This refreshing, sparkling Christmas sherbet punch recipe is the perfect drink to serve your guests during the holidays! It can be made in both nonalcoholic and alcohol versions that everyone can enjoy!
Whether you are entertaining the whole family or having an adult-only get together, this punch is a fun beverage everyone will love!
I love the festive look of this sherbet punch with it’s gorgeous holiday red color! It’s delicious, beautiful and simple to make.
By the way is it pronounced sherbet or sherbert? I’ve seen it spelled both ways!
So I looked it up and the proper pronunciation is sherbet (“shur-bet”)!
It’s commonly mispronounced and mispelled as sherbert (“shur-bert”). So now we know!
You only need 4 ingredients to make this yummy holiday drink – and it serves a crowd!
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I serve my sherbet punch in a large drink dispenser placed on my bar cart, but you can use a beautiful punch bowl!
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Add it to your kitchen island with some beautiful glasses or on a buffet table in your dining space.
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This holiday punch recipe will definitely make your Christmas party merry!
Christmas Sherbet Punch Recipe
Prep time: 5 minutes
1 gallon Berry Sorbet (raspberry or strawberry or the one I used is gluten free triple berry)
1 gallon cranberry juice, chilled
2L bottle ginger ale, chilled
2L bottle club soda, chilled
Frozen cranberries, optional
For alcoholic version: add 1 bottle (750 ml) of vodka and use 750 less club soda
Directions to make this delicious Christmas punch:
Make sure all the ingredients are very cold. Scoop the sherbet into a large drink dispenser or large punch bowl, then pour in the cranberry juice, ginger ale and club soda and stir gently. If adding vodka, add it last and stir gently.
Add frozen cranberries if desired.
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Here is how I love to serve my Christmas sherbet punch in my glass drink dispenser and my Christmas bar cart set up!
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