Classic Valentine’s Day Punch Recipe

Need a great punch recipe for a Valentine’s Day party or get-together this year? This classic Valentine’s Day punch won’t disappoint; it’s delicious, easy to make in large batches, and it’s just as delicious with alcohol or without!

Make this classic Valentine's Day punch in under five minutes! Three variations to try!

There are three versions of this punch: the classic non-alcoholic version (perfect for the kids), a version with alcohol (perfect for a large party), and a champagne punch version (perfect for a romantic evening for two), so pick your favorite and whip up a batch!

Classic Valentine’s Day Punch (Non-Alcoholic Version)

(serves 12-16)

To make the basic non-alcoholic version of this punch, you need:

  • 2 liters of Sprite or Sierra Mist
  • 1 bottle of red juice (cranberry, cran-ras, etc.)
  • 1 bottle of orange juice (any orange blend is fine too, or you can make a batch from a frozen concentrate can)
  • a pitcher or a punch bowl

Valentine's Day Punch

Pour all three bottles into a large pitcher or punch bowl, and stir well. Then ladle out into glasses, serve, and enjoy!

Make this classic Valentine's Day punch in under five minutes! Three variations to try!

Classic Valentine’s Day Punch (Alcoholic Version)

To make an alcoholic version of this punch, you need:

  • 3 cups Vodka
  • 1 cup Triple Sec
  • A batch of the non-alcoholic punch from the recipe above

Make the non-alcoholic version of the punch like normal, then stir in the vodka and Triple Sec at the end.

If you are serving both kids and adults, you can make the classic non-alcoholic version above and then add a splash of vodka and Triple Sec to each adult’s glass rather than making the entire batch alcoholic.

Classic Valentine’s Day Champagne Punch

You can also make a champagne punch! Just replace the bottle of Sprite or Sierra Mist with two bottles of champagne or Prosecco and you’ll have a light, refreshing champagne punch!

Make this classic Valentine's Day punch in under five minutes! Three variations to try!

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P.S. if you liked this project, check out these other simple Valentine’s Day projects!

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Jessi Wohlwend

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Reader Interactions

  1. keri @ shaken together says

    6 years ago

    I’ll take a glass of each, please! YUM!

  2. Courtenay @ The Creek Line House says

    6 years ago

    So fun! I’m totally going to make this in both the kids’ version and non-kids’! What a fun little thing to do especially because V-Day is on the weekend this year and we’ll have the whole family home together all day!

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