Looking for a perfect party punch for kids an adult alike? 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 with Sprite
✔ 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, Lime 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.
- 48 oz., lime sherbet
- 1 liter Sprite (alternatives are 7up, Mountain Dew or Ginger Ale)
- 1 container, 46 oz. pineapple juice (only use half for the recipe)
- 1 jar, 4 oz. maraschino cherries, juice drained
- 1 lemon, sliced
- 1 lime, sliced
- 1 large pitcher or punch bowl, 88 oz.
Note: ALL INGREDIENTS SHOULD BE CHILLED PRIOR TO MAKING PUNCH FOR BEST RESULTS
Common Sherbet Punch Questions
- 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.
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 you use other kinds of Sherbet? Absolutely! I would suggest Raspberry or Orange Sherbet to pair up with lime – provides pretty colors and awesome kid friendly flavors.
- 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 to make Sherbet Party Punch
Place lime sherbet in the bottom of a pitcher.
Add Sprite (soda) and half a bottle of pineapple juice. Stir well.
Add cherries and float citrus slices on top.
- 48 oz. container, lime sherbet
- 1 liter Sprite
- 1 container, 46 oz. pineapple juice
- 1 jar, 4 oz. maraschino cherries, drained
- 1 lemon, sliced
- 1 lime, sliced
- 1 large pitcher or punch bowl (holding 88 oz.)
- Place lime sherbet in the bottom of a pitcher or punch bowl.
- Add Sprite and half a bottle of pineapple juice (approximately 23 oz.)
- Stir together well.
- Add drained maraschino cherries and float citrus slices (lime and lemon) on top.
- Serve punch immediately.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 335Total Fat: 2gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 1mgSodium: 73mgCarbohydrates: 79gFiber: 2gSugar: 67gProtein: 2g
Nutritional information is automatically calculated with ingredients and serving size and may not be accurate. Please always double check with your own nutritional apps as well.