This Pink Sherbet Punch Recipe Made With Sprite is the Perfect Punch Recipe for Valentines Day Parties, Baby Showers and more.
There’s nothing I love more than an Easy Recipe and this Sherbet Punch Recipe is exactly that. I have made this for St. Patricks Day with Lime Sherbet, and also for Valentines Day with Raspberry Sherbet for a Pink Punch Recipe that literally takes Minutes to put together!
My daughter’s Birthday is in February and this year we are planning a fun Valentines Themed Party for her Birthday so we have been working on easy and simple ideas for her party. I’ve already got this Pink Sherbet Punch Recipe on my list because not only is it easy to make, the kids go crazy over it!
Sherbet Punch Recipe
You will only need a few ingredients for this punch and everything can be stored separately until you’re ready to make the punch. I typically just assemble everything together right before the party starts, or you can place the Sherbet into the bowl to thaw and add the juice and sprite at the last minute.
Here are the Ingredients You’ll need:
2 – 48 oz. Containers of Raspberry Sherbet
2 – 2 Liter Bottle of Sprite or Ginger Ale
1 – 48 oz. Bottle of White Grape & Cherry Juice
This is really simple to make, you just place your Sherbet in the Punch Bowl, add your Juice and then slowly fill with the Ginger Ale or Sprite. I do recommend starting with just one container of Sherbet and one bottle of Sprite, I find that it’s good to have another on hand to add as everything starts to melt, I like to go back in and add in more Raspberry Sherbet as it starts to melt to keep everything nice and cold. Adding in Sprite half way through your party also helps to keep the punch fizzy so save that Second Bottle until your punch has been sitting a little while!
Here’s a printable version of this recipe:
- 2 - 48 oz. Containers of Raspberry Sherbet
- 2 - 2 Liter Bottle of Sprite or Ginger Ale
- 1 - 48 oz. Bottle of White Grape & Cherry Juice
In a Large Bowl combine 1 container of Raspberry Sherbet and Grape Juice.
Slowly add in 1 of the 2-liter bottles and stir
As punch begins to melt slightly use an ice cream scoop to add in the other container of sherbet as needed.
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