Rainbow Sherbet Punch
This Rainbow Sherbet Punch will hit the spot at every party! This recipe is simple and perfect!
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I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving and are recovering from Black Friday sales! Of course, maybe you are still out in the madness, I’ll just pass on that…thanks! I stick to my online ordering and it keeps my sanity intact.
Now let’s talk punch today, and no I don’t mean the way you felt when someone grabbed that beloved electronic that you were trying to get to this morning…the delicious, sugary kind of punch!
Did you know I have a great post that features all sorts of Punch recipes? If not, go check it out! I realized after all these years, I never added my own punch recipe to the list.
We grew up on this punch which likely has been made over and over again maybe by your family even. My grandma would make this every year for all of our holiday parties. We knew that we could count on goop and punch each year for Christmas Eve.
As my grandma has grown older, my sister and I have now taken over punch duty. My grandma though calls us every year to be sure we will have the punch for Christmas Eve and we always do!
All you need for this punch is equal parts Hawaiian Punch and Sierra Mist and/or Sprite, then a tub of Rainbow Sherbet. I simply pour both of the liquids into the punch bowl then add enough rainbow sherbet to cover the top. I love that the liquid gives it a nice foamy look on top.
It’s delicious and I could drink it all by myself! That is likely why we only have it on special occasions!
Rainbow Sherbet Punch
- Sprite/Sierra Mist
- Hawaiian Punch
- Rainbow Sherbet
- Mix equal parts Sprite and/or Sierra Mist with Hawaiian Punch.
- Then, top it with the rainbow sherbet ice cream and serve.
I also wanted to share this punch bowl too, this is a more updated version of the one I use, Anchor Hocking Presence Cake Dome Set. This one can be used as a punch bowl, cake stand, or for trifle desserts!
Be sure to check out the items needed for this great punch!
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