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Cheers to the holidays!

This simple and sparkling Christmas punch is a great way to spread holiday spirit at any party. Or, for a smaller brunch, just halve the recipe and mix it up in a pitcher.

By Ashley Flaws

1. Christmas Mimosas

A Sweet Touch For even more Christmas cheer, we dipped the rims of each glass in water and then into turbinado sugar. Now that's a merry mimosa!

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Photo: Brie Passano

2. Holiday Punch

"Great non-alcoholic punch! Make a day in advance to allow the flavors to meld." —Aleta

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Photo: Allrecipes

3. Christmas Poinsettia Punch

"This punch is always a bit hit at holiday parties! It's light in taste and looks beautiful to display." —jfrazie6

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Photo: Ken Burkhart

4. Luscious Sparkling Punch

"This is without a doubt the best punch I've ever had! Makes enough for 2 punch bowls. This is our Christmas Eve punch tradition, and there is never a drop left!" —Valeri Cain Cuff

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Photo: Ann

5. Sparkling Punch

"Sparkling apple cider, fresh orange juice, and lemonade concentrate blend into light and refreshing non-alcoholic punch in this easy recipe." —Mathilda

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Photo: Mia T

6. Hot Cider Punch

"A spicy blend of apple, pineapple, and cranberry juices, this hot punch seasoned with cinnamon sticks, cloves, and allspice makes a perfect holiday beverage." —cookbooksbyjeanninedotcom

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Photo: Alyssa Fravor

7. Cranberry Punch

"A delicious hot weather drink that looks just as good as it tastes." —KADA

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Photo: mommacancook505


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This article originally appeared in the December/January 2020 issue of Allrecipes Magazine.