Low Carb Holiday Fruit Punch

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Just 3 ingredients that are quick to mix up give you all the flavor and fun colors of punch but without so many carbs and sugar!

Some colorful, fruity, fizzy punch just makes a celebration more fun! It does not have to be full of sugar though! This Low Carb Holiday Fruit Punch is quick and easy to mix up and will please all of your guests, whether they are watching their carbs and sugar or not!

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Low Carb Holiday Fruit Punch is part of 27 Festive and Delicious Christmas Eve Drinks. (Note that not all of these recipes are low carb.)

Other Recipes We Love:

Some other treats we love for special occasions are One Net Carb Soft Jello Holiday Cookies, Keto Chocolate Peppermint Bark, Easy Keto Peppermint Fudge and Keto Chocolate Covered Strawberries.

The Drinks:

I used the Walmart brand and Huckleberry flavor for this recipe but you have so many options. If you shop somewhere other than Walmart, use the ICE drinks; the brand name of Clear American. We just love the Huckleberry flavor so used this brand. There are other flavors that are red that will work.

Also, the Huckleberry has 2 carbs per bottle and most of the ICE drinks have 0 carbs so if you use an ICE drink, your punch will have .75 net carbs per 4oz serving instead of 1.1 net carb.  That is even better!

What Holidays and Special Occasions can this recipe be used for?

As stated above, use whatever flavor and brand of drink you like and if you use the apple flavor, you will have a pretty fall colored holiday punch.

apple crisp ice drink nutrition lable
Low Carb Holiday Fruit Punch made with apple crisp flavor

If you use the citrus greenish colored drink, you will have a green one for St. Patrick’s Day. (Note that I did add a drop of green food color to this for more of a green color. It was a light green without it but I wanted it to “pop” for the picture.)

Low Carb Holiday Fruit Punch made with citrus flavor ice drink

There are cucumber watermelon and pink grapefruit that are pink for a baby shower even! We can have all kinds of fun with this! You would want to leave out the strawberries and maybe exchange them for something else or just do without; your choice.

The Ice Cream:

Breyers makes two similar ice creams; no sugar added and carb smart. If you look at the labels (I included them below for you to do so), you will see that the carb smart has fewer carbs, even though no sugar added sounds like a good option too. The no sugar added also has no fiber so if you are counting net carbs, you can’t deduct fiber so that ice cream has 9 net carbs per servings instead of 4 net carbs per serving like the carb smart. I used the carb smart for this recipe.

The Strawberries:

Strawberries do have 0.9 carb per medium berry (and 0.2 fiber so 0.7 net carb) so I did try to keep from using too many in the recipe. One way to do that is to slice them thinly and space them out. They can still look pretty and be tasted throughout without the carbs adding up too quickly. If you are not too worried about the carbs, feel free to add more berries and garnish each cup with a whole berry.

Can You Make this Holiday Punch Ahead of Time?

Because of the fizz in the drinks and the ice cream, it is not recommended to make this ahead of time. Sitting for 30-60 minutes or so does blend the ingredients and melts the ice cream into the drink just enough to make it yummy but too much more and it will lose its best flavor. Fresh is best for this recipe.

Ingredients:

Huckleberry Clear American 17oz drinks, chilled (or another flavor you like)

Breyers Carb Smart vanilla ice cream 1.5 quart container

strawberries, sliced thinly

Instructions:

Pour Huckleberry drinks into punch bowl.

Scoop ice cream into punch bowl. I used my Pampered Chef 1 ½ inch scooper to get even balls into the bowl. I would have used a smaller one if I had it but this one worked well.

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Sprinkle strawberry slices over top.

Low Carb Holiday Fruit Punch

Serve.

Low Carb Holiday Fruit Punch

Use more strawberries to garnish if you wish.

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Low Carb Holiday Fruit Punch

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Yield: 28

Low Carb Holiday Fruit Punch

Low Carb Holiday Fruit Punch

Low Carb Holiday Fruit Punch; Just 3 ingredients that are quick to mix up give you all the flavor and fun colors of punch but without so many carbs and sugar!

Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 5 Huckleberry Clear American 17oz drinks, chilled (or another flavor you like)
  • 3 cups Breyers Carb Smart vanilla ice cream (half of 1.5 quart container)
  • 4 medium strawberries, sliced thinly

Instructions

Pour Huckleberry drinks into punch bowl.

Scoop ice cream into punch bowl. I used my Pampered Chef 1½ inch scooper to get even balls into the bowl. I would have used a smaller one if I had it but this one worked well.

Sprinkle strawberry slices over top.

Use more strawberries to garnish if you wish.





Notes

Use different colored drinks for appropriate holidays as you like.

Nutrition Information

Yield

28

Serving Size

4oz.

Amount Per Serving Calories 18Total Fat 1gSaturated Fat 1gTrans Fat 0gCholesterol 1.6mgSodium 8mgCarbohydrates 3gNet Carbohydrates 1.1gFiber .7gSugar 1gSugar Alcohols 1.2gProtein 1g

This data was provided and calculated by Nutritionix using unknown brands unless named in the recipe. If nutrition is important to you, I highly encourage you to verify any data you see here with your favorite nutrition calculator. Also, you can put in exactly what you used so it is the most accurate. This is just to give you an idea, as any nutrition calculation is not exactly accurate unless every single product brand used is entered. Please note also that I am not a certified nutritionist or health professional of any kind. Please consult a doctor or trained professional for medical advice.

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