Need an easy drink for spring that’s gorgeous in a glass and everyone in the family can enjoy? Then give one of these colorfulnon-alcoholic punches that taste just like springtime a try! They’re perfect for Easter brunch, family get togethers and reunions, Mother’s Day, or whenever you need a pretty, crowd-pleasing drink that’s suitable for all ages.
The second the cold, grey winter weather starts to give way to sunny days and blooming flowers, I’m in the mood to celebrate! And what better way to ring in springtime than with a delicious, brightly colored bowl of punch?! These recipes all feature a wide range of springy ingredients and flavors, so I’m confident you’ll be able to find the perfect punch for your family and friends. Whether you’re looking for a sparkling purple punch filled with seasonal flavors or an easy pastel pink Easter punch that’s only 3-ingredients and whips up in seconds, I’ve got you covered!
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Now, let’s go ahead and check out these fun and festive recipes!
13 Colorful Non-Alcoholic Punch Recipes For Spring
Starting off, we have a raspberry lemonade punch for Easter brunch that only requires 3 ingredients! It's perfect if you need an easy recipe that won't add any extra stress to your plate since you can make it in less than a minute. Just add the ingredients to a punch bowl and you have a tart, bubbly springtime punch everyone in the family will love!
Ingredients: raspberry lemonade, ginger ale, club soda
Here's an Easter punch recipe for the kiddos that's so fun! Though it was made with kids in mind, I think it sounds absolutely delicious and anyone would enjoy it. It gets its bright red color from strawberry soda and Fruit Punch Koolaid, so it's super fruity and looks gorgeous in a glass. The most important part is the peep garnish, which makes it so festive for Easter!
Ingredients: strawberry soda, Fruit Punch Koolaid, pineapple juice, sanding sugar (for the rim), simple syrup (for the rim), peeps (for garnish)
This clever punch recipe uses little marshmallow eggs to give it a colorful and festive flair! The main ingredients are lemonade and pina colada mix, so it's tropical, fruity, and tangy. It'd be so much fun for Easter brunch or an easter egg hunt!
Ingredients: lemonade, pina colada mix, ginger ale, sparkling water, grenadine, colored marshmallow eggs, mini white marshmallows
If you're looking for a more classic fruit punch recipe, this one is my personal favorite! It's only 4 ingredients and looks beautiful in a glass filled with fruit, so it's ideal if you need a simple but more elegant punch for a springtime party.
To me, strawberry rhubarb is the quintessential springtime flavor combo! It's tart, fruity, refreshing, and makes for a truly tasty drink. This recipe takes a little more time and effort than the others since you have to juice the rhubarb, but it's so worth it for this show-stopping bright red punch!
Being from the South, this recipe is so nostalgic for me. We had a version of this rainbow sherbet punch every Easter and St Patrick's Day, and it was a staple at family reunions. While it's great any time of year, the bright, colorful rainbow sherbet make it perfect for springtime and Easter. It's super easy to make and kids always go CRAZY for it!
Who doesn't love a good slushy when it's hot outside?! This one is as simple as it is delicious and only requires 4 ingredients. It's pretty in pink and basically tastes like a cherry limeade slushy, so it's wonderful for all ages and is the perfect way to say farewell to winter!
Pink lemonade always screams springtime! Its pastel pink color reminds me of flowers blooming and the citrusy flavor is so refreshing for warm weather. The recipe is also really simple and only calls for 3 ingredients, so it helps make party planning a breeze!
Ingredients: pink lemonade dry mix, pineapple juice, lemon lime soda
Speaking of lemonade, you can't let springtime go by without a tart, refreshing glass of strawberry lemonade! This is yet another 3 ingredient punch you can make in seconds that's so pretty in a glass. It has a frothy, bubbly texture and sweet, tart flavors that the whole family will absolutely love!
Ingredients: frozen strawberries, frozen lemonade concentrate, lemon lime soda
Though this is technically a mocktail, it's super easy to make in a big batch and would look gorgeous in a pitcher or punch bowl, so it definitely falls under the "punch" umbrella. The recipe leverages the delicious, springy flavor combination of blueberries and lavender, and is great if you need a classy punch that isn't too sweet. In the recipe, you make a simple homemade blueberry lavendar syrup and then just top it off with sparkling water. Easy, elegant, and so refreshing!
Ingredients: fresh blueberries, sugar, water, lemon, lavender, sparkling water
Here's another more sophisticated punch that'd be so fun for a garden party or Easter! This recipe involves making a classic simple syrup along with a strawberry peach purée. Then you just top it off with lemon sparkling water and pansies for a gorgeous and unique punch bowl that's guaranteed to impress at any springtime occasion!
This punch is a beautiful vivid red color and tastes just like a refreshing and fruity iced tea! It uses both passion fruit tea and black tea as its base, along with some pineapple and lemonade concentrate to give it extra fruity and citrusy flavors. To me, it's a more elevated punch and the pretty red color and fact it isn't too sweet make it ideal for Mother's Day!
Ingredients: passion fruit tea, black tea, pineapple juice, frozen lemonade concentrate, sugar, mint
Here's another very different take on an iced tea punch that's just as aesthetically pleasing and wonderful for any springtime event that calls for a more elegant punch! This recipe uses green tea and can be topped with lemonade or a citrusy soda. The real star of the punch though is the lychee ice cubes, which make the presentation so fun and give the punch a tropical flair!
Ingredients: canned lychee, raspberries, mint, green tea, green apple, lemonade or soda