Lime Sherbet Punch with the sweet tastes of Sprite balancing out the pineapple citrus and lime sherbet, is a coming back for seconds and thirds punch. Plus this punch is SO pretty on a party table! Tastes good and looks good, a winning recipe combination!
Non-Alcoholic Sherbet Punch
✔ Kid Friendly ✔ Easy to Alter ✔ Done in Minutes
This lime sherbet punch tastes just like a non-alcoholic Mai Tai – everyone will keep coming back for seconds and as a bonus, you can whip this up in under 10 minutes (or right before guests get there!) so its fresh, cold, and ready to enjoy. Totally kid friendly, punches are a party favorite and should never be ignored as a drink of choice.
If serving at a holiday season, Sherbet punch is a great choice for spooky green Halloween punch (serve in a cauldron!) as well as perfect as Grinch Punch with its chilled Green Sherbet and bright red cherries.
Note: ALL INGREDIENTS SHOULD BE CHILLED PRIOR TO MAKING PUNCH FOR BEST RESULTS
What kind of Sherbet makes the best punch?
The most popular kind of Sherbet is RAINBOW, but you can use any kind of Sherbet flavor to make punch.
The most common flavors are lime (as we used here), orange, raspberry and lemon.
Common Sherbet Punch Questions
Party Punch Variations
What other sodas fit well with Sherbet punch? In this punch recipe, Sprite is used. 7up or Mountain Dew also make solid lemon lime flavors that compliment this punch.
Can Ginger Ale be used? It can – you can substitute Ginger Ale for the Sprite.
Can Vanilla Ice Cream be used? You could most certainly make Lime Sherbet Floats with the addition of a creamy vanilla ice cream.
What kind of Alcohol can go into Sherbet Punch? Looking for a more adult version for punch? Try adding flavored Rums (Brinly has Lime flavor and Bacardi has Lemon or Orange, Cruzan has a Pineapple) or flavored Vodka like Skinnygirl Tangerine or Absolut Grapefruit.
How many glasses of punch will this recipe make?
This really depends on the size of glasses you serve with your punch. Most people use 6 oz. plastic punch glasses (which accounts for all the way to the top) so serving size is typically 5 oz. in a cup. That means approximately 17 glasses of punch can be served. If you use larger glasses, serves 10-12, 8 oz. servings.
Punch Bowl or Pitcher?
Whatever you have on hand! If you have a super huge pitcher, this works well or simply make in a punch bowl and serve with a ladle.
Is it Sherbert or Sherbet?
The correct spelling and name is Sherbet.
How to make Sherbet Party Punch
Place sherbet in the bottom of a pitcher.
Add Sprite (soda) and half a bottle of pineapple juice. Stir well.
Add maraschino cherries and float citrus slices on top.
Serve punch immediately.