An Easy Punch for St. Patrick’s Day

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Are you planning to have a St Patrick’s Day party or celebration? Here is an easy punch recipe that you can make to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

This is simple enough that the kids can join in and help. It is also perfect for many other occasions like baby and bridal showers as well as birthday parties.

St Patrick Day Crafts how to make green punch


  • 1 (2 lt) of Ginger Ale (or lemon lime soda)
  • 1 qt container of lime sherbet
  • 2-4 cups ice

Take a large punch bowl or kitchen bowl and add 2-4 cups of ice to it.

Slowly pour in the Ginger Ale.

ginger ale

Use a small-medium melon ball scooper and scoop the sherbet into the punch bowl on ball at a time.

The Ginger Ale will start to fizz as you add the sherbet.

lime sherbert

As you add the sherbet, it will slowly start to melt and change the color of the Ginger Ale.

Stir it a little with a ladle or spoon.

how to make lime sherbert punch

Before you know it, the punch will be completely green.

lime green punch

Use a ladle to fill punch glasses or cups.

Make sure you get a couple of scoops of the sherbet balls into each cup.

st patricks day party

You can easily throw a St. Patrick’s Day party by adding some sweets and maybe some yummy mini pizza bites.

St Patrick Day Crafts green punch


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For another version of this punch using Sprite, hop over to my friend Sherri’s blog and check out her St. Patrick’s Day Punch recipe.

An Easy Punch for St. Patrick’s Day

An Easy Punch for St. Patrick’s Day

Make u some green punch for St. Patty's day that uses just 3 ingredients!


  • 1 (2 lt) of Ginger Ale (or lemon lime soda)
  • 1 qt container of lime sherbet
  • 2-4 cups ice


  1. Using a punch bow or a big mixing bowl add the ice you need.
  2. Add the ginger ale, but don't pour too fast so it doesn't bubble up.
  3. Scoop in the lime sherbet using an ice cream scoop or large spoon.
  4. Stir and serve!


  1. This looks like a fun and easy treat to serve the kids on St. Pat’s Day!

    1. My kids loved this punch. There was even enough left for us to have some with dinner. 🙂

  2. Yum! Thanks for linking this up in my St. Patrick’s Day linky! We LOVE sherbet punches! xoxo SusieQTpies

  3. Good Morning,
    Thank you so much for sharing your awesome recipe with Full Plate Thursday. Hope you have a lovely week and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

  4. Yum! Ginger Ale and Sherbet are two of my favorites so this is coming just in time to get our st.paddies menu! Thanks for sharing and thanks for linking up with us at Tell Me About It Tuesday! I hope you hop over again next week.

  5. This sound delicious and it is really festive!
    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

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  7. This sounds so yummy! Thank you for linking up with Happy Hearts & Homes, I hope to see you again this week.

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