Holiday Mulled Cranberry Juice

Recipe courtesy of Del Monte.
Holiday Mulled Cranberry Juice: Great For Christmas.

Holiday Mulled Cranberry Juice. Great For Christmas. Hello friends, so today I have a fun recipe to share with you. I am getting in the Christmas mood and I am sharing a holiday season recipe with you.

Raise your holiday gatherings with this enchanting Holiday Mulled Cranberry Juice, a festive beverage that will warm both hearts and palates. Crafted with care, this delightful concoction brings together the tart brilliance of cranberries and a medley of aromatic spices, creating a sensory experience that embodies the spirit of the season.

It is an alcohol-free Holiday Mulled Cranberry Juice. This recipe will keep you warm and cosy. So what is not to love? So also perfect for making up on cold Winter nights too. I love making warm drinks up on cold dark nights.

Also something kind of special holding and hugging a mug of warmness in front of a burning fire in Winter. So can you picture it now!? So how sweet and tasty does this Mulled Cranberry juice look!?

Holiday Mulled Cranberry Juice:

This Mulled Cranberry Juice is a non-alcoholic alternative that doesn’t compromise on flavour. The deep crimson hue and inviting aroma make it the perfect centerpiece for any holiday celebration.

Simmered to perfection, the infusion of cinnamon, cloves, and orange slices adds layers of complexity to the natural tartness of cranberries, resulting in a beverage that is both comforting and invigorating.

Great For Christmas:

  • Cranberry juice: Check
  • Pineapple chunks: Check
  • Lemon slices: Check
  • Oranges: Check

A mixture of cinnamon sticks, slices of ginger, brown sugar, a clove and a few star anise: Check.

How To Make A Holiday Mulled Cranberry Juice:

Whether served hot as a comforting winter warmer or chilled over ice for a refreshing twist, our Holiday Mulled Cranberry Juice is a versatile crowd-pleaser. It’s not just a drink; it’s a celebration in a glass.

Impress your guests with this vibrant and flavourful addition to your holiday spread, and let the essence of the season linger in every sip.


  • 1L of Cranberry Juice
  • Few pieces of Del Monte Pineapple chunks
  • 2 slices of lemon
  • 1 orange, sliced
  • 2 cinnamon sticks
  • 3 slices ginger, about 1/4-inch (1/2-cm) thick
  • 6 tablespoons (90 ml) brown sugar
  • 1 clove
  •  2 star anise
Holiday Mulled Cranberry Juice: Great For Christmas.

Holiday Mulled Cranberry Juice:


  1. Firstly, in a large saucepan, bring all the ingredients to a boil.
  2. Let steep for 5 minutes.
  3. Serve hot, with the spices, if desired.

Made with the finest quality cranberry juice and a blend of hand-selected spices, this Mulled Cranberry Juice is a testament to craftsmanship and attention to detail. Give your festivities a touch of warmth and elegance with this delightful beverage that captures the magic of the holidays in every pour.

Embrace the joy of the season and create lasting memories with a Holiday Mulled Cranberry Juice – a taste of holiday cheer in every drop.

How fun would be for the children? Also a yummy taste of Christmas with the cinnamon inside. So do you fancy making some mulled cranberry juice over the holidays? Or any upcoming parties?

This cranberry, pineapple, lemon, orange and ginger mulled juice is the perfect drink for the holiday’s parties. Always handy to have a drink in for anyone who does not like alcohol.

Updated post. First published here 6th December 2016. Recipe courtesy of Del Monte. Also, image credits: cinnamon sticks: weinstock via Pixabay | Lemon: Bru-nO via Pixabay | Orange: pixel2013 via Pixabay| star anise: Ajale via Pixabay.

So have you ever made anything like this before? Do you like to make Mulled juice recipes up? Or do you also like to add alcohol and make Mulled wine? Also, I would love you to share your thoughts in the comments below.

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  1. Margarett Murphy
    10 December 2016 / 17:42

    This looks lovely. I will have to try it.

  2. Keely Gallagher
    8 December 2016 / 06:35

    Gives me a great idea of how to use up the cranberries in my fridge!

  3. Let them be small Blog
    7 December 2016 / 20:13

    this sounds lovely. Might give this a try next week when we put out tree up x

  4. 7 December 2016 / 13:49

    Oh I like the sound of this. I love the photos, makes me feel very festive x

  5. Talya
    7 December 2016 / 12:24

    Ooooh I've never heard of this what a lovely idea and so festive!

  6. Dean B
    7 December 2016 / 09:48

    This looks too pretty to drink! Would make a lovely centerpiece.

  7. NC Sue
    7 December 2016 / 00:58

    Beautiful post, and I'm sure this is delicious. Thanks for linking up.

  8. alissa apel
    6 December 2016 / 22:58

    This is a pretty drink. Thanks for sharing the recipe. I'll have to give it a try.

  9. kerry norris
    6 December 2016 / 22:38

    I love mulled wine and cider but have never tried this. I'm Sure I'd like it x

  10. Kelleyn Rothaermel
    6 December 2016 / 21:58

    Looks so wondeful and I bet smells amazing!