Blue Party Punch (with snow!)

 

 

 

 

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We just finished cleaning up after our “Middlest’s” 8th birthday. By request, she asked to have a “Winter Wonderland” themed birthday party. I typically make party punch with red fruit punch, however I saw BLUE Hawaiian punch at Marcs and thought “hot dog!” wouldn’t THAT be FUN! So, here we have it….”Winter Wonderland” punch with snowballs on top….it was a hit! A great addition to a Christmas party and/or boy baby shower! 

 

 

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1 large container of blue Hawaiian punch, 1 (2 liter) of 7 up and 2 cups of pineapple juice. 

 

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1 carton of vanilla ice cream; scooped. 

 

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….add those ingredients together and get one “Happy Birthday Princess”.  

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  1. Such a cute idea with the snow balls and Happy Birthday to your middlest :) Wish we could have been there!!
    Lots of Love,
    Courtney

  2. We will be celebrating my daughters 4th birthday this week- Will do the punch! Thanks!

  3. Charlotte Moore says:

    Cute idea!!

  4. So glad I just found this! My daughter’s 4th birthday is on the 19th and I wanted a blue punch. I bought that Hawaiian punch hoping to add something to it, and this sounds amazing! Thanks for the idea!

  5. Mary Beth says:

    We are having my 2 year old’s birthday party today with airplanes as the theme! I found bath tub toys I will have float on the top and use this recipe with smaller ice cream scoops to look like clouds! Thanks for the recipe!!!!

  6. My daughter’s first birthday is feb28 were having a Winter One-derland party going to try this can you use blue koolaid instead i dont think i can get Hawaiian juice where i live! PS glad i found this!

  7. I want to make this for my daughter’s birthday party, but i am wondering how it will turn out without the ice cream. we are doing an ariel themed party so i want it to look like clear blue water. has anyone tried it without the ice cream?

  8. Heck, I want some of that punch at MY b-day party :P

  9. Thanks for sharing this great idea! I am looking forward to trying this for my daughters birthday!
    I featured it in my blog round up here:
    http://www.rekrahcreative.com/top10frozenpartyfoodideasandfrozeninviations/

  10. Denise Hill says:

    Served this punch at a baby shower. The only thing I changed was the vanilla ice cream. I used pineapple sherbet instead. This was awesome. Everybody loved it. This recipe is a keeper !!!

  11. What keeps punch from turning green when you add the pineapple juice?

    • Cathy, it will turn green if you add too much. It adds a kick , but if you are looking for bold blue- you can leave out the pineapple juice completely. Great question!

  12. Perfect punch for my daughter’s 4th birthday party! Of course, she wanted to have a Frozen party…what little girl doesn’t these days, huh!! :)

    Thanks for the spin on my usual raspberry sherbet punch!

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