On a special day, you may want something else than the classical freshly pressed orange juice. A breakfast drink that makes clear that this day is different from a normal Sunday. More like Christmas, Easter or any other day you want to remember more than others. For this day, you can pimp up your freshly pressed orange juice with pineapple juice, cranberry juice and (spicy) ginger ale to a festive fruit juice for breakfast
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Of course, you can vary with different ingredients in countless combinations. I like for example the spicy ginger ale because it gives some counterweight to the sweetness of the fruit juices. A bit of lime juice, or lemon juice may also do wonders to this brunch drink.
You can’t miss the alcohol? Or are you thinking of serving this festive fruit juice for aperitif? Then replace half of the pinapple juice and half of the ginger ale with you favorite wodka or (sparkling) wine.
Just like any other fruit juice, this festive fruit juice for breakfast tastes best when it comes cool from the refrigerator. You can prepare it the evening before already without the ginger beer, and just add this in the morning. Or, if you don’t like the carbonation, you can add the ginger ale already the evening before too. Or put all the fruit juices and the ginger ale in the fridge and prepare everything in 5 minutes in the morning.
More ideas for you Christmas punch
Experimenting yourself with new combinations makes the most fun. But if you don’t have time, or need some inspiration to start, you can definitely try one of the following ideas:
- Christmas morning punch with pinapple and sprite
- Lots of juice recipes from BBC good food
- Christmas punch with cranberries and pomegranate
- Cranberry orange mimosa bellini
- 11 traditional Christmas cocktails from thespruceeats
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If you speak Dutch, you can find the Dutch version of this recipe on gerechtenweb.blog.