Vampire’s blood pomegranate punch recipe

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serves: 4
Skill: easy
Prep: 5 min
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  • Whether you’re cutting back on the booze and need a healthy cocktail to serve up at your next get together, or want a drink that’s suitable for a kids’ party, give this bright mocktail a go. Pomegranate is a superfood thanks to all its amazing health benefits, including helping to lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of heart disease and fight inflammation. The fruit is also packed with vitamin C and vitamin K. Using pomegranate juice in this cocktail recipe helps give it a vibrant red colour too that’s really eye catching. Grape juice is also a really great juice to include in this healthy cocktail thanks to its health benefits too – it’s been shown to help reduce the risk blood clots, reduce cholesterol and help protect the blood vessels in your heart, as well as helping you to maintain a healthy blood pressure. Blueberries are another superfood and great addition to this drink recipe. Blueberries help reduce the risk of stroke and heart attacks and are a really rich source of antioxidants, as well as vitamin C.
    This drink recipe is super easy to whizz up and makes a great punch bowl option for kids and non-drinkers at any occasion or get together. Plus, if you’re looking for something bright for Halloween, it’s also a great choice thanks to its brilliant colour. Stir up this fruity punch in your cauldron – your little monsters will love its ghoulish blood-red colour!


    • 500ml pomegranate juice
    • 250ml grape juice
    • 250ml ginger ale
    • Fresh blueberries


    • To make this superfood recipe, pour the chilled pomegranate juice, grape juice and ginger ale into a large punch bowl and stir.

    • Sprinkle a generous handful of blueberries so that they bob on the surface of the cocktail. Use a ladle to serve.

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