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Aloha! Sorry, I couldn’t help it. This drink SCREAMS Hawaii to me: Pineapple Party Punch, my favorite new cocktail.

Pineapple, rum and prosecco combine to make the most refreshing punch that serves a crowd. You can also make a non-alcoholic version! Either way, you are going to want to make this party punch recipe for all your summer events. 

Easy Pineapple Party Punch recipe - Just 3 ingredients makes the most refreshing cocktail! Plus, a non-alcoholic version too!

We might not get to an actual tropical beach this summer, but that doesn’t mean we won’t be making tropical drinks and I have a great one for you today. This party punch is fruity, bubbly and boozy – basically everything a punch should be. It’s the best alcoholic party punch for a crowd, but be careful because it so easy so drink!

I’ve been making this punch for years and it’s my favorite way to get a taste of a tropical vacation without leaving the house! The pineapple reminds me of our trip to Hawaii and all the fun we had. It just transports me right to those memories.

I love cheap alcoholic punch recipes especially when they’re easy to make! You’ll definitely want to give this one a try soon – it’s perfect on a warm summer night, so if you want to learn how to make punch for a party this is for you.

Table of Contents
  1. How to Make Non-Alcoholic Party Punch
  2. How to Make it Ahead
  3. Other Punch and Cocktail Recipes
  4. Pineapple Party Punch Recipe

I can’t get Hawaii out of my head. All year long I’ve been making Pineapple Mimosa’s and dreaming of the beach. I think I’ve drank more prosecco this year than I ever have before! After making a Cake by the Ocean Cocktail last month, I started thinking about other cocktails I could make with pineapple juice. And I wanted to add bubbles because, well, bubbles make everything better. Also, there’s just something about the smell of pineapple juice that transports me to the beach.

You Will Love this Easy Punch Recipe

What I love best about this cocktail recipe is that you can make most of it ahead of time and then finish it just before you serve it. I hate worrying about mixing individual drinks for a party, so this is the perfect solution – just mix it up in a pitcher and you’re good to go.

The other thing I love is that you can make this non-alcoholic, too! It’s still fruity and refreshing but kid-friendly. I’m showing you how to do it both ways.

bottles of rum, prosecco and pineapple juice

How to Make Punch for a Party (with Alcohol)

  • Pineapple juice
  • White rum or coconut rum
  • Chilled prosecco (or champagne)
  • Frozen pineapple chunks

If you want to give it a coconut twist be sure to use the coconut rum – it’s delicious. I like to use Prosecco which is a sparkling Italian wine. It’s like champagne but they can’t call it champagne because champagne can only be made in France (just a fun fact!). So, either will work – choose your favorite.

The frozen pineapple chunks take the place of ice cubes and they keep the drink cold without watering it down. 

To make the drink just combine the juice, rum and prosecco in a pitcher. Stir to combine and then add the pineapple chunks. So easy! Just the way a summer cocktail should be, right?

Easy Pineapple Party Punch recipe - Just 3 ingredients makes the most refreshing cocktail! Plus, a non-alcoholic version too!

How to Make Non-Alcoholic Party Punch

The non-alcoholic version of this drink tastes like a pineapple soda. It’s so refreshing and kid-friendly!

Just omit the rum and prosecco and use regular or diet sprite (or other lemon-lime soda) or plain club soda instead. 

How to Make it Ahead

You can mix the pineapple juice with the rum ahead of time and keep it in the refrigerator. I wouldn’t do this more than a few hours in advance.

Just before you’re ready to serve it add the prosecco. You want all the bubbles from the sparkling wine, so don’t do this part ahead.

If you want to make the punch recipe with Sprite, I would just do it right before serving since there’s only the two ingredients. You will want it to be nice and fizzy.

Even if you can’t get to the beach this summer there’s no reason you can’t bring it to you. Just grab some girlfriends, mix up a batch of pineapple party punch and you’ll feel like you’re there! Enjoy!

Other Punch and Cocktail Recipes

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Pineapple Party Punch

3.97 from 66 votes
Pineapple Party Punch – the perfect cocktail recipe! Prosecco, Rum, and Pineapple make a perfect party drink. Includes a non-alcoholic version!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Yield 10 servings
Serving Size 1 serving

Ingredients
 

  • 4 cups pineapple juice chilled
  • 1/2 cup white rum or coconut rum
  • 1 bottle 750mL Prosecco, chilled
  • Frozen pineapple about 2 cups

Instructions

  • Pour pineapple juice, rum, and prosecco into a pitcher. Add frozen pineapple to keep it chilled. Serve the same day it’s made.
  • Non-Alcoholic Version: skip the rum and prosecco. Use lemon-lime soda (regular or diet) or club soda instead.

Recipe Nutrition

Serving: 1serving | Calories: 78kcal | Carbohydrates: 12g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 2mg | Potassium: 123mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 9g | Vitamin C: 9mg | Calcium: 12mg | Iron: 1mg
Nutritional information not guaranteed to be accurate
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Author Dorothy Kern
Keyword pineapple, prosecco, rum

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This is the BEST Party Punch Recipe with pineapple juice, Prosecco and rum. You can use champagne or make it with club soda or lemon lime soda to make it non alcoholic! This tastes like Hawaii and feeds a crowd.

Last Updated on June 17, 2020

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  1. Pineapple juice, prosecco, and rum. That sounds like a wonderful combination to me! What a great summer drink. I’ve never been to Hawaii before, but I’d love to go (except for that whole long plane ride part). ?

  2. This sounds awesome. I will share this with my friend — we love prosecco, so I can see us sipping these by her pool!

    PS – I also have “texture issues” — so glad it’s not just me! My husband thinks I’m weird. Now I know I’m not alone! πŸ™‚

  3. Ohh we have “pool Sundays” at my Mom’s house, I’m thinking this needs to be my contribution this week!Β 

  4. Lol, ignore the kids yelling MOOOM for full effect! I think I could do that with this drink in hand! I love a good fruity drink!!

  5. I would inhale this!! A pineapple mimosa turbo charged with the Bacardi! I bet that Malibu would be great in it too for an ultra tropical vibe πŸ™‚ I love pineapple in all ways and forms, including in Lifesavers! lol

  6. Nothing wrong with adding a little sumthin’ sumthin’ into pineapple juice (or any juice really) to make it taste better. I sure could use a glass of this right now!

  7. Why have I never had a pineapple minosa before?! Pineapple (and strawberry) are two of my favorite fruits. This drink looks right up my alley – it’ll be perfect for when I’m in the pool on a float, ignoring absolutely everyone and everything πŸ™‚ I can’t wait to sip these all day long!

  8. I’ve never been to Hawaii, and it’s on my bucket list. Can’t wait to have all my kids old enough to survive the crazy long plane ride! Coming from the east coast is harder. πŸ™‚
    My brother introduced me to pineapple mimosas when I was in my 20s, and I’ve been addicted ever since. They’re amazing.
    And this is even better. Prosecco and rum? Sign me up!