Kids and adults love this pink party punch. It’s easy to make, makes lots, and is refreshing. Plus, it’s a great non-alcoholic beverage for weddings and other special occasions. Make it for a summer party, a bridal shower, or for Valentine’s Day.
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Pink Party Punch Ingredients
If you’re looking for a pink punch for a baby shower, gender reveal, a kid’s Valentine’s Day punch or just something pretty here is what you need for this pink party punch recipe:
- Pink lemonade concentrate. I used two cans of frozen pink lemonade, make sure to thaw beforehand for easy mixing.
- Water. I simply used the frozen juice cans to measure out the water.
- Pineapple juice.
- Diet sprite. This pink punch has enough sugar that I opted to use diet sprite to give it some fizz, but you can use any lemon lime soda. Another option is a bottle of diet ginger ale.
- Lemons. These are for laying slices in the bowl for presentation (and a little extra flavor) and for garnishing cups.
- Berry or raspberry sherbet. Use your favorite pink sherbert or sorbet. I used a triple berry and scooped out raspberry and strawberry sherbert to keep the punch pink and pretty. You can also use sorbet if you want dairy free.
- Ice. Ice will dilute the flavor so add this right before serving.
There is no alcohol in this recipe, so it’s an all-ages beverage but you can serve spirits and sparkling wine/champagne on the side if you’re serving it at a party (it’s good as a mimosa base).
You’ll also need:
Don’t have anything on hand?
A large bowl with a ladle works wonders too (I used a stainless steel bowl after my dispenser broke right after taking these photos, moments before guests arrived).
Events to Serve Pink Punch
If you’re looking for party ideas to serve this nonalcoholic punch recipe, here are a few at the top of my head.
- Grease Parties (think Pink Lady punch)
- Girls Baby Shower. This would be the perfect drink for a shower, especially since there is no booze so the mom-to-be can also enjoy it.
- Gender reveals (you could have one pink punch recipe and one blue)
- Birthday Parties
- Valentine’s Parties
- Spring Events
- Summer BBQs
- Bachelor viewing parties (make swap the soda for prosecco – I will have to do my research on that)
How to Make Pink Punch with Sherbet
The instructions for this refreshing drink are simple:
Add it all together and enjoy!
It doesn’t get any easier than that.
More punch recipes here on Party Food Favorites:
- 2 cans frozen pink lemonade
- 4 cans water
- 1 cup pineapple juice
- 2 liters diet sprite
- 2 lemons, sliced into rings
- 2 cups berry or raspberry sherbet (I used triple berry), you can use sorbet if you want dairy free
- Optional: ice
- In a punch bowl add the pink lemonade, water, pineapple juice, and sprite in a bowl and stir.
- Top with sliced lemons and scoop two cups of the sherbert over the top. You can let the sherbert sit on top of mix it all together.
- Add ice to keep it cold.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 18 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 82Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 17mgCarbohydrates: 21gFiber: 1gSugar: 18gProtein: 0g