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Delicious Holiday Raspberry Sherbet Punch Non Alcoholic

Delicious Holiday Raspberry Sherbet Punch is one of the party favorites that I remember as a child growing up.  My family always had a punch bowl full of bubbly punch at every party. At Thanksgiving dinner, this Christmas punch recipe was the holiday punch recipe that was always in the traditional punch bowl. 

Holiday gatherings and Thanksgiving dinners are incomplete without a large punch bowl filled with a delicious Thanksgiving punch recipe. My family’s traditional Delicious Holiday Raspberry Sherbet Punch is a non-alcoholic punch so that everyone can enjoy. Made with simple ingredients, ginger ale, orange juice, pineapple juice, frozen lemonade, and raspberry sorbet. it’s a holiday punch recipe that’s as easy to make as it is to love.

The best thing about this recipe fizzy bubbles make this a festive drink the perfect Thanksgiving punch. It has all the favorite flavors of the holidays and the bright red color is perfect for any time of the year. It is the perfect compliment to all the good food at the Thanksgiving meal. It also sets the stage for the Christmas season to come. 

A great recipe for a crowd-pleasing beverage is a must when planning holiday parties. This holiday punch recipe, ideal for both Thanksgiving dinner and Christmas punch recipe is an example of how simple ingredients can create something truly memorable. 

If you have a lot of little ones at your holiday parties this punch is a fun drink and a great alternative to all the Thanksgiving cocktails. It looks so fancy and the kids will think they are all grown up. 

Delicious Holiday Raspberry Sherbet Punch Non Alcoholic frosted white punch bowl with matching punch cups no punch inside

Thanksgiving & Christmas with the Family Large Punch Bowl

My mother and her sister in the late 1940s purchased together matching Christmas Punch Bowls. I looked forward to every Christmas celebration seeing the beautiful frosted glass punch bowl with the bright holiday design. I was so happy when it was passed down to me. I have carried on the tradition in our family of serving punch at Thanksgiving and Christmas parties and love to bring out the family heirloom punch bowl.

Punch bowls are coming back in style just as fast as the mid-mod furniture is exploding. If you did not get a punch bowl for a shower or wedding present you can buy modest prices at any store, and here is a collection of beautiful ones for you to try out.

Delicious Thanksgiving Punch Recipes

My mother was very active in our local church women’s group.  Our church’s women’s group has been a vibrant community for more than two centuries.  The Women’s Guild were always the hostesses at all the big Church functions for Thanksgiving and Christmas. 

One of the staples of every celebration was the Woman’s Guild Raspberry Sherbet Punch. For as long as I can remember after every Christmas program they always served this delicious light and fluffy raspberry sherbet punch.

Delicious Holiday Raspberry Sherbet Punch Non Alcoholic three picture top left the holy designed punch bowl no punch top right a punch cup with red raspberry sherbert thanksgiving punch close up and bottom the filled punch bowl.

The recipe was one of the easy punch recipes and was a fun drink for the kids to watch being made.  The key is to get all of the ingredients in the punch bowl and pour the ginger ale over the scooped sherbet at the last moment.   

Holiday Raspberry Sherbet Punch Tips

  • Feel free to experiment with the flavors of the season. This is the beauty of a non-alcoholic drink punch as you have many options. 
  • I have made this punch in a pinch with whatever I had on hand.  
  • You can substitute cranberry juice, pomegranate juice, cranberry ginger ale, or any fruit juice.
  • Add orange slices or fresh cranberries.
  • Lemon-lime soda will substitute for orange juice. 
  • Try any flavor of sherbert. 
  • I always make an ice ring in a jello mold ring with water and an additional package of frozen raspberries. (you can use pineapple or blood orange slices in the ice ring)
  • Make the Ice ring at least 2 days before your family celebration to get frozen solid. 
Delicious Holiday Raspberry Sherbet Punch Non Alcoholic top view of the punch and sherbet in the christmas holly designed punch bowl.

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Delicious Holiday Raspberry Sherbet Punch Non Alcoholic three pictures top left the punch bowl filled with punch pouring in the cranberry ginger ale top right the empty punch bowl set with 3 cups bottom close up of one of the cups with 2 holy leave and one cranbery

Ingredients for Delicious Holiday Raspberry Sherbet Punch Non-Alcoholic

  • Frozen Raspberries
  • Orange Juice
  • Frozen Lemonade
  • Pineapple Juice
  • Ginger Ale (sugar or no sugar)
  • Raspberry Sherbert
  • Ice Ring

How to Make Thanksgiving or Christmas Raspberry Sherbet Punch

  1. First, two days before your dinner make the ice ring out of a ring jello mold with water and frozen raspberries. Put in the freezer to harden.
  2. On the day of your party right when the guests have arrived add to the large punch bowl the frozen raspberries, orange juice, frozen lemonade concentrate, and pineapple juice. 
  3. Next, school the sherbert with an ice cream scoop into the punch bowl.
  4. Next, pour the ginger ale over the mixture and the sherbert and watch the bubbles start. 
  5. Last, unmold the ice ring and gently place it under the bubbles in the large punch bowl. 
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punch bowl with raspberry sherbet punch ginger ale pouring over the sherbet

Delicious Holiday Raspberry Punch Non Alcoholic


Description

Inspired by Women From The Church in Aurora


Ingredients

Units Scale
  • 2 packages of Frozen Raspberries
  • 3 cups Orange Juice
  • 1 can of Frozen Lemonade (thawed somewhat do not add water)
  • 3 cups Pineapple Juice
  • 2 quarts Ginger Ale (I just the liter bottles)
  • 1 quart Raspberry Sherbet
  • Ice Ring if desired

Instructions

Two days before I serve the punch

  1. two days before your dinner make the ice ring out of a ring jello mold with water and frozen raspberries. Put in the freezer to harden.

On the day of the party right after the guests arrive:

  1. On the day of your party right when the guests have arrived add to the large punch bowl the frozen raspberries, orange juice, frozen lemonade concentrate, and pineapple juice. 
  2. Next, school the sherbert with an ice cream scoop into the punch bowl.
  3. Next, pour the ginger ale over the mixture and the sherbert and watch the bubbles start. 
  4. Last, unmold the ice ring and gently place it under the bubbles in the large punch bowl. 
  5. Serve right away.

Notes

  • This recipe is for a large punch bowl. If you have a smaller one like my holy bowl make half.
  • I have also used Cranberry Ginger Ale, and you can use regular or diet.

Keywords: Raspberry Sherbet Party Punch

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6 Comments

  1. Oh, how I remember this punch being served at every church gathering! It’s kind of sad that I don’t see it too often anymore…it surely was a tasty drink, no matter what the occasion! Thanks for linking up on Friday Frenzy! Faith, Hope, Love, & Luck – Colleen

    1. Thank you so much. Our church had punch after our choir service this Christmas. I have so many fond memories of this punch.

  2. My great aunt served a sherbert party punch every Christmas Even and it’s something I’ve been wanting to bring back! This looks perfect and very fun. Love your punch bowl set, too. Thanks for linking up to the Friday Frenzy!

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