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Pink Sherbet Punch

This frothy pink punch made with sherbet is one of my favorite easy party drinks.

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★ Why You’ll Love this Recipe ★

This frothy pink punch made with sherbet is one of my favorite easy party drinks!

It’s super quick and easy and tastes awesome too!

All You need is 2 Ingredients!

So easy! Just mix together raspberry sherbet and plain or raspberry ginger ale.

The kids always LOVE it and I notice even the adults go back for seconds.

Great for holidays, showers or birthday parties.

My grandma used to make this sherbet punch for our annual holiday Christmas party. It’s was something we always looked forward to and to this day I still think of her when I make it.

It’s the perfect punch for a baby shower too! The pink color tie in perfect with a baby girl shower theme.

It’s also a fun and easy punch to make for Valentine’s Day, a princess birthday party, or for a bridal shower.

Goes well with any pink-themed party decor.

I made this punch for my daughter’s first birthday party. I used the colors pink and green to decorate, so the pink punch added to the theme, serving as a fun and pretty treat.

Are you planning an event with pink as the main color? This punch would fit right in then.

★ How to Make this Pink Punch ★

This punch can be made in large batches, so it’s ideal for serving a crowd!

To prepare this punch:

  • Start with a large punch bowl.
  • Add the entire tub of sherbet.
  • Slowly pour in ginger ale until it reaches the top.
  • Reserve remaining ginger ale in the bottle to refill the punch bowl as needed.

Easy peasy!!

 ★ FAQs ★

How to you make the froth?

The frothy top magically appears when you combine these two ingredients. The bubbles in the ginger ale combine with the sherbet and it add a top later of yummy and pretty forth to the top without even doing anything special Pretty cool!

Want a more sophisticated flavor?

You can also add fruit juice or even fresh raspberries if you want but it’s not required. Fruit juice adds a more complex flavor but does reduce the froth bit.

Here’s a batch I made for my daughter’s birthday party. I added a little bit of pineapple juice to this. It was delicious!

How does this pink sherbet punch taste?

Both kids and adults typically love the taste. People seem to especially admire how nice the color of the pink sherbet looks. I personally love the frothy top and smooth chunks of sherbet.

Could you make this punch blue for a boy baby shower?

Yes! This is a little harder to do because blue sherbet and blue drinks are somewhat difficult to find. However, not impossible! What I’d recommend is going for a white sherbet — either pineapple or lemon would work and then use a blue drink like blue raspberry Hawaiian punch. To get some bubbles, you can use a clear beverage like Sprite or ginger ale.

Could this punch really be made any color?

Pretty much. Don’t feel like this has to be pink. You can use any color sherbet and pair it up with a bubbly beverage that would complement the flavor and/or color of the sherbet. Experiment and see what you like! I could see a fun green version for St. Patrick’s day for example!

Can you spike this punch for a little extra “punch?” 😉

Be sure to keep out of reach of children of course if you choose to spike this!

Or I like to offer a bottle of vodka next to the punch for people to add their own spirit. Then they know how much alcohol is in their glass too.

I highly recommend whipped cream vodka as a mix in. The creamy tastes goes amazing well with the tangy raspberry flavor!

★ Helpful Tools for Making this Punch ★

A punch bowl is pretty key. The punch bowl you see in the photo is actually a trifle bowl. It works great as a punch bowl and will save you from having to buy another large item to store. 😛

Here are some other supplies you may need:

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Pink Sherbet Punch for Baby Shower
Frothy Pink Punch made with Sherbet and Ginger Ale

Pink Sherbet Punch

This frothy pink punch made with sherbet is one of my favorite easy party drinks.
Author: Angela G.
5 from 6 reviews
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Cuisine: American
Skill Level: Easy
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 10 Servings
Yield: About 10 cups

Ingredients
 

  • 2 liters raspberry ginger ale
  • 24 oz pink raspberry sherbet

OPTIONAL ADD-INS

  • A heavy splash cranberry or other fruit juice
  • Fresh raspberries

Instructions

  • Add raspberry sherbet to punch bowl then slowly pour ginger ale over top about 5-10 minutes before serving.
  • You can make this punch a little more nutritious and more flavorful by adding in juice. Not necessary but you can! Just substitute a portion of ginger ale with juice.

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Nutrition Facts

Calories: 166kcal | Carbohydrates: 38g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 1mg | Sodium: 45mg | Potassium: 67mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 34g | Vitamin A: 31IU | Vitamin C: 2mg | Calcium: 43mg | Iron: 1mg
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Janel McSwain

Thursday 4th of August 2022

What kind of fruit juice would you recommend?

Angela G.

Thursday 4th of August 2022

I really like pineapple juice. Or a pineapple cranberry blend is delicious!

Debbie

Sunday 21st of May 2017

I added floating fresh raspberries This punch was a hit with kids and adults

Angela G.

Sunday 21st of May 2017

Thanks for the feedback, Debbie! Great idea to add fresh raspberries to the punch. I'm going to have to try that next time I make it!

Faith

Monday 16th of May 2016

How many servings in this recipe?

Angela G.

Sunday 22nd of May 2016

I will produce about 8-10 servings of 1 cup each. Thank for you for asking!

Kate

Saturday 10th of January 2015

Hello! I was wondering what else could be used instead of raspberry ginger ale (as this is not available in Australia!). Would it be okay to use normal ginger ale and add some raspberries to the mix? Sounds yummy!

Angela G.

Wednesday 28th of January 2015

Hi Kate, This recipe is really very versatile. I've used just regular ginger ale before and I've also used ginger ale plus different types of juice before. Adding some juice gives it a richer, more opaque color which I like.

Raspberries go well with almost any other kind of fruit so you could try just about any kind of juice plus regular ginger ale or even a lemon-lime soda like Sprite would be good.