Adding hot chili peppers to punch may sound strange, but the end product will surprise you. The sweet, yet spunky finish to melons and fall fruit is so simple, yet so tantalizing. Not up for the excitement? Make it without the peppers.
A whisper of cinnamon and cloves spices up this warm beverage created in our Test Kitchen. Hand your guests a hot mug as they arrive.
Because it's filled with fresh fruit, this party punch can double as a beverage and an appetizer.
This crimson beverage is equally at home at a brunch or an evening get-together.
This sparkling drink is perfect to serve before or after dinner. For a nonalcoholic version, use the gingered syrup (without the vodka) in sparkling water or sparking cider.
This champagne punch is a perky, ruby red beverage, which gets its kick from tequila. If you'd like a nonalcoholic option, use lemon-lime carbonated beverage instead of the tequila.
To make ahead for a party, prepare the slushy version. For a kids' party, omit the rum, and freeze the fruit juice mixture as frozen pops.
Make a nonalcoholic version of this punch by choosing pineapple juice instead of rum.
Peaches give this punch a smooth consistency that goes well with many appetizers. Substitute frozen sliced strawberries for a refreshing variation.
Raspberries give this spicy apple beverage its red color.
Show off this colorful fruit-and-wine punch in a decorative clear glass pitcher.