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Coca-Cola Punch for the Big Game

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The football playoff are in full swing, and that means it is time to get ready for the Big Game!  My family and I are big football fans, but unfortunately this year all our favorites are already eliminated. 

But at least that means we can enjoy watching the games, without stressing too much about the results! Here is a great football party we put together featuring some of our favorite foods and an easy recipe for Coca-Cola Punch. And as a bonus you can use the leftover soda cartons to make the ultimate Super Bowl Snack Stadium!

I wanted to make a fun drink for the Big Game, and a citrus-infused Coke Punch seems like the perfect beverage. To make the punch football-themed I made football-shaped ice cubes.

I bought a silicone football mold, which is designed for making chocolates but works great for ice cubes too.  A day before the party I opened up a half liter bottle of Coca-Cola and poured it into the molds, and then froze the ice cubes until party time.  The football ice cubes were cute, and a big hit with the kids!

Football ice cube made of Coke

To make the punch I added some orange juice, pineapple juice and lemon juice to the punch bowl, followed by five bottles of Coke.

Mixing the Coke Punch

Then my family did a taste test and decided it was a little too pineapple flavored, so we added more orange juice until we decided we had the perfect mix! Once we agreed the punch was delicious, I sliced up a lime, lemon and orange and floated them on top. Finally we added the football ice cubes just as the rest of the food came out of the oven.

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Yield: 12

Coca-Cola Punch

Coca-Cola Punch
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes


  • 6 bottles of Coca-Cola, .5 l
  • 2 cup orange juice
  • 1 cup pineapple juice
  • 1/2 cup lemon juice
  • 1 orange
  • 1 lemon
  • 1 lime


  1. A day before the party pour one bottle of coke into ice cube trays and freeze.
  2. Mix the remaining 5 bottles of soda in a punch bowl, along with the orange juice, pineapple juice and lemon juice.
  3. Slice the orange, lemon and lime and float the fruit on top of the water.
  4. Add the ice cubes.

Nutrition Information:



Amount Per Serving: Calories: 178Sodium: 1mgCarbohydrates: 10gSugar: 7g

To go along with the Coke Punch we served pizza, crackers with a cheese log, some football cookies, Chile Rellenos Casserole and some veggies.  There was plenty of food to go around!

Football Party Spread

To decorate we printed out some #1 fingers and pennants, and glued them to toothpicks.  It is cute to print these on colored card stock in your favorite team’s colors. We used them to stick in the pizza slices, in tomatoes and in the fruit around the punch bowl!

Stuffed Crust Pizza - perfect food for the Big Game

Finger food like crackers with cheese and veggies are perfect for munching on during the game.

Ritz Crackers with Cheese - Big Game Food

I’d love to hear about your plans for the Big Game! Share your plans or  family traditions in the comments.

By on January 14th, 2015

22 thoughts on “Coca-Cola Punch for the Big Game”

  1. I have yet to experience all the fun of football season! I grew up in France and our sport is soccer and since my girls attend a French International school no football teas there either.. It’s always intrigued me and some day I’ll get to experience the game and the tail gating fun… !

  2. I love finding new recipes. I have never heard of Coca cola punch! Sounds interesting. I like lemon flavored soda so I might actually enjoy giving this recipe a try! Pinning to my Beverages board. Thanks for sharing with us at Merry Monday. I am looking forward to what you will be sharing at the next party:-)

  3. I thought for sure soda exploded in the freezer until I realized that is only in a can. I guess I have never thought to freeze soda but I love how the little footballs turned out.

  4. 5 stars
    I love your selections for the Super Bowl. Thanks for sharing at What’d You Do This Weekend. It would be a great addition to any Super Bowl party buffet. We are hosting a Snacks for Super Bowl XLIX party. I hope you can run on over and share this.

    You will be featured Monday on What’d You Do This Weekend.

    Wishes for tasty dishes,

  5. Diane- I hope you are soon well! How awful when we don’t know what is going on with our own bodies…we feel helpless and out of control…not a good spot to be in-is it? I am sending up a prayer for your quick recovery and that the Drs. can find out the cause of your illness. As a side note-I hope your hospital food is better than the one I work at…NOT good! Smiles to you- Diana


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