Cranberry Orange Punch
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Halos; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own. #HALODays #HalosFun
One of the best drinks for our holiday parties is the punch. My family enjoys having punch at the holiday parties and typically we have always served this Rainbow Sherbet Punch; however, this year I thought I would mix it up with Cranberry Orange Punch!
I spotted Halos at my local grocery store and knew they would make the perfect addition to the Cranberry Orange Punch. The one thing I love about using these oranges is that they float, so it makes the top of the punch look amazing. This is also a kid-friendly punch, so my son in particular LOVED this.
He could not wait to try this tasty creation. I also love slicing up the oranges to decorate the punch bowl with as well.
This punch is a simple mix of Cranberry Flavored Sprite, Orange Hawaiian Punch, Orange Sherbet, Halos, and Cranberries. Sound tasty? It’s perfect for holiday parties!
I’ve also found that it’s vital to use the sherbet, it gives the great foam top on the punch as opposed to other types of ice cream.
The Halos are small mandarin style oranges, and those pair perfectly with this punch because when you ladle the punch into a glass they fit well in the glass too.
I am certain your friends will be amazed, meanwhile you’ll know how simple it was to make and how tasty those Halos were to snack on after you made the punch.
The hardest time I had was trying to explain to my son that this is a treat not to replace his orange juice for breakfast. Wouldn’t that be nice?
I am anxious to serve this punch at our parties this year as a good alternative to our traditional punch recipe. It’s bursting with flavor and perfect for adults and kids!
Cranberry Orange Punch
- 1 Liter of Cranberry Flavored Sprite
- 1 Gallon Orange Hawaiian Punch
- 1 Bag of Halos
- 1/2 Cup Dried Cranberries
- 1/2 Gallon Orange Sherbet
- In a large punch bowl, combine the sprite and half a gallon of the Hawaiian Punch.
- Slice up about 4 Halos and place on top of the punch.
- Sprinkle the dried cranberries on top.
- Add scoops of Orange Sherbet to the top then serve.
Note: Add in additional orange punch as needed and sherbet to refill the bowl.
What are some of your favorite punch flavors? Do you serve punch at your holiday parties? Be sure to pick up some Halos at your local store and get started on this tasty treat!
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