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No need to leave the house to feel like you are on an exotic getaway. Mix up this tropical breeze party punch for an instant island party feel.
Girl’s night out, luau, Bachelor finale party or just because. This tropical breeze party punch is an easy party punch recipe that is perfect for any special occasion.
I love hosting get togethers, whether they are for big occasions or small occasions. When I started thinking about some occasions to create a party punch, a girl’s night out to watch the season finale of the Bachelor seemed like a fun opportunity to get together and indulge in a fruity drink. Are you a bachelor fan? I have been watching since the 2nd season. All that drama is quite entertaining. Every season I hope they are able to find their happy ending. It seems like almost every season for the finale, they end up on a beach somewhere. Mixing up a pitcher of this tropical breeze punch will have you and your girlfriends feeling like you are right there with them as he makes his final decision.
I mixed up this mocktail with some 7UP® from Walmart. I wanted to give it some zip and fizz and 7UP is my favorite lemon lime soda to add to a non-alcoholic party punch. It totally finishes this drink and pulls it all together.
I was able to find all the ingredients I needed for this tropical breeze party punch at Walmart. With only 5 ingredients, this punch is mixed up and ready to serve in only 10 minutes! I liked these 16 oz bottles of 7Up so party guests could add as little or as much soda to their drink. I found them in the soft drinks aisle of the store, on the middle shelf.
I love to have sliced pineapple, limes and cherries to garnish my party drinks. Fun straws and paper umbrellas are always a great addition too. They can really help set the tone for your Bachelor season finale party.
Tropical Breeze Party Punch
Tropical Breeze Party Punch
Prep time: 10 mins
Total time: 10 mins
Serves: 1 gallon
- 2 (12 oz) cans frozen mango orange juice
- 3 cups water
- 1 (46 oz) can pineapple juice
- 1/2 cup cream of coconut (found in liquor section)
- 1/4 cup sweetened lime juice (found in liquor section)
- 4 (16 oz) bottles 7UP
- grenadine – optional
- In a large pitcher mix together 2 cans mango orange juice with 3 cups water.
- Add pineapple juice and lime juice.
- Using a whisk, mix in cream of coconut.
- Chill the base punch mixture until ready to serve.
- When ready to serve, add 7Up and a splash of grenadine.
- Serve over ice.
This party punch is a mocktail. Most of my party punch recipes are mocktails because I don’t drink and I don’t worry about my kids taking a sip. But if you wanted to make it more for an adult crowd you could add some coconut rum. I’d say 1/2 cup to 1 cup to this recipe, including the 7Up.
When I was checking out at Walmart, the man behind me looked at my cart, and seeing all the punch ingredients asked me where the vodka was!?! So apparently, that is what he would be adding to this recipe.
So are you planning to watch the season finale of the Bachelor with your girlfriends? They will love the addition of this tropical breeze party punch to the finale festivities.
For what occasion would you mix up this tropical breeze party punch?