Party Punch

2013 is around the corner… as in, 2 DAYS around the corner! Can you believe it?!

This also means New Years Eve is tomorrow, which also means many of you are either hosting party or going to a party. This Party Punch is a recipe that comes from my grandma. It is simple, basic and a people pleaser!

This was one of the many yummy drinks that made it into the rotation for our holiday family get togethers. The sherbet adds such a great touch to this fruity and bubbly drink. It would make a great addition to your next party!

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Party Punch
 
Only 3 ingredients! It is simple, delicious and a crowd pleaser!
Ingredients
  • 1 gallon Fruit Punch
  • 2 liters 7-Up
  • ½ gallon raspberry sherbet
Instructions
  1. In a large punch bowl, pour the fruit punch and 7-up.
  2. Using and ice cream scoop, scoop out balls of raspberry sherbet and place into punch bowl until none remains.

Enjoy!


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  1. Holly

    This looks so yummy. I’ve had punch like this before but with different flavors. I’m so tempted to try this! Do you think alcohol could be added? If so, what kind do you think would be best? Just something to make it a little more grown up. Maybe something to add to the fruityness.

    I love your blog, btw! Love seeing your posts on FB too. I sometimes forget to check the actual blogs…so it’s nice to see updates posted on FB.

  2. Lynn

    I would also like to know how many servings this makes. Planning to make it and want to make sure I have enough!!

  3. Wanda

    I’m getting married in December 2013 nd love this idea. But I was wondering if it would taste great if all I did was the fruit punch and 7-up and no raspberry sherbet ? Trying to keep it real simple and just as a drink. i love the color it would go great with all the differant kind of orchid pinks i have for my wedding. Please let me know when you can. Thank u God bless

  4. Kim

    I use diet orange soda and the Light Hawaiian Punch. My dad is diabetic and he can drink the punch too now that I made the switch.