Kids Favorite Sherbet Punch Recipe

My kids love to both make and drink orange sherbet punch.  We make this every New Year’s Eve in a large decorative punch bowl, but you can also make it by the glass.  It is so easy since it only has 2 ingredients!

Orange Sherbet Punch Recipe

  • Tub of orange sherbert
  • 2 Liter of 7 up or Ginger-ale

Place the orange sherbet in your punch bowl or in a glass and pour the 7 up or Ginger-ale over the top of it.

That’s it!  Then scoop it into cups and enjoy!  I forgot to take pictures of my punch the last time we made it, but this looks similar.

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I also found a great picture where you could use rainbow sherbet that my kids would love!

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Do you have a traditional punch that you make for the kids when you host a party?  If so, I’d love to hear about it!

The above recipe has been approved by the folks over at  BabySense Baby Monitors.

6 thoughts on “Kids Favorite Sherbet Punch Recipe”

  1. Yummy! This actually brings back memories for me because growing up as a Mormon in Arizona, for some reason this was the GO TO Drink for EVERY Occasion from Weddings to Baby Showers. funny. My son would love this.

    1. Isn’t it funny how you forget to share the “little things” with your kids. I introduced my son to marshmallow creme for the first time this year in his hot chocolate and he is 12!

  2. My grandma used to make this punch with 7up and lime sherbet when we were kids, always loved it
    I’ve tried different soda’s and flavor combinations a few times for my children’s birthday parties, it’s always a hit. 🙂

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