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Easy Strawberry Limeade Punch

Easy Strawberry Limeade Punch is incredibly easy and a delicious family-friendly party punch that everyone is sure to enjoy!

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Strawberry Limeade Punch

With the height of basketball season upon us, I thought I’d share this super easy punch that I made a few weekends ago with our Million Dollar Dip. The whole family loved it and it is perfect for last minute get togethers.

This Strawberry Limeade Punch was totally inspired by my favorite Sonic drink.  I love them and find myself craving a Route 44 size about once a week.

Easy Strawberry Limeade Punch from Miss in the Kitchen

It’s been a little quiet around here but not so quiet behind the scenes.  I’ve just been a little busier than normal.

We have been putting the finishing touches on the house and my social media work load has been a little more hectic with new clients and new projects.

Those are all really good things but I just run out of hours to get a recipe typed up over here. I just need a few more hours in each day or give up on sleep.

I just haven’t figured out a way to do either of those just yet, but I’ll keep ya posted.

Drinks are my specialty for any family get together and my Easy Party Punch is another super simple party punch for family gatherings. You might also like this Summer Berry Punch and these Strawberry Mango Coolers are beyond delicious.

Strawberry Limeade Ingredients

This Easy Strawberry Limeade is seriously simple with just 3 ingredients that you can keep on hand for last minute get togethers.  It will be amazing for summer parties and if you are looking to turn this into a cocktail, a splash of tequila or rum would just do the trick!

Speaking of cocktails, I may need one or two to get through the next couple of months.  My oldest son will be graduating college and my middle son will be graduating high school.

According to the school websites one is on May 15th and one on May 16th.  My kids have informed me that there has been a schedule change and that they will now be on the same day!

I hope they are just trying to give me a few more gray hairs and that I won’t actually be making a choice of which graduation to attend!

This Strawberry Limeade Punch is party perfect anytime of year.  I’m love everything strawberry and my new favorite dessert is this Strawberry Slab Pie.  It would be great for a graduation celebration or two!

Strawberry Limeade Punch Recipe from Miss in the Kitchen


3 Ingredient Strawberry limeade Party Punch

Easy Strawberry Limeade Punch from missinthekitchen
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Easy Strawberry Limeade Punch

Easy and delicious party punch perfect for kids and adults
Prep Time5 minutes
Total Time5 minutes
Author: Milisa


  • 2 liters ginger ale
  • 1 10 oz can frozen Strawberry Daiquiri Mixer I used Bacardi
  • 1 10 oz can frozen Margarita Mixer I used Bacardi
  • strawberries and limes for garnish


  • Mix all ingredients together into a pitcher. Serve over ice and garnish with strawberries and limes.


  1. Have the college kid check. Sometimes different departments hold smaller ceremonies on a different day/time for the grads to all be together instead of in a mass of people (although they can go to that too). Still, good problems. Congrats.

  2. Have you made this with margarita mix or strawberry daiquiri in bottles off the shelf? I’m wondering if the flavor would be stronger since it’s not frozen? I could add ice to the punch bowl and it would do the same thing, probably.

    1. Hi Jen,
      I haven’t tried it with those but I’m guessing it would work just as good. I would just chill it and serve over ice. If you add ice to the punch bowl, it might water it down as it melts.

  3. I cannot find the Bacardi frozen concentrate anywhere. Have you ever used the bottled mixers you find in grocery stores on the shelf for this punch? I have found the Mr & Mrs T brand for daquiris and margaritas at Walmart. I’m just not sure what ratio to use with the ginger ale. Any ideas?

    1. Hi Susan,
      I have had trouble finding them too. The bottle mix will work just fine. I would use 1 1/4 cup each of strawberry and sour mix. I hope that helps.

      ~ Milisa

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