This easy Green Punch recipe is the perfect lemon-lime flavored drink to serve at Patrick’s Day parties or any holiday gathering. It’s made with just 2 simple ingredients and ready in 5 minutes.
Having a fun punch to serve for parties and holiday’s is so fun for everyone. This non-alcoholic fizzy drink is so quick to make. Kids love it! It can easily be made into an adult beverage too if desired.
Even though I have made it mostly for St. Patrick’s Day green food parties, it is also great for Easter brunches, cookouts during the Summer or as Grinch punch at Christmas parties.
The fact that it’s made with 2 basic ingredients makes it easy to make a large batch in no time.
Lemon Lime Soda – Use Sprite or 7-UP. But you could also use Sierra Mist or Gingerale.
Lime Sherbet – Use any brand you’d like.
How to Make Green Punch
Spoon 2 scoops of lime sherbet into a 16 ounce glass.
Pour lemon-lime soda into a glass slowly.
Watch the soda turn green in just minutes.
You can also make a large batch easily as well for parties, baby showers, and Holiday family gatherings. Pour an entire 2 liter bottle of lemon-lime soda into a punch bowl and scoop the entire carton of sherbet into it. Then serve in individual cups with a little sherbet in each cup.
If you prefer a non- fizzy option, use green Hawaiian punch or Lemon Lime Kool-Aid instead of the lemon lime soda.
Try these other drink recipes too:
Green Punch Recipe
- 16 ounces Lemon Lime Soda
- ½ cup Lime Sherbet
- Spoon 2 scoops of lime sherbet into each glass.
- Pour the soda into a glass.
- Watch the soda turn green in just a minute! 🙂
Nutritional facts are estimates and are provided as a courtesy to the reader. Please utilize your own brand nutritional values to double check against our estimates. Nutritional values are calculated via a third party. Changing ingredients, amounts or cooking technique will alter the estimated nutritional calculations.
Sharing of this recipe to social media is both encouraged and appreciated. Please share the direct link back to the recipe. Copy/Pasting and/or screenshots of the recipe to any social media is strictly prohibited. Content and photographs are copyright protected