Simple Party Punch

There is something about “party punch” that makes me happy…is it the foaming sherbet floating on top? Is it the beautiful pastel color? Is it the sweet and tangy flavor? Perhaps it is a mix of all three descriptions that make party punch such a crowd pleaser. This recipe is simple….you will remember it always..and I can bet you’ll make it often! Enjoy, my sweet friends…
(You can use whatever color sherbet you like depending on the festivities- this was my little girl’s 2nd birthday- Orange would work beautifully for Thanksgiving- Lime for Christmas, etc)

Place ice or ice ring in punch bowl and add 1 container of any fruit punch
Pour in a 2 liter of lemon lime soda 
Scoop in sherbet to cover the top (I used an entire small container) 
You have just made a beautiful and satisfying “party punch”! This won’t last long!!! 
 
 

Simple Party Punch
 
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Serves: 15
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Ingredients
  • 1 2 liter lemon-lime soda
  • 1 container of fruit punch
  • 1 small container of sherbet
  • Ice or ice ring
Instructions
  1. Combine soda and punch, add scoops of sherbet on top.
  2. To make an easy ice ring: Place water in a ring shaped jell-o mold and freeze over night.Plop right into your punch! You can also add fruits to your water to be "fancy.

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  1. Darlene Schacht says:

    I LOVE punch!! I have a party tomorrow night, and I was debating whether to go with punch or pop. I got lazy and bought pop. Now I'm rethinking that decision.

  2. Janelle Nehrenz says:

    LOL! Well……if you bought Sprite you could turn it into punch!!! Or I could just bring it? (I wouldn't want to know what it would look like if I sent it…HAHAHA)

  3. We love punch!! I love the many different flavors you can get. So fun!

  4. This is a great idea, in France we don't make this sort of punch but I'm sure my children were enjoy this!!! Next time we have party I make this (or perhaps this weekend just for fun for all the family!!!)
    Blessings from France

  5. Janelle Nehrenz says:

    Suzel, thank you for stopping by my kitchen! What a special treat for me! I would loooooove to see what is going on in your kitchen in France! Enjoy the punch! God Bless you!

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    http://aucoeurduchalet.blogspot.com

  7. I love punch! These bring happy memories of more church potlucks, baby showers and the like:-)

  8. Janelle Nehrenz says:

    Suzel…what a beautiful blog indeed! Thank you for posting my button! Bless you!

  9. teachermomof2 says:

    I make the same punch, but use vanilla ice cream instead of sherbet. It's always a hit with guests!

  10. Janelle Nehrenz says:

    Mmm…that sounds really good! I bet and orange punch would make a good orange and creme! Great idea,Teach!

  11. CaJuan and Marcy says:

    I love sherbet in my punch! Just a suggestion: One can make the "ice ring" by freezing the punch, too, so when it melts in the punch the punch doesn't get watered down at all.

  12. You have me looking for a recipe now that I used a couple of years ago for Eggnog Punch. It was sooo pretty because you used store bought eggnog and filled it with scoops of french vanilla ice cream…it was soooo rich and sooooo good!

  13. Janelle Nehrenz says:

    Marcy, great tip!!!! Thank you! Sandi- My hubby would LOVE that punch!

  14. Your punch sounds absolutely delicious!

    I'd love for you to stop by my blog on Thursday for my Christmas Recipe Party!

  15. You are a sweet heart! Thanks for all the fun ideas! Happy Valentine’s Day everyone!

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