. Stir until the sugar is dissolved.
Divide the frozen fruit up into 4-8 pint sized mason jars (see note at the end of the recipe for explanation)
Pour water punch over the frozen fruit.
You can either serve now or store these in the fridge for a couple hours to allow the flavors to blend.
You can use fresh fruit in this recipe. I prefer frozen fruit because it doubles as ice cubes without watering down the punch.
This makes 4-8 individual servings. The recipes makes 2 quarts of water punch to be poured over 32 ounces of frozen fruit. If you are wanting a lot of fruit per cup or glass this makes 4 servings which comes out to 8 oz fruit per glass with enough water left after the initial fill up for a one refill. If you divide the fruit up into 8 glasses you will need the entire 2 quarts for one fill up.