Tiffany Punch (Just 2 Ingredients!)

Tiffany Punch - Just 2 Ingredients and tastes like a jolly rancher!


I love blue drinks.  They make me happy.  

My kids seem to be big fans too… And this, my friends, is our favorite blue drink.  I got this recipe from a friend many years ago.  I’m sure many of you have heard of it before – but if you were like me when I learned of it… prepare to be amazed by it’s easiness & awesomeness.

All you need is this:

Tiffany Punch - all you need is two ingredients and it tastes like a jolly rancher!


Make the lemonade as  per instructions.  You can make this in any amount you wish. One part blue Hawaiian Punch & one part prepared lemonade.

I love blue drinks!  Just 2 ingredients & it tastes like a jolly rancher.


Tiffany Punch - just 2 ingredients & tastes likes a  jolly rancher!



It tastes a lot like a jolly rancher.  Maybe I should have renamed it jolly rancher punch?

Tiffany Punch - just 2 ingredients & tastes like a jolly rancher!


Tiffany Punch (Just 2 Ingredients!)
  • 1 part berry blue typhoon Hawaiian Punch
  • 1 part prepared lemonade
  1. Stir together both ingredients. Serve over ice.

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  • Lauren

    That’s really cute. :) I just did a tutorial on a French Vanilla Green Tea that I love to make on my blog. I like the “Tiffany Punch” name better than “Jolly Rancher Punch” only because it makes it seem more classy and fancy. haha

  • ps152

    I think a blue drink would make me super happy.

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  • Megan

    This is soo good Im making it for my babys bubble party today….its going to be bubble punch :) Thanks sooo much for this great idea!!

    • Travis N Chelse Zeiss

      what did you add to it to make it a bubble punch?

  • Ani

    How much is a part exactly?

    • Crystal

      It’s a 1 to 1 ratio. If you wanted to make a gallon you would use 2 quarts Hawaiian Punch and 2 quarts of the prepared lemonade. Or for a 2 quart pitcher you would use 1 quart of each. No matter how much you make it’s always an equal ratio of both. Hope this helps!

  • Jennifer

    how can i make this like a slush?

    • Crystal

      Blend it with ice until it’s the desired consistency you would like :)

  • Lysander

    This looks really beautiful!

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  • Sarah

    Have You Ever Spiked This Recipe If So With What And How Much? Seems Like It Would.BeDelicious With Vodka!

    • Crystal

      I’m sorry, but I don’t drink – so I’m not sure. I’m sure you could spike it though, but I couldn’t give details to how much! :)

    • Moira Katwala

      My family and I are going to try lemon vodka, since it would give a nice pucker to it.

    • Moira Katwala

      I’m just going to make the base tiffany punch, then let people pour however much vodka they want into their own glass. I imagine that most guests will do 1 to 2 ounces per tall glass.

  • crazyformyjesus

    Trying this for a church birthday dinner tomorrow! Sounds delicious!!

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  • Karen

    I would imagine if you wanted to make it “bubbly” then you could add Sprite or ginger ale…

  • Bri

    I just made this today and it tastes wonderful! We purchased Polar Blast Hawaiian Punch because it was the only blue colored Hawaiian Punch in stock. My daughter is picky about artificial juice products but she loves this one! We are using it at her Disney Frozen themed birthday party tomorrow. Thanks!

    • Danielle

      I’m planning a Frozen birthday party for my daughter. What kind of things did you come up with for snacks and food to serve?

  • Lindi

    Would love to try this, but live in the UK and can’t get HawaiianPunch here.

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