Valentine’s Day is coming up, and it’s the perfect time to add a special drink to your family’s celebration!  I mentioned a few weeks ago that my siblings and I gave a party to celebrate our parents’ 50th anniversary, and we made this punch as one of the beverages. It was a big hit, and such a pretty addition to the beverage table.

punch with icecream, Punch with Vanilla Ice-Cream, Joyful Homemaking

punch with icecream, Punch with Vanilla Ice-Cream, Joyful Homemaking

This punch is extremely simple to make with only three ingredients, and easily interchangeable if you prefer different flavors of punch, or sherbert instead of ice cream.

punch with icecream, Punch with Vanilla Ice-Cream, Joyful Homemaking

INGREDIENTS:

  • 64 ounces of fruit punch flavored Hawaiian Punch
  • 1 two liter bottle of 7up, ginger ale or sprite
  • Vanilla ice cream (my favorite), but you could use a fruit flavored or rainbow sherbert

punch with icecream, Punch with Vanilla Ice-Cream, Joyful Homemaking

INSTRUCTIONS:

  • If you have a large enough bowl, add both the punch and soda, but if your bowl is too small for all of it, just add equal parts of both.
  • Then just give it a stir, and add enough scoops of vanilla ice cream to cover the top.  Ladle it out into wide mouth cups.

punch with icecream, Punch with Vanilla Ice-Cream, Joyful Homemaking

This should serve around 20 people depending on the serving sizes.

punch with icecream, Punch with Vanilla Ice-Cream, Joyful Homemaking

punch with icecream, Punch with Vanilla Ice-Cream, Joyful Homemaking
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Holiday Punch

Course Beverage
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 20
Author Joyful Homemaking

Ingredients

  • 64 ounces of fruit punch flavored Hawaiian Punch
  • 1 two liter bottle of 7up (ginger ale or sprite)
  • Vanilla ice cream (my favorite, but you could use a fruit flavored or rainbow sherbert)

Instructions

  • If you have a large enough bowl, add both the punch and soda, but if your bowl is too small for all of it, just add equal parts of both.
  • Then just give it a stir, and add enough scoops of vanilla ice cream to cover the top.

punch with icecream, Punch with Vanilla Ice-Cream, Joyful Homemaking

This punch is such a yummy, pretty and fun addition to make any meal or celebration a little more special!

punch with icecream, Punch with Vanilla Ice-Cream, Joyful HomemakingHope you enjoy!

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15 Comments

  1. This looks delicious! I’ve made a punch like this for years except instead of the 7-Up, I used pineapple juice. Next time I make it, I’m trying the 7-Up!

    1. Punch does seem to make a party more special doesn’t it, and I love the pretty color too! Thanks for stopping by!! 🙂

  2. This sounds fantastic!

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  3. This punch is sooooo pretty. I love serving it to my family and will be making this at our next gathering. Thanks much for sharing at Weekend Potluck. We’d love it if you’d link back to the party in your post. =)

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