Christmas Punch Recipe
Make some delicious Christmas punch in your slow cooker! It’s so easy and it stays warm throughout your whole party! You can also put it in the fridge to serve cold later if you prefer. Make sure to try our Grinch Punch, Christmas morning punch, and Christmas Margaritas as well!
- Can you leave out the sparkling apple cider?
Yes, you can use regular apple cider. The sparkling apple cider just give it a fizzy taste.
- Can this be served cold?
Yes, this recipe tastes good cold also. Just refrigerate after cooking or add ice.
- Do you have to use a crockpot or slow cooker?
Using a crockpot or slow cooker is recommended to melt the cinnamon candy. If you don’t have one you could melt the candy in a sauce pan on the stove with a little water and stir until melted.
- Can you substitute for other juices?
Absolutely. It will change the flavor but any juice flavor should work. For example, you could use pineapple juice, white grape juice, plain cranberry juice instead of the cranberry pomegranate. You could also substitute the sparkling apple cider for plain apple cider and just add sprite or ginger ale for the fizz.
Crockpot Christmas Punch
- 4 cups of cranberry pomegranate juice
- 4 cups of apple juice
- 2 cups of sparkling apple cider
- 2 cups of orange juice no pulp
- ¾ cup of cinnamon candy I used one 5.5 oz box of red hots but anything similar should work
- Orange slices cinnamon sticks, cranberries and pomegranate arils can be added for additional flavor and garnish
- Rosemary sprigs for garnish
- In a 6 qt slow cooker, combine all liquid ingredients one at a time
- Add cinnamon candy and stir
- At this point you can also add cinnamon sticks, orange slices, pomegranate arils and rosemary sprigs to enhance the flavor and to add a garish to the punch
- Cook on high for 3 hours,
- After punch has cooked for 3 hours, serve hot or refrigerate and serve cold later