For our party this weekend, I made my mom's raspberry lemonade punch. I remember being so excited when I was a child whenever my mom made it for a party. Now it is a favorite of mine to serve.
It is super easy to make – just lemonade, sprite, sherbert and frozen berries.
You can't really mess it up. Make it with orange juice and orange sherbert for a dreamsicle flavor. Or just plain lemonade and strawberries for a strawberry punch.
My favorite way to make this recipe is with raspberry lemonade. It was such a hit at our party this weekend. I loved seeing so many Aladdin glasses full of punch. I also used a chalkboard place card from DaySpring's new Daily Grace line.
You definitely want to serve this in a punch bowl because if you use a dispenser, the fruit and sherbet will get caught in the spout – not that I have ever done that! 😉 Learn from my mistakes.
Your guests will love this raspberry lemonade punch at your next gathering or party!
Raspberry Lemonade Punch
1 2-liter bottle of Sprite
1 can of frozen raspberry lemonade
1 container of raspberry sherbet
1 bag of frozen raspberries
Mix raspberry lemonade according to can directions.
Pour the lemonade into punch bowl.
Add sprite, then sherbet. (It is helpful to soften the sherbet before adding to the punch. Let it sit for a while before you're ready to start making this.) Break sherbet up a bit with a spoon to create foam.
Sprinkle in frozen raspberries. Then serve!
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Ohhh yum, this looks delicious and so refreshing!
Looks so cute in the mason jar glasses, I am sure it was a hit ! Yum
Val Garland says
I’m going to make this for a large wedding shower this Sat. March 15th. There will be 75 to 100 people there. Where can you buy raspberry lemon aide? We live in a small town in Arkansas. Wal Mart and Harps do not have it. Any ideas? Could I just add some raspberry kool aide?
This looks so delicious & the sherbert is a genius idea! Thanks so much for sharing! I’m visiting from Wonderful Wednesday blog hop.
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This recipe looks so delicious! Hi, I’m Anita visiting from Full Plate Thursday.
Miz Helen says
I love Raspberries and will love this punch, it is fabulous! Hope you are having a great day and thanks so much for sharing your awesome post with Full Plate Thursday.
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Pattie @ Olla-Podrida says
Wow! Does this look delicious, as I’m sure it is. I’ll be trying it this summer. It would be a wonderful addition to a book club luncheon.
Looks great! And so glad to “meet” you on craft schooling sunday thanks for sharing.
Talent Hounds says
Love how it looks almost fluffy and mouse like. Stopping by from the Inspire Me Monday hop, come say hi!
Celeste @The Whole Serving says
Raspberry on Raspberry this looks so delicious and refreshing.
This looks really delicious.
Miz Helen says
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Lou Lou Girls says
I’m loving this! Pinned and tweeted! I always love your creations, thanks for sharing this with us! I hope to see you tonight at 7 pm. Lou Lou Girls
What a pretty and delicious looking punch!
This looks tasty and fun. Pinning
This looks so delicious!
I have the same punch bowl. The punch looks great.
Have a great Easter
Susan @ Craftingafamily.com
YUM! A delicious, non alcoholic drink! Plus, it has lemonade! Thanks for the recipe!
Roseann Hampton says
What a great mix of flavors!
Everyone needs a good punch recipe from time to time and yours sounds fabulous! Pinned to share. Thanks for sharing with us at Snickerdoodle!
Gentle Joy Homemaker says
We have had this at a party… it is delicious and packs a great visual “punch”! 🙂
Hi, I love raspberries and this would be perfect for the summer. Is sherbet like a sorbet? As I’ve not seen anything similar in the UK thanks, Chloe #inspiremelinky
Yum – this sounds amazing! Pinning to try for my next party. 🙂
That so pretty!
This sounds delicious. I grew up mixing fruit punch and 7-up and this kind of reminds me of mixing juice with soda. So yummy! Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday. Pinned.
Oh my, this looks so good! I bet it was a party hit! Thank you for sharing at the Friday Favorites linky party 🙂
I bet this is pretty delicious! 🙂
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This is great! I’m going to add it to my LET’S HAVE DRINKS board on pinterest! If you have any more drink recipes let me know and I’ll add you as a collaborator!
What a great punch recipe! Sounds easy and delicious! Thanks for linking up for Friday Favorites. I’m featuring you this week.
I love raspberries and this recipe looks so delicious! Thanks for sharing it with us!
Have a wonderful weekend,
My brother just found out he’s having a girl (his first baby) this punch will be perfect for the shower. Thanks for linking up to last weeks Creative K Kids’ Tasty Tuesday! If you haven’t already, don’t forget to link up to this weeks party!