Whip up a batch of this Spring Party Punch for your next party! Only 3 simple ingredients are needed for this incredibly easy and delicious punch recipe, not to mention budget friendly, too.
Spring is just around the corner! This Spring Punch is perfect for any day of the week. This would be a fantastic drink to add to your Easter celebration or even a Spring Party, just for fun! This also makes a wonderful after school treat to enjoy on the patio as the days get warmer and longer.
This recipe is similar to our popular St. Patrick’s Day Punch. You can easily change the flavors of this punch recipe to fit your party. Maybe pink for a baby shower or a birthday party.
This Spring Party Punch requires only three simple ingredients; sherbet, juice and ginger ale. To create this delectable drink, you can do it one of two ways, individual glasses or a singular pitcher. If you are hosting a party or a crowd, the punch can easily be mixed and served in a punch bowl. My Mom’s glass punch bowl is a treasured piece of mine.
To make in individual glasses, simply put a scoop of sherbet in the bottom of a small glass. Fill each glass 3/4 of the way full of pineapple juice.
Top off each glass with Ginger Ale, add a cute straw and serve! You can also use the same concept in a pitcher, layering the sherbet, juice, and Ginger Ale.
You may also substitute a carbonated lemon-lime soda instead of Ginger Ale, if you prefer.
This punch recipe is so simple, you really can’t go wrong with these three yummy ingredients! Pair this Spring Punch with these super cute and delicious Lemon Chick Peeper Cookies for a special treat, a Garden Party, or any other occasion you want to celebrate. Everyone will be smiling from ear to ear after just one sip!
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- 1 container (1 quart) Orange Sherbet or your favorite flavor
- 1 (46 oz) can Pineapple Juice
- 1 (2 liter) bottle Ginger Ale or lemon-lime soda
- Add one scoop of sherbet to a small glass.
- Fill glass ¾ full with pineapple juice.
- Top with Ginger Ale and serve.
- Scoop ice cream into the pitcher.
- Fill ¾ full of pineapple juice.
- Add Ginger Ale to fill the pitcher.
- Pour into glasses and serve.
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