Raspberry Sherbet Party Punch

This Sherbet Party Punch is perfect for potlucks, baby showers & Valentines Day! @natashaskitchen

This party punch is so pretty and refreshing. It is perfect for baby showers, church potlucks, Valentines day parties and family get-togethers.

It’s a showy punch and your guests will be intrigued by the fizz, colorful floating fruit and sherbet of course. My sister Sveta frequently brings her version of this sherbet punch to parties and it’s always a hit.

You can easily cut the entire recipe in half for a smaller crowd. It is simple to assemble and you can pre-scoop and freeze your ice cream balls in advance – remember that Instagram post I shared? This is what the ice cream was for! 🙂 

This Sherbet Party Punch is perfect for potlucks, baby showers & Valentines Day! @natashaskitchen

Raspberry Party Punch Ingredients:

2 Liter Bottle Sierra Mist, Sprite or 7-up, chilled
2 Liter Bottle Club Soda, chilled
1 Fruit punch can (12oz), or pink lemonade, thawed in the fridge (*see note)
1 Pineapple juice can (12oz), thawed in the fridge (*see note)
6-8 scoops Raspberry Sherbet Ice cream, or any flavor you have available

*note: if you can’t find fruit punch or pineapple juice, then 2 cans pink lemonade will work well also. 

For Garnish (optional, but so pretty!):

Fresh or frozen raspberries for garnish
Pineapple slices for garnish (canned or fresh)

This Sherbet Party Punch is perfect for potlucks, baby showers & Valentines Day! @natashaskitchen

How to Make Raspberry Sorbet Party Punch:

1. Pre-scoop ice cream and place on a baking dish lined with plastic wrap. Freeze and add ice cream just before serving so it remains frozen in the punch.

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2. In a punch bowl, combine: 2 juice cans. Pour in Sierra Mist and Club Soda and gently stir until combined.

This Sherbet Party Punch is perfect for potlucks, baby showers & Valentines Day! @natashaskitchen

3. Add pineapple slices and raspberries if using and top with scooped sherbert just before serving. The ice cream will keep it chilled. Add cold water or ice if desired to control how sweet your punch is.

Note: once the ice cream melts, the punch will be sweeter.

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This Sherbet Party Punch is perfect for potlucks, baby showers & Valentines Day! @natashaskitchen

This Sherbet Party Punch is perfect for potlucks, baby showers & Valentines Day! @natashaskitchen

Credits: This punch is based on my sister Sveta’s sherbet punch. Inspiration for adding pineapple & pineapple juice from the Chic Site. Thank you ladies for sharing! 🙂

Raspberry Sherbet Party Punch

4.9 from 13 reviews
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This punch is perfect for parties. It's a showy punch and your guests will be intrigued by the fizz, colorful floating fruit and sherbet of course.
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Skill Level: Easy
Cost To Make: $8-$12
Serving: 18-20 cups

Ingredients

Raspberry Punch Ingredients:

  • 2 Liter Bottle Sierra Mist, Sprite or 7-up, chilled
  • 2 Liter Bottle Club Soda, chilled
  • 1 Fruit punch can(12oz), or pink lemonade, thawed in the fridge
  • 1 Pineapple juice can (12oz), thawed in the fridge
  • 6-8 scoops Raspberry Sherbet Ice cream, or any flavor you have available

For Garnish (optional, but so pretty!):

  • Fresh or frozen raspberries for garnish
  • Pineapple slices for garnish (canned or fresh)

Instructions

  1. Pre-scoop ice cream and place on a baking dish lined with plastic wrap. Freeze and add ice cream just before serving so it remains frozen in the punch.
  2. In a punch bowl, combine: 2 juice cans. Pour in Sierra Mist and Club Soda and gently stir until combined.
  3. Add pineapple slices and raspberries if using and top with scooped sherbet just before serving. The ice cream will keep it chilled.

Notes

Add cold water or ice if desired to control how sweet your punch is. Also, keep in mind, once the ice cream is added, the punch will be sweeter.

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This Sherbet Party Punch is perfect for potlucks, baby showers & Valentines Day! @natashaskitchen
♥ FAVORITE THINGS ♥
Shown in this post: (nope, no one paid us to write this; just stuff we love):
* Our favorite scooper is this 2-inch Disher from Hamilton Beach
* A Pyrex muffin tin is perfect for holding perfect scoops of icecream.
* These stemless wine glasses are so pretty for serving punch.

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  • Mary Lou Vaskus
    November 15, 2016

    I love this recipe! I made it for the first time this weekend at my daughters sprinkle. I got Raspberry Vodka that Stefanie Berger recommended and kept it on the side for adults. I also made an ice mold with ginger ale and some raspberries which helped to keep it really cold for a long time. I used ginger ale because I didn’t have any of the other sodas left but it turned out beautifully!!! Also used canned crushed pineapple instead of the rings. Reply

    • Natasha
      natashaskitchen
      November 15, 2016

      Thank you for such a nice review, I’m so happy to hear that 😀. Reply

  • Lucille
    October 25, 2016

    Do you use the water that is called for , to the frozen juice. Reply

    • Natasha
      natashaskitchen
      October 25, 2016

      Lucille, I don’t add the water. Reply

  • Hill
    October 23, 2016

    Hi! This recipe sounds great! I was at the grocery store last night looking for the ingredients. They did not have any frozen canned fruit punch or pineapple juice. Would it be OK to use the regular 64 oz non-frozen/non-concentrated containers of fruit punch and pineapple juice? If so, how much? If no, then would it be better to use the 2 cans of frozen pink lemonade instead? Any help is appreciated! Thank you! Reply

    • Natasha
      natashaskitchen
      October 23, 2016

      Hi Hill, you could use 2 frozen pink lemonade cans or 1 lemonade and another frozen juice flavor variety. Using the non-conentrated juice would water down your punch since the proportion of fizzy liquid with regular juice would be altered. Enjoy! Reply

  • Jasmine
    July 1, 2016

    Just wondering if the fruit juices were those frozen concentrated fruit juices? Reply

    • Natasha
      natashaskitchen
      July 1, 2016

      Hi Jasmine, yes they were frozen and I thawed them in the refrigerator. Reply

      • Judy
        May 11, 2017

        What size are the pineapple and fruit punch? Reply

        • Natasha
          natashaskitchen
          May 11, 2017

          Judy, fruit punch in the can is 12oz and a medium pineapple. Hope this helps 😀 Reply

          • Judy
            May 11, 2017

            My pink lemonade is a 12oz. Concentrated frozen can and I have a large can of pineapple juice. Can I just use 12ozes. Of my pineapple juice?

          • Natasha
            natashaskitchen
            May 11, 2017

            Judy that should work just fine 😀

  • Shalei wilkinson
    June 16, 2016

    Would a beverage dispenser work instead of a punch bowl? Reply

    • Natasha
      natashaskitchen
      June 16, 2016

      Hi Shalei, yes that would work, you just wouldn’t be able to get the pretty fruit and ice cream into the glasses but it definitely would still work 🙂 Reply

      • shalei wilkinson
        June 16, 2016

        I forgot to mention my dispenser is a 3 gallon so would i double the recipe or triple it? Reply

        • Natasha
          natashaskitchen
          June 16, 2016

          I would double it 🙂 Reply

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