The Best-Ever Hawaiian Punch Recipe

Yes, we love it. Hawaii AND this Hawaiian punch recipe. You will, too. A homemade recipe, it is simple to put together, it is nutritious and it is definitely delicious.

This recipe originated from the Culinary Arts Program at Maui Community College. I am sorry to say that I have absolutely no idea where I found it but I am pleased to say that we LOVE it.

It's perfect for any party or gathering plus we often have it for a special breakfast, at a birthday party and my when he was in middle school my son even dressed as a Hawaiian and sold it at a cultural fair. No, we are not Hawaiian but he was enthusiastic about this project and, despite his blonde hair, his pretend 'Hawaiian' heritage and his punch were a huge success.

Enjoy!



The Best-Ever Hawaiian Punch Recipe


This recipe serves 20 people unless they are really thirsty, in which case it will probably serve about 10 people.

Ingredients

4 Cups of Orange Juice
4 Cups of Guava Juice
4 Cups of Pineapple Juice
1/2 Cup Red Grenadine
4 1/2 Cups Ginger Ale

Instructions

Use frozen juice concentrates and mix according to the directions given by the manufacturer.

Make sure the juices are well chilled and have been in the fridge for at least a day. (That way you won't have to add too much ice to make it cold.)

When it is time to serve the punch, pour the juices into a large bowl and add the grenadine and ginger ale. (Make sure they are cold, too!) You can add some additional ice cubes if you wish.

This recipe is close to a traditional Hawaiian rum punch...without the rum. If you wish you can add the rum by using 3 1/2 cups less ginger ale and substituting 3 cups of light rum and 1/2 cup of dark rum. Don't stir in the rum, just add it.

Well, there you have it. A simple punch recipe that is perfect for your next gathering.

Do you like rum in YOUR Hawaiian punch?

See you
in the kitchen!
Brenda

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4 comments:

  1. Now you've made me thirsty!! Looks like a I'll have to give this a try. Thanks for the recipe!!

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  2. This recipe sounds absolutely wonderful! I've never made any recipe with Guava Juice so it will be a really fun, different recipe for us to try. Thank you!

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  3. Makes me think of my husband's Magnum shirt. Unfortunately, only long-gone ashes remain. I could go for a nice glass of this Hawaiian punch!

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  4. Thanks for visiting, folks. I'm thirsty, too!
    Susan, of course I remember your husband's Magnum shirt.
    Cynthia - I bet you could use any juice you like!

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