This frothy party punch can be made in seconds with three simple ingredients, yet it is a sure crowd pleaser for guests of all ages!
I am a thief. I shamelessly stole this recipe from my aunt. Well, actually she gave me the recipe when I asked, but claiming the recipe is stolen makes the punch seem more adventurous, doesn’t it? Feel free to make up your own tantalizing backstory for this recipe when serving it to your guests.
No party is complete without a punch bowl brimming with festive frothy flavors! This party punch takes almost no time at all to prepare as Hawaiian Punch, lemon-lime soda, and Sherbet are poured into a punch bowl together (affiliate link). 7 Up, Sprite or generic lemon-lime soda will all work fine.
Rainbow Sherbet Punch
Personally, I prefer to use rainbow sherbet in my punch. I like the flavor and the multi-colored foam it creates. However, if for any reason you cannot find rainbow sherbet, your favorite sherbet flavor can be substituted instead. It will be hard to select a bad choice.
Alcoholic Party Punch
If you are having an adult-only party, perhaps an alcoholic party punch is destined for your menu. This recipe can easily be adapted to add booze to as well. Vodka or rum (white or dark rum) both make a great alcoholic party punch. I like the flavor of rum best when paired with a fruity drink like punch, however, if you are looking for an alcohol that will hide in the background better, vodka is the way to go.
The amount of alcohol you should add will vary by taste. I would start out with 1/2 liter of booze and adjust from there as desired.
How to Serve Party Punch
This recipe is designed to be served, and to fit, in a punch bowl. However, if you do not have a punch bowl, or any bowl large enough to fit the full party punch recipe, you can cut the recipe in half as needed and serve it in a pitcher instead.
- 2 pints Rainbow Sherbet
- 1 pint Hawaiian Punch
- 2 liters Lemon Lime Soda
- Add all ingredients to a punch bowl and serve.
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