This Easy Party Punch is a crowd-pleasing, family-friendly drink that’s made with 3 easy ingredients and then topped with orange sherbet! Ready to serve and enjoy in only 5 minutes!
This quick and easy Party Punch will earn its way to being your number one party must-have when hosting any gathering! It tastes like sweet raspberry lemonade mixed with a creamsicle yet has a nice hint of cranberry and lime!
The best part is that it’s non-alcoholic so kids up to adults can all enjoy the same beverage! One batch of this and you’ve easily provided a delicious punch for at least a dozen guests regardless of age.
This punch packs a ton of flavor and attention to detail into it yet is made in only 5 minutes using 4 ingredients! Effortless recipes like this allow you to be more excited and less stressed out about hosting a New Year’s Eve party or gathering with friends!
This Party Punch Recipe combines store-bought ingredients to deliver a beverage that packs a ton of flavor! To make a batch you’ll need:
- Frozen Lemonade Concentrate – Added to the punch as is for a slight citrus flavor.
- Cranberry Raspberry Juice – Be sure to pick up 100% juice and not a juice cocktail. The two are not the same so both have a different flavor.
- Soda – I used lemon-lime soda in the party punch. However, you could also use 7-Up, Sprite, or Sierra Mist.
- Orange Sherbet – Gives this punch its sweet creamsicle flavor.
Set out fresh raspberries and sliced oranges next to the punch bowl for guests to garnish their own glasses!
How To Make Party Punch
- Pour soda, juice, and lemonade concentrate into a large punch bowl.
- Stir to combine.
- Scoop the orange sherbet onto the top of the punch.
- Garnish with fresh raspberries and orange slices.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do The Leftovers Of This Punch Keep Well?
They actually do not. I find the flavor changes too much between the sherbet melting and the soda losing its carbonation.
Can I Make This Punch Recipe Ahead Of Time?
Unfortunately, I don’t recommend doing so. When serving this punch to guests you want the best appearance and freshest flavor. Making it ahead causes the soda to lose its fizz and the sherbet to melt.
A batch of this punch mixes up in just 5 minutes. So it’s super easy to just make it as friends and family start to arrive!
Should I Put Ice Cubes In The Punch Bowl To Help Keep The Party Drink Chilled?
No, the ice cubes will melt causing the overall flavor of this punch to be watered down. Instead, I’d recommend refrigerating the lemon-lime soda and cranberry raspberry juice before making it. This way the punch is as cold as possible when you combine the ingredients.
However, you could place ice cubes in individual cups if desired.
Can I Use Cranberry Juice Instead If Cranberry Raspberry Juice?
Of course. Feel free to make this to your preferred taste! Just make sure to grab 100% cranberry juice and not a cranberry cocktail.
Could I Use Ginger Ale Instead Of A Lemon-Lime Soda?
You will lose some of that lemon-lime flavor however it will still turn out really delicious!
Anyone who sips on this Sherbet Punch always goes back for refill after refill! Check out more flavorful non-alcoholic punches to serve at your next party!
- Cranberry Apple Cider Punch – Mouthwatering punch that’s made with only 5 ingredients in just 5 minutes!
- Kinder Punch – A warm spiced punch that can be served right from the crockpot!
- Carrot Orange Punch – Prep this delicious mixture of juices, soda, and slices of fresh fruit in only 5 minutes!
- Christmas Punch – This holiday drink has fun garnishes such as cranberries, orange slices, pomegranate seeds, and rosemary!
- Champagne Punch – If you’re looking for a fizzy punch with alcohol, this is it!
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- Add lemonade concentrate, juice, and soda to a large punch bowl and stir to combine.
- Top with scoops of orange sherbet.
- Garnish with sliced oranges and fresh raspberries if desired.
- It’s best to use 100% juice and not a juice cocktail.
- Serve immediately for best results.
- Add ice to individual glasses if desired.
- This tastes like a sweet raspberry lemonade mixed with a creamsicle with a hint of cranberry and lime.