St. Patrick’s Day Punch

Only 3 ingredients to make this delicious St. Patrick’s Day Punch! You can easily change the flavors for other special occasions, maybe pink for a baby shower or Easter.

Only 3 ingredients to make this delicious St. Patrick's Day Punch! Change the flavors for other special occasions! Pin to your Recipe Board!

There are lots of fun St. Patrick’s Day Drinks around, a couple of my favorites…Shamrock Shake and Irish Cream Pie Shake, but I’ll have to say…this St. Patrick’s Day Punch just might be a new favorite!

I remember growing up and my Mom used to always serve punch at gatherings and for the holidays. Punch is inexpensive and a little goes a long way. Soda can get expensive, and the kiddos usually end up wasting a half a can or more.

This punch is made with only 3 ingredients, and even though we are sharing it for St. Patrick’s Day, I think it would make a refreshing addition to your Easter buffet, Spring Party or even a maybe shower. We used Lime Sherbet, but if you want a different color or flavor just substitute.

St. Patrick's Day Punch

Now of course, this punch is kid friendly, with no alcohol, but for the adult crowd you could certainly add vodka.

St. Patrick's Day Punch

Add the pineapple juice and ginger ale to the bowl, then add scoop of lime sherbet on top. I used a regular size ice cream scoop for the bowl, and a small cookie dough scoop for the glasses.

It’s best to put together the punch right before serving. The ginger ale will lose it’s fizz after a bit, but it still tastes fine.

Only 3 ingredients to make this delicious St. Patrick's Day Punch! Change the flavors for other special occasions! Pin to your Recipe Board!

You can also serve the Party Punch in individual glasses. Fill the glass about 1/2 full with pineapple juice, then fill almost to the top with ginger ale. Add lime sherbet on top.

The St. Patrick’s Day Drink Flags are printables from our St. Patrick’s Day Party, they are free, head on over and grab them!

St. Patrick's Day Punch

To add a festive touch, we added gold and green beads, plastic shamrocks, leprechaun hats and gold coins.

St. Patrick's Day Punch

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St. Patrick's Day Punch
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Refreshing drink to serve at your next party.
Recipe type: Drinks
Serves: 15-20 glasses
  • 1 container -2 quarts Lime Sherbet
  • 1 (46 oz) can Pineapple Juice
  • 1 (2 liter) bottle Ginger Ale
  1. Add pineapple juice to bowl
  2. Add ginger ale
  3. Add scoops of lime sherbet
You can easily change the sherbet flavor for any party.

Only 3 ingredients to make this delicious St. Patrick's Day Punch! Change the flavors for other special occasions!

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  1. I'm allergic to pineapple. Could I use apple juice or orange juice instead???
  2. How many serving would you say this makes? I'm supposed to bring St. Patrick's Day punch to work on Monday to serve 12 people. Would this be enough? Thanks for the recipe!!! Jenni recently posted..Gorgeous Spring DaysMy Profile
  3. Oh my - this sounds sooo yummy! I love to surprise my family with a new punch recipe...this is next!
  4. I'm having a party at work for about 80 people how much do I need.
    • Hi Geri, depending on how large the glasses are, this recipe will serve about 15-20. I'd buy extra just in case, I always like having more than run out. And the ingredients will keep very easily. ~Liz
  5. How festive!!! Pinning to my St. Patrick's Day board right now :) Lori Who Needs A Cape? recently posted..Goulash with Peperoncini’sMy Profile
  6. Hi! Just wondering how long this recipe holds its 'fizz' after being made. If I make a large punch bowl of it, will it still be fizzy for a while?
    • Hi Jill, it will taste fine for a couple hours with some fizz. You could also add a little more GingerAle to each glass as you are serving. Also, when you add the sherbet is does take some of the fizz out. Hope that helps.
  7. This punch looks delicious!! My kids love it when we make punch for our homeschool parties, I have never thought to add Pineapple juice though. Sharing with my follower! Thanks for linking up with Inspire Me Monday. Have a great week!!
  8. Great non alcohol punch for the kiddies! Thanks for linking up to Merry Monday! Sharing on G+! Have a great week! Kim Kim~madeinaday recently posted..My Favorite Seafood Salad RecipeMy Profile

  9. I love doing little dinners or parties at home with my kids for each holiday. This is a perfect no-fuss kinda treat that we need :) What a great idea and I love that you can use any juice you want. Thanks for sharing at #HomeMattersParty We look forward to seeing your link up next week!


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