“This post is sponsored by SheSpeaks, Inc and Simply Orange Juice Company.”
December is full of parties at all times of day. We probably have brunch more during December than any other month and I kind of love it. It is a time of day when my kids are happy and ready to play, instead of dragging through dinner parties that last way past bedtime.
The best part about brunch? The food. Is there anything more glorious than breakfast foods? Pancakes, waffles, crepes, and eggs are the perfect food for any celebration.
This Cranberry Orange Brunch Punch is one of my favorite drinks to bring to a brunch, it is the perfect combination of sweet and savory all complimented by the fresh fruit inside. It is easy to make and you can always bring the bottles with you to the party so you can make up more as you need it!
Cranberry Orange Brunch Punch
You will need:
- 2 C. Simply Orange® Juice
- 2 C. cranberry juice
- 2 C. Sprite®
- orange slices
- fresh cranberries
- pebble ice
Measure out 2 cups of cranberry juice and add it to the bottom of a large glass punch bowl.
Measure out 2 cups of Simply Orange® and add it to the cranberry juice.
Add two cups of Sprite® and stir the juice together.
Add pebble ice. I added about 4 cups of ice and it was the perfect amount for this recipe.
Add slices of orange, and fresh, washed cranberries to the the top of drink for added flavor.
This punch is always a huge hit. My kids adore it and ask me to make it even when we are just lounging around at home. I love making it with Simply Orange® juice because I know I am putting fresh, plain orange juice in my drink. Simply Orange® is 100% juice. Simply Orange® Juice is never frozen or sweetened, it is never even concentrated, so you know you are getting the best orange juice for your holiday drinks. Simply Orange® is available in the refrigerated section of Sam’s Club, where it comes in a convenient two pack, which is perfect for holiday entertaining.
I love putting out this Cranberry Orange Brunch Punch and a bowl of Mixed Nuts for my guests while the rest of the meal is finishing. Is it the perfect, easy way to give your guests something to munch on while they wait for brunch or dinner.
What is your favorite brunch recipe?