Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

A Sugar Free Punch that a Type 1 diabetic could drink all day long without having to take extra insulin. People with diabetes will just love you for thinking of THEM! Especially any diabetic child like mine. Do you realize a Type 1 diabetic can eat only at certain times of the day and only a certain amount of carbohydrates? Hopefully my daughter will go on the insulin pump this summer so things do not have to be so rigid for her.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 1 container crystal light lemonade mix (makes two Quarts)
  • 1 liter Fresca soda, chilled
  • 6 strawberries
  • 1 orange, sliced
  • ice


  1. Prepare Sugar Free Lemonade according to their directions; Chill.
  2. Pour Lemonade and Fresca in a punch bowl.
  3. Add ice and garnish with fruit.


Most Helpful

I haven't made this yet, but I want to thank you, thank you, thank you for posting something I can have!!! There are so few recipes for things like drinks and deserts for diabetics! Thanks!

Trisha July 10, 2002

I made this today, using Crystal Light Pink Lemonade mix, for a girl's baby shower, and the shade of pink was so perfect. I floated a frozen teething ring on top. I thought it was good, and I got several compliments from the guests. I'm not diabetic, so I can't truly appreciate a sugar-free punch. We needed something without sugar because the shower was at a retirement home and several diabetic patients were present. This fit our needs perfectly. Thanks for posting!

kelli701 October 12, 2007

I made this punch for our family's New Year's Day get-together. It was excellent! I used lemon-lime flavored Fresca instead of the regular and froze the strawberries in a muffin tin in some sugar-free lemon-lime drink to use as ice cubes in the punch bowl. Thank you so much for posting! I'll be making this punch often.

ILuvRecipes January 09, 2007

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