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Fruity, easy, and flavorful this Valentine’s Sherbet Punch is a fun spiked drink that you can serve at gatherings, with your honey, or just because it is absolutely delicious!

Two glasses of Valentine's Sherbet Punch with mint and raspberries around them.

I’m a huge punch girl, I also like some alcohol from time to time – I will not lie about that! So how about mixing the two and making this Valentine’s Sherbet Punch!

The flavors in this recipe are absolutely amazing and work so well together. I have been in the mood for fruity well before the Christmas season started so I had to share this recipe with you.

I’m a fruit-flavored person all year round and that is why this tasty punch is being shared with you now! Fruit should not be saved for spring and summer!

My favorite part about this punch is the sherbet! It really gives a nice creamy aspect to the drink that you will love and want glass after glass. 

With hints of pineapple, strawberry, and raspberry you cannot go wrong with the flavor combination. It works really well together and pretty much belongs together. 

This is super simple to throw together, and even simpler to drink down. If you are looking for that perfect drink recipe that serves a crowd then this Valentine’s Sherbet Punch is just what you need.

Some of my other favorite drinks we have on our website include: Strawberry Limoncello Slush, Blueberry Lemonade Cocktail and Passion Fruit Margaritas

Overhead of glass of Valentine's Sherbet Punch on white marble board.

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS:

  • Simple and easy-to-find ingredients help this come together quickly.
  • This is all made in one bowl! So easy for parties.
  • You can absolutely double this recipe to serve a larger crowd.

INGREDIENTS NEEDED (FULL RECIPE BELOW):

Strawberry drink mix
Water
Pineapple juice
Rose prosecco
Pineapple sherbet
Pineapple rings, for garnish
Raspberries, for garnish

Ingredients needed to make Valentine's Sherbet Punch.

HOW TO MAKE VALENTINE’S SHERBET PUNCH:

  1. Place the strawberry drink mix into your punch bowl. 
  2. Pour in the water and stir until dissolved. 
  3. Stir in the pineapple juice and prosecco.
  4. Place scoops of the sherbet into the punch bowl. 
  5. Garnish with pineapple rings and raspberries. Serve immediately.

Step by step photos on how to make Valentine's Sherbet Punch.

DO I HAVE TO USE ROSE PROSECCO?

No, any prosecco would taste great in this. Rose really works well in this recipe, it also comes in a sparkling Rose that would really give it some more bubbly as well.

Our favorite brand that we use is Cupcake, but any brand that you want to use is fine!

CAN I MAKE THIS NON-ALCOHOLIC?

Absolutely, if you. want to make this kid-friendly then you can swap out the prosecco with sparkling grape juice. It will still give that nice bubbly feel to it but with no alcohol so everyone can enjoy!

DO I HAVE TO USE PINEAPPLE SHERBET?

We really like the flavor that the pineapple sherbet adds to this punch! Any of your favorite sherbets will work, raspberry, orange, lime, and even rainbow.

You can also use sorbet in place of the sherbet, you can use pineapple, raspberry, or strawberry of that as well. Just have fun with the flavors and use what you like and think tastes great.

CAN I PUNCH UP THE ALCOHOL IN THIS?

Oh yes! If you want to give it a little more boost on the booze then what we like to do alongside the prosecco is add 1 cup of vodka or white rum! 

Very close up of a glass of Valentine's Sherbet Punch with mint leaf in it.

HOW TO STORE:

We do not recommend storing this or making it ahead of time. Combine everything just before serving so it remains chilled and you will still have the bubbly aspect of the prosecco.

Also, you do not want to keep this stored as the prosecco will go flat and you will not have the bubbly punch that we are going for.

TIPS AND TRICKS:

  • Make sure the ingredients are chilled before adding to a punch bowl.
  • You can double this recipe to serve more people.
  • Different flavors of sherbet or even sorbet can be used, see my tips above.
  • This can be made non-alcoholic easily by adding sparkling grape juice in place of the prosecco.
  • You can make this more alcoholic by adding 1 cup of vodka or light rum!

Hand holding up a glass of punch.

Celebrating Valentine’s this year with gal pals or your partner, then you have to make this Valentine’s Sherbet Punch! Super easy, tasty, and fun.

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5 from 4 votes

Valentine's Sherbet Punch

Author Dana at ThisSillyGirlsKitchen.com
Prep: 5 minutes
Cook: 0 minutes
Total: 5 minutes
Fruity, easy and flavorful this Valentine's Sherbet Punch is a fun spiked drink that you can serve at gatherings, with your honey or just because it is absolutely delicious!
Servings 20 servings

Ingredients
  

Instructions

  • Place the strawberry drink mix into your punch bowl.
  • Pour in the water and stir until dissolved.
  • Stir in the pineapple juice and prosecco.
  • Place scoops of the sherbet into the punch bowl.
  • Garnish with pineapple rings and raspberries. Serve immediately.

Notes

  1. Make sure the ingredients are chilled before adding to a punch bowl.
  2. You can double this recipe to serve more people.
  3. Different flavors of sherbet or even sorbet can be used, see my tips above.
  4. This can be made non-alcoholic easily by adding sparkling grape juice in place of the prosecco.
  5. You can make this more alcoholic by adding 1 cup of vodka or light rum!

Nutrition

Calories: 164kcal | Carbohydrates: 30g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 1mg | Sodium: 42mg | Potassium: 187mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 24g | Vitamin A: 35IU | Vitamin C: 8mg | Calcium: 53mg | Iron: 1mg
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Course Drinks
Cuisine American

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