This Valentine Punch Recipe literally needs just 3 simple ingredients to make it! If you’re looking for a rainbow sherbet punch that has loads of flavor, you’re going to love this pink punch recipe. It’s perfect for Valentine’s Day and tastes great, too! One of my favorite Valentine’s Day recipes.
This is. a perfect punch recipe for kids and is also great for birthday parties and would make a great punch for a baby shower punch, too. I tend to use this recipe for a ton of stuff and it literally works well with any theme! I love that this punch is kid-friendly.
I love the look of this run rainbow sherbet because it’s bright and makes me happy. And when the taste matches the look, you know it’s a delicious treat!
Valentine Punch Recipe
When I say that this punch recipe is easy…it is. It’s just three simple ingredients and takes less than 5 minutes to make. I love that I can make this recipe up with little to no effort at all.
The kids really love the flavor of this recipe, too. It’s sweet because of the sherbet and foamy because of the added Sprite. All you need is a cool glass or mug to put it in and you’re all set and ready to go!
What other soda can you use with this punch recipe?
I’m a big fan of Sprite but Ginger Ale would work as well. Anything that will go well with the flavor of sherbet should be fine.
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Make it a Meal:
If you haven’t started meal planning yet, you need to start! It’s a super simple way to plan ahead for all the meals during the week!
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Vegetable Side: Easy Hawaiian Baked Beans Recipe
Starch Side: Loaded Mashed Potatoes Recipe
Don’t forget Dessert: Chocolate Covered Cherries Recipe
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Once you make this Valentine’s Day Punch Recipe, you’re going to be craving even more punch recipes! Make these up to quench your thirst easily! They’re all delicious and unique in their own way! You’ll love all these refreshing drinks. These are perfect for Valentine’s Day parties and other celebrations!
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Do you add ice cubes to this punch recipe?
You actually don’t. Since there is sherbet in it to keep it cool, there’s no reason to add ice. If you want, you can but it also might water down the flavor as well.
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- Fun and Simple Red and Blue Punch Recipe for Kids
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Valentine’s Day Punch
This Valentine's Day punch is crazy simple and crazy good, too!
- 1 cup of rainbow sherbet
- ½ cup of fruit punch
- ½ cup of lemon-lime soda
Put scoops of the sherbert into a glass.
Take and pour the fruit punch over the sherbert.
Pour the soda on top to create a foamy look.
Who are you going to sip this punch recipe with?