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Gameday Recipes: Skittles Punch Recipe

Game day is a big deal in this household. My husband, especially, loves to celebrate as he grew up enjoying sports with his family. We love to make tasty meals and treats to add to the festivities of the day. We often make appetizers and meals that we need to cook, but sometimes we just want something tasty and fun, without a lot of hassle, that the kids will love, too. If you are looking for a tasty drink besides that traditional soda, that is also kid-approved, check out our Skittles® Punch, brought to you by #CollectiveBias.

Skittles Punch Recipe

Gameday Recipes: Skittles Punch Recipe

You will need…
2 14oz bags of Skittles
1 half gallon orange juice
1 half gallon pink lemonade
1 2 liter lemon lime soda of your choosing
1 splash of cranberry soda {we used about 1/4 of a 2 liter bottle}

To Prepare…
Combine all of the juice and soda. If you have kids, you can even let them help if you feel they are big enough to pour drinks. We have a 2.5 gallon container that we use for punch. If you do not have one, you can mix all of the juices in a stockpot and then pour them into a few gallon pitchers.

Gameday Recipes: Skittles Punch Recipe

Now pour in the Skittles. You can either start drinking your punch immediately, or you can let the Skittles dissolve. The more they dissolve, the more “Skittle-y” it will taste. It really doesn’t take long for them to start dissolving, but it does take a while for them to dissolve completely.

Gameday Recipes: Skittles Punch Recipe

We recommend serving Skittles Punch with SNICKERS®, Life Savers® Gummies and/or Starburst® Fruit Chews. If you can find a nifty football tray like ours, that’s even better. ;)

Gameday Recipes: Skittles Punch Recipe

Gameday Recipes: Skittles Punch Recipe

If you haven’t purchased Skittles before, they are easy to find at Walmart. They come in tons of sizes and several flavor varieties, too, including Tropical and Orchard.

Have You Ever Made Your Own Punch? What Ingredients Do You Use?

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Comments

  1. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    What a fun idea. My kids would totally get a kick out of that.

  2. Sounds tasty! I love skittles.

  3. That won’t work at my house. My boys react to the dyes in the candy, they are uncontrollable and the high fructose corn syrup is not an ingredient I allow in my house. That stuff is poison and the dental bills offset any savings.

  4. WHO doesn’t LOVE skittles? A punch made with them would be awesome!

  5. Wow, what a colorful punch. Kids would love it!

  6. I would never have thought to put skittles in a punch. I will have to remember this next time I have a kids party.

  7. Wish you a very happy new year

  8. What a neat idea! Sounds like a fun punch – I bet the kids would so love this!

  9. What a fun way to use the Skittles. That’s my husband’s favorite candy. He was happy to find a candy cane full of them in his Christmas stocking. :)

  10. Neat idea. My granddaughter will love it.

  11. Oh what total fun. My kids would love, love, love this. We actually have a birthday party coming up and this would be perfect. LOL

  12. How fun. My nieces would flip for this. They are addicted to skittles.

  13. This is a really fun idea! It would be perfect for any party!

  14. That is one colorful drink! I bet it tastes REALLY good. I’ve done SKittles and vodka before.

  15. This looks like it would be a lot of fun for kids to make. They could pick the color of Skittles they want to use.

  16. Skittles punch?! OMG! My daughter will totally love this!

  17. This looks like such a fun addition to any party table! My girls would absolutely love it!

  18. I love Skittles, so I’ll definitely have to pin this for the next occasion where I can use it. Thanks for sharing!

  19. Skittles are yummy….but I’m thinking a trip to the dentist will be needed after this punch!!

  20. I have made my own punch, but not with Skittles. I might just try that for an up-coming party!

  21. This looks so good. I love punch. I never thought to use Skittles in the punch though. How creative! Love it!

  22. Whoa, I bet that packs a serious punch. Haha! Fun and colorful!

  23. This looks really interesting. I’m not really a punch girl, but I may have to try it.

  24. What a unique punch! I bet every cup tastes different. My kids would love this.

  25. What a fun drink. I once made Skittles Vodka and I really liked that.

  26. ellen beck says:

    This looks interesting and something we would enjoy. Everyone lloves Skittles! I dont have a container like that but I sure bet it can bbe made right in the bottlles :)

  27. Sherry Compton says:

    Very fun and definitely kid friendly! Get them really cheering on their team with Skittles punch and candy! :) Cute football plate, too. My grandkids would approve….so would my grown son.

  28. It’s different. Sounds like a major sugar rush in the making. I love skittles.

  29. This is such a neat idea! Have never even thought of putting Skittles in a drink like this before, but the flavor must have been unbelievable!

  30. Francine Anchondo says:

    My kids would love this. I will have to make it sometime. Thanks for the recipe.

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