If you’re on the hunt for a show-stopping, crowd-pleasing drink that’s as fun to make as it is to sip, you’re going to love our Creamy Orange Sherbert Punch. Fizzy, fruity, and full of creamy goodness this is bound to be a hit every time you serve it!

Two glasses of sherbert punch with ice cream and strawberries.

What is Creamy Orange Sherbert Punch?

Our creamy orange sherbert punch is like a sunshine-filled hug in a glass! We take scoops of tangy, fruity orange sherbert and smooth vanilla ice cream and swirl them together with refreshing orange juice, a splash of sparkling water, and a gorgeous medley of frozen fruit. 

This absolutely dreamy, creamy concoction is equal parts sweet, tangy, and incredibly refreshing. It’s the ultimate drink to serve at any celebration, from birthday parties to summer picnics, adding a burst of color and flavor that everyone will love.

Ingredients You Need

  • Vanilla Ice Cream – Creamy ice cream gives the punch a sweet vanilla vibe that perfectly balances the tangy flavors in the punch.
  • Sherbert – Sherbert adds sweetness and silky smoothness.
  • Orange Juice – Bursting with zesty brightness, orange juice gives the punch citrusy fruit flavor.
  • Sparkling Water – This is an easy way to add give the punch its signature fizziness.
  • Frozen Fruit (Strawberries, Peaches, Pineapples) – Packs in natural sweetness, pops of color, and a bit of fruity fun. Plus, since it’s frozen, it helps to keep the punch cool without diluting it.

How to Make Creamy Orange Sherbert Punch

  1. Combine. Place the ice cream and the sherbet in a large punch bowl with the fruit before topping with the orange juice and sparkling water and stirring. 
  2. Garnish and Serve. If desired, garnish with fresh herbs like mint or basil and serve with a ladle.

Variations

  • Tropical Flavors – Swap out the orange juice for pineapple juice and use coconut ice cream for a beachy vibe.
  • Berries – Use mixed berry sherbert and cranberry juice, and add frozen blueberries and raspberries.
  • Citrus – Combine orange, lemon, and lime sherbert with a splash of lemonade.
  • Peaches – Use peach sherbert and peach nectar, and throw in some frozen peach slices.
  • Lemon-Lime – Swap in a lemon-lime sherbert, mix in lemon-lime soda, and add slices of lemon and lime for garnish.
  • Apple and Caramel – Use apple cider, caramel ice cream, and a dash of cinnamon for a cozy version for fall.

Can I Store Leftovers? 

This punch is best consumed right away rather than being stored. But if you happen to have some left, you can keep it in the refrigerator. 

To refrigerate, transfer any leftover punch to an airtight container or wrap the punch bowl tightly with plastic wrap before placing it in the refrigerator for up to one day (the carbonation will not last much longer than that). Stir it all together before serving. 

More Refreshing Beverage Recipes

On the search for more drinks to sip that will cool you down when the weather’s warm? Try out some of our other favorites! 

Egyptian Mint Lemonade (Limonana)

Hibiscus Tea Recipe (Karkarde)

The Best Creamy Lemonade Recipe

Fakhfakhina (Egyptian Fruit Salad)

Two glasses of orange sherbert punch.

Orange Sherbert Punch Recipe

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Author: Food Dolls
Servings: 6 servings
Prep: 5 minutes
Total: 5 minutes
Sweet and creamy, this orange sherbert punch recipe combines just 5 simple ingredients for a fruity drink that doubles as dessert!

Ingredients  

  • 1 quart vanilla ice cream
  • 1 quart sherbet
  • 64 ounces orange juice
  • 46 ounces sparkling water
  • 4 cups frozen fruit strawberries, peaches, pineapples

Instructions 

  • Add all ingredients to a large punch bowl.
    1 quart vanilla ice cream, 1 quart sherbet, 64 ounces orange juice, 46 ounces sparkling water, 4 cups frozen fruit
  • Stir well to combine. Garnish with fresh mint or basil leaves, and serve immediately.

Equipment

1 Large Punch Bowl

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