This fun, fruity, Italian Soda Sherbet Punch brings a twist on a classic drink with a scoop of sherbet and bubbly Sprite. A perfect treat for Valentine’s Day.
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Sherbet Punch + Italian Soda
I tend to have two go-to drinks for gatherings.
Italian soda and sherbet punch. What could be better than combining the two?
This combination is so simple, but so tasty!
It has a lot of flavor and is really easy to make.You can whip up a big patch to serve at a party or gathering. Or, do as we did, and make this as a fun Valentine’s day treat for after school.
You can mix and match different food coloring and sherbet flavors for a unique combination that matches your gathering.
Like add lime sherbet and blue food coloring if you’re cheering on the Seahawks!
We topped off this Italian Soda / Punch by adding a few fun Valentine’s candy tossed on top that really adds to the fun of this darling punch.
This orange sherbet punch creates a frothy creamy foam that helps to prop up the candies for a little while, but they won’t float forever so let your guests add those as an after thought.
They can’t be sucked up with a straw, but you can drink them up from the side of the glass!
Serve it for a group, share it with your kids, or just make up a special glass for 2 this Valentine’s Day!
Then add paper straws for an extra special touch! You can find them in such a wide variety of colors with stripes, polka dots, and other designs to choose from.
Italian Soda Sherbet Punch
Italian Soda Sherbet Punch Drink
This fun, fruity, Sherbet Italian Soda Punch brings a twist on classic drink with a scoop of sherbet and bubbly Sprite. A perfect treat for Valentine's Day.
- 1 cup Sprite
- 2 drops Red food coloring
- 2 tsp Half & half
- 1/2 cup Orange sherbet
- Valentine's candy (optional)
- Combine sprite and food coloring into a mixing cup. Stir gently to blend the food coloring.
- Add half and half, stir gently.
- Pour into your 2 individual glasses, leaving room at the top for sherbet.
- Scoop sherbet and add to the top of your drink.
- Place a few Valentine's day candies, if desired.
Amount Per Serving: Cholesterol: 3mgSodium: 42mgCarbohydrates: 24.2gFiber: .5gSugar: 21.7gProtein: .6g
This is a cute drink, and it’s perfect for Valentine’s day. I think my family will love it.
What a fun idea. Would be great for the Valentine dinner we do each year with our kids.
Audrey McClelland says
That looks so good. I love punch like this. In fact, when we have kids’ parties, I make a punch very similar to this.
That’s adorable and it’s alcohol free so the kids can have it! I was expecting an alcoholic drink so it was a pleasant surprise. How festive.
This is an awesome idea, my daughter have a party coming soon and I’m going to try this recipe. Thanks
Debra Needles says
What a fun idea! Thanks for sharing with us at Funtastic Friday!
I love fun drinks like this. Thanks for sharing at the Monday Funday Party. – Emily
Micah | Home Faith Family says
I love how easy this recipe is! Thank you for sharing, I’ll definitely be pinning for later. Have a happy day, friend.
I’m sure this is a great crowd pleaser! I’d love for you to share over at a new party called Let’s Party https://themarkandjanshow.com/2018/02/07/lets-party-7/ … we look forward to seeing you there!