Pink Vodka Lemonade Punch or Cocktail with a splash of Malibu and lime juice to get your party started!
An easy to make refreshing cocktail that everyone loves! Pink Vodka Lemonade is so easy to make, looks amazing as your table centrepiece AND is absolutely delicious!
Vodka Lemonade Punch
One for the best cocktails! Here in Australia, Vodka, Lime and Lemonade is incredibly popular amongst party goers! However, we don’t use homemade Lemonade in our drinks. We use Sprite! It’s easier, faster and even better.
With our recipe, you only need 4 ingredients!
- Lime juice (please use fresh squeezed)
- Cranberry juice (creates the pink)
In this recipe I sneaked in a splash of Malibu because a touch of coconut makes it even better!
Is Vodka and Sprite good?
YES! If you like Sprite, you’ll love this combination since vodka really has no flavour and does not alter the taste of Sprite. For a lower carb option, use sugar-free or Diet Sprite.
Don’t like Sprite? Mix your drink with Lemon-Lime Soda or use a pre-made pink lemonade instead if you wish. Or for a less sweet drink use club soda.
How To Make Vodka Lemonade
It’s so unbelievably easy! Mix it all in a pitcher and serve!
Something I do for additional flavour is add 2 thin lime wedges at the bottom of each glass, muddle, then pour in the drink.
Looking for more alcoholic beverage ideas? Try these!
Strawberry Slushies (Frosé)
Pink Vodka Lemonade
Pink Vodka Lemonade with a splash of Malibu and lime juice to get your party started! Easy to make and refreshing!
Keyword: Vodka Lemonade
Servings: 6 – 8 people
- 2 cups ice
- 180 ml vodka
- 80 ml Lime juice
- 80 ml Cranberry juice
- 60 ml Malibu (optional — adds coconut flavour)
- 1.25 quart (litre) Lemonade (Sprite)
Combine all of the ingredients in a large pitcher filled with ice, adding the soda last. Serve immediately.
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