Halloween Orange Sherbet Punch
Whip up a big pitcher or bowl of this colorful, sweet and bubbly 3-ingredient Halloween Orange Sherbet Punch that will surely impress many of your guests!
If you enjoy fruity drinks, then this Halloween Orange Sherbet Punch is the perfect drink for you. I love frizzy, fruity drinks but my first hands experience with this drink was very scary. Few years back, one of my close friends made this punch with ‘fake’ spiders in it. It was really ‘spooky.”
I couldn’t even look at that punch, drinking that stuff…. can’t even imagine. Like many, I have a phobia of these creepy crawlers – spiders. If there is a house on the block with spiders hanging, I would just make a U-turn and past by it. They really really scare me.
Coming back to the topic, she insisted that I should taste it. Seeing my reluctance, she made me try that punch in a plain glass and I just loved the contrasting flavors.
This perfectly sweet punch has notes of fresh orange juice, orange soda, and orange sherbet. An ultimate party punch that tastes so much like a dessert.
Why does it taste like a dessert?
All because of Sherbet. Sherbet adds a creamy texture to this frizzy punch and is downright delicious, fruity and refreshing. Altogether a must-make and you will love everything about this Halloween Orange Sherbet Punch. It’s –
- fast and easy
- can be made in less than 15 minutes
- requires handful of ingredients
- and is packed with citrus flavor.
Amazing…. isn’t it!
Now onto the recipe!
There is really not much to say about this recipe. Simply combine all the ingredients in a bowl and stir until well mixed. Just make sure to use crushed ice for this punch. Frozen punch tastes so much better and you can taste the citrus flavor in every sip.
A handful of ingredients can feed a large crowd and this fizzy drink surely packs a PUNCH of flavor.
This Halloween whip up this fruity punch, pour and drink together. A perfect drink to celebrate THE spooky night!!
This should be on your Halloween menu this year. Do give this punch a try and if you happen to make this drink then share your pics with me @facebook or tag me by using the hashtag #ruchiskitchen (one word) on social media.
Would love to hear back from you and would love to see your spooky pictures!
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