You are 3-ingredients away from the perfect Christmas punch for the family! Make this Kid-Approved Christmas Grinch Punch for your next holiday party. May contain commissioned links
Kid-Approved Christmas Grinch Punch
What’s green, frothy and the perfect addition to your next Christmas party?
Yup, I have all of the Christmas feels today with this Kid-Approved Christmas Grinch Punch. Can you tell what movie our family has been watching lately? Oh yes, we can’t get enough of The Grinch and all of his Christmas antics. With this movie on repeat this season, I may be up to some Christmas antics of my own – sneaky mom style! I’ve put hidden veggies inside of this healthy Christmas Grinch Punch – making this sweet drink a fantastic way for your kids to enjoy a little guilt-free Christmas cheer.
But shhhh! We don’t want to give away our Grinch-y secret, right?
I love a kids’ film has an amazing message. For me, I love that part when The Grinch goes from villain to hero, and the kids see that the “Grinch’s heart grew 3 sizes that day.” It’s a great visual image for kids – to see how much their love makes their hearts grow.
So taking a cue from The Grinch, I was feeling inspired for this little Christmas inspired drink. You only need 3 ingredients for this kid-approved punch! Here’s how to make this Grinch green, frothy, and yet delicious Kid-Approved Christmas Grinch Punch.
Kid-Approved Christmas Grinch Punch Recipe
Kid-Approved Christmas Grinch Punch
- Fresh Spinach
- Fresh Strawberries
- Puree fresh strawberries in blender. Pour into heart shaped ice cube tray. Freeze 2-4 hours or until firm.
- In blender, combine 1 cup of lemonade and 1/2 cup fresh spinach per serving. (For instance, 8 cups of lemonade and 4 cups of spinach). Blend until smooth - should have a fun Grinch green color!
- When ready to serve, pour juice into cup. Float one frozen heart on top.
- Serve immediately. Refrigerate leftover juice.
The sweet tartness of the lemonade is the perfect flavor to blend with fresh spinach. Plus add a fresh strawberry puree heart on top (perfect way to store your berries before they rot!), and they’ll fall in love with The Grinch all over again!
Cannot wait to add this punch to our next Christmas gathering. A perfect healthier alternative to Christmas punch drinks, your kids can enjoy a special holiday drink just for them while watching a classic family-favorite Christmas film!
Love this Grinch-y Punch? Be sure to give these healthier kid-approved drinks a try too!
And be sure to pin and share this Grinch Punch! Thanks so much for joining me and my family this holiday season. Now back to watching The Grinch for the 250th time 🙂
What is your family’s favorite Christmas movie? Would your kids try this Kid-Approved Christmas Grinch Punch?
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sheila ressel says
Elf is our family’s favorite Christmas movie. I can see our whole family enjoying this punch!
Amber Ludwig says
Omgosh this is seriously adorable!! We are definitely making these!! Love the little heart additions!!
Kristin C says
Thanks for the recipe- this will be perfect the next time we watch The Grinch!
Daniela Tapia says
My girls have so many favorite movies, but when it comes to Christmas movies, they can not stop watching Frosty the snowmen, mickey & friends Christmas and our favorite not so Christmas but they love The Secret Life of pets!
This drink is so unique, I never thought about mixing lemonade and spinach but it sure looks tasty! We will have to give it a try!
I love the grinch too. We have to add it to our Christmas movie watchlist!
Lauryn R says
How The Grinch Stole Christmas is definitely one of my all time favorite Christmas movies! 🙂 I love getting to share it with my little ones now. This punch sounds absolutely delicious and I love the secret healthy ingredient that mine wouldn’t normally eat! Thanks for sharing!
courtney b says
I love this! and the red heart is the perfect touch to make those xmas colors pop!
thanks for sharing!
Debbie Welchert says
I don’t know if my grandchildren would like this or not but I am willing to give it a try. It sounds good to me. I love the little frozen strawberry heart too.