Green St. Patrick’s Day Punch {Cocktail or Mocktail}

Green St. Patrick’s Day Punch, perfect for celebrating your Irish heritage! Make it a cocktail or a non-alcoholic mocktail recipe, it’s the perfect sherbet punch for a crowd!

Green St. Patrick's Day Punch, perfect for celebrating your Irish heritage! Make it a cocktail or non-alcoholic, perfect sherbet punch for a crowd!

Don’t you think sherbet should be a part of every single drink? Iced tea?? Add some peach sherbet. Soda? Sherbet. Holiday punch?? Definitely sherbet. Am I right? It’s just so good and refreshing. Not to mention adorable.

This SUPER EASY Green St. Patrick’s Day Punch is everyyyyything for celebrating St Patricks Day.

Make it with alcohol or without, for kids or adults, it’s fun, festive, pretty, and delicious. What more can you ask for from a party punch??

Green St. Patrick's Day Punch, perfect for celebrating your Irish heritage! Make it a cocktail or non-alcoholic, perfect sherbet punch for a crowd! Green St. Patrick's Day Punch, perfect for celebrating your Irish heritage! Make it a cocktail or non-alcoholic, perfect sherbet punch for a crowd!

This is why I love Saint Patrick’s Day. It’s okay to be loud with your love of green. I have red hair and pale skin. I LOVE GREEN. It’s my favorite color for cocktails and clothing!

Green St. Patrick's Day Punch, perfect for celebrating your Irish heritage! Make it a cocktail or non-alcoholic, perfect sherbet punch for a crowd!

So wear your green all over with this Green St. Patrick’s Day Punch. This holiday is all about fun, and this is fun!

Green St. Patrick's Day Punch, perfect to celebrate Irish heritage! Make it a cocktail or non-alcoholic, it's the perfect sherbet punch recipe for a crowd!

Cheers!

Green St. Patrick’s Day Punch

Adapted and inspired from food.com

5 minPrep Time

5 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 2 (1/4 ounce) packages Kool-Aid lemon-lime powdered drink mix
  • 1 (46 ounce) can pineapple juice, chilled
  • 2 quarts cold water
  • 2 (2 liter) bottles ginger ale, chilled
  • Lime Sherbet for serving

Instructions

  1. Add all ingredients (except the sherbet) in a large punch bowl (or split the recipe into two large pitchers). Stir to combine.
  2. You can add the sherbet directly to the punch bowl or to each individual glass when ready to serve.
  3. Enjoy!
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Kacey @ The Cookie Writer
Haha, this is so you! I love the vibrant colour!! Seriously, my daughter will love this!
Shelley @Two Healthy Kitchens
You're so right that St. Patrick's Day is just all about the fun! I love another excuse for a party! And this pretty punch is like a party in a cup! So easy, too - perfect to throw together at the last minute!
Stephanie
You have a point. Sherbet DOES make all drink prettier and tastier! I vote we start a sherbet movement! This green drink looks delightful!
Cathy Pollak ~ Noble Pig
This is so fun! Love the color so much.
Megan Keno
I love the ingredients in this! It sounds amazing!
Cookin Canuck
Lime sherbet has been a favorite ever since I was a kid, and I'll bet my own boys would love this punch!
Dorothy
Looks fantastic. Any suggestions for what alcohol to add if we wanted to make an adult version?
    Nicol Mercado Young
    My exact question! Any suggestion on the alcohol?
      Becky Hardin
      I like to use Lime Vodka in it!! You could use plain as well and it would work just fine :)
    Becky Hardin
    I like to use Lime Vodka in it!! You could use plain as well and it would work just fine :) Hope you love it!
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