Raspberry Sherbet Punch

Nothing says summer to me more than icecream, smoothies, and summer drinks. It gives me an excuse to whip out my collection of colorful straws and sip on sweet bliss. One of my absolute favorite summer drinks is this Raspberry Sherbet Punch. It’s actually a punch my family makes every Christmas Eve, but it’s just way too good to contain to one day a year. It’s super-duper easy to make, and it gives me a little taste of Christmas every time I make it.

Raspberry Sherbet Punch - Perfect holiday punch for the whole family!

With three ready-to-go ingredients, this is the type of punch that can be made in less than five minutes. Raspberry Sherbet, Lemon Lime Soda, and Fruit Punch Juice are all you need to make this beauty. You throw the three simple ingredients into a big punch bowl, and it’s ready to drink in no time.

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Perfect for parties (hello, 4th of July), this non-alcoholic raspberry sherbet punch is guaranteed to please a crowd of all ages. My picky plain-jane siblings drink this stuff up like it’s nobody’s business. That punch bowl never stays full for more than 30 minutes at hour house, and we usually end up refilling it before the night is over.

Raspberry Sherbet Punch

Sidenote: Can we discuss the pronouciation/spelling of “Sherbet” for a minute? Because up until about 5 minutes ago when the squiggly red lines of spell-check told me otherwise, I thought “Sherbet” was spelled “Sherbert.” Mind blown.IMG_1627

Raspberry Sherbet Punch
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Ingredients
  • ½ gallon Raspberry Sherbet (slightly softened)
  • 2 litre bottle of Lemon-Lime Soda (I prefer Diet Sprite)
  • (1) 64oz. bottle of Juicy Juice (Fruit Punch Flavor)
Instructions
  1. In a large punch bowl, add together softened raspberry sherbert, lemon lime soda, and Juicy Juice. Stir punch for a few minutes until sherbert starts to combine with liquid mixture. Once combined, it’s ready to serve!
  2. For individual portions, simply add a few scoops of sherbet to a glass and add in lemon-lime soda until glass is ¾ full. Fill remainder of glass with Juicy Juice. Stir & Enjoy!
  3. Like many drink recipes, have fun with the amounts of each ingredient you add. If you like a more raspberry flavor, add less Juicy Juice. And vice versa.

 I’m off to go make another glass (or two) of this concoction. Because, nothing says a Friday night raging party more than a drink made from Juicy Juice…

(Psst. Have you noticed the new blog design? I recently did a ton of rebranding – and am now offering Custom WordPress Design. If you’re in the market for a new blog design, I have a few more summer openings! More details here.)

Comments

  1. says

    We make this punch too! We don’t use fruit juice though so that’s an addition I’ll have to try! But this is the punch I served at my graduation and we went through 3 bowls of it in just a few hours. Everyone LOVED it!

    Danielle at Framed Frosting

  2. says

    This sounds (and looks) so good and I love the paper straws! I would totally rage on juicy juice drinks on a Friday night! I love the new branding and blog design too! It looks awesome!

  3. says

    This looks SO GOOD!!!! My boys would freak out over this! And I am cracking up over the sherbet pronunciation part, LOL!!! My husband totally says sherbert but I always have to tell him it’s sherbet! Anyway, love your blog and can’t wait to come back again and again!!!

    Best,
    Jen @ YummyHealthyEasy.com

  4. says

    I have to say that if the name Raspberry Sherbet punch hadn’t hooked me, your gorgeous photos definitely would. Thanks for sharing at Inspire Us Thursday.

  5. says

    This is a favorite punch of ours and I can drink the whole punch bowl of this recipe, yummy! Have a fantastic week and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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