Tangy fruit punch and orange juice come together with raspberry sherbert for the best Sparkling Valentines Day Punch for kids! Whether it is a school party, church potlucks, baby showers, play dates, or even a Valentine’s Day party at home, this sparkling Valentine’s Day punch is going to steal the show at the party.
Punch is one of my favorite things to serve at parties. I love creating sweet and tangy punch recipes for my guests and family. This Valentine’s Day punch recipe is so easy to make and absolutely beautiful in color. This is my go-to heart day punch because it always wins over hearts.
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The Best Sparkling Valentines Day Punch For Kids
I use a bag of frozen raspberries that will add in a nice bold color and they are delicious to nibble on. Best of all if you have little ones at home you can easily let them help prepare this delicious pink punch.
How Do You Make Pink Sherbert Punch
For this recipe, I used orange juice and fruit punch concentrate. Then I paired with a raspberry sherbert and it gave such a gorgeous color and the flavor was even better than it looked.
How Early Can You Make Valentines Day Punch Ahead of Time
I would only make it a few hours early at the earliest. The reason being is after a while the sherbert will fully melt and begin to warm up and the Gingerale will begin to lose the bubbles. It takes minutes to prep.
Pre-Scoop Sherbert for Valentines Day Punch
One trick I use is pre-scooping my sherbert. I grab a muffin tin and put plastic wrap inside, to keep the sherbert from sticking in the pan. Just scoop and drop in each muffin tin hole. Then toss in the freezer until you are ready to assemble your Valentines Day punch recipe. This will save time during the prep.
How to Make Valentines Day Punch
Within minutes you can have this assembled and ready to spoon up and serve. Kids will love the bright colors while they will equally love the sweet and bubbly face.
Ingredients For Valentines Day Punch
1 12 oz. Can of Frozen Fruit Punch Concentrate, Thawed
1 12 oz. Can of Frozen Orange Juice Concentrate, Thawed
1 48 oz. Container of Raspberry Sherbert
2 – 2 Liter Bottles of Gingerale, Chilled
1 24 oz. Bag of Frozen Raspberries
Directions For Valentines Day Punch
Pour Thawed Fruit Punch and Orange Juice into a Large Punch Bowl
Add in 1 container of Raspberry Sherbert
Slowly add in Gingerale and mix well
Add in the Frozen Raspberries on top for garnish.
As you can see this recipe is so quick and easy to make. We are such a fan of this tasty punch and I think you will too. The bright colors are fun and the flavor is a definite sweet treat.