This little green monster Halloween sherbet punch is a show stopper! Sugar rimmed cups, a sherbet monster coming out of the punch cup, what more could you ask for?
We made the little green monster Halloween sherbet punch for a mad scientist party a couple of years ago, and it is still a favorite. Ready for the complicated ingredient list? Sherbet + orange soda. That’s it!
Sherbet punches are my absolute favorite kind. You can pretty much mix any flavor of sherbet into lemon-lime or orange soda and create a delicious punch for a variety of occasions! To make the little monster, add a scoop of green sherbet and a couple of candy eyes. So easy! The kids had a great time making their own Halloween sherbet punch concoctions.
I’m not gonna lie though, once the green sherbet has had a chance to melt and become room temperature in the orange soda, the color combination looks a bit swampy. Who knows, maybe that would be even better for a Halloween party! My tip: Add a chunk or two of dried ice to keep it nice and cold—and bubble.
Little Green Monster Halloween Sherbet Punch
2 (2 liter) bottles orange soda
1 container orange sherbet
1 container lime sherbet
Step 1: Pour soda into large bowl or pitcher.
Step 2: add the orange sherbet 1 scoop at a time.
Note: If you really want to wow your crowd, add a bit of dry ice. My husband likes getting this on Halloween to make homemade root beer or spooky drinks with the kids. Dry ice causes bubbling as well as “fog”. Add it a little at a time to prevent punch from bubbling over (don’t ask me how I know this). As always, be careful when working with dry ice.
To make individual cups, or set up a fun drink station for kids add 1 small scoop of green sherbet to each glass after filling with punch. Decorate with candy eyes and sprinkles, if desired.
Make sure to have some fun and spooky add ins like candy eyes, gummy worms, gummy frogs or creepy eyeball ice cubes.
How To Make Sugar Rimmed Glasses For Halloween Punch
Sugar rimmed cups are totally optional but just plain fun! Dip the rim of the cup into soda, then into sugar sprinkles. Let dry.
And voila! Little green monster punch!
More yummy sherbet combinations!
- Sprite + lime sherbet.
- Orange soda + orange sherbet.
- Lemonade + raspberry sherbet.
- Squirt or Fresca + rainbow sherbet.
Here is another cute Halloween punch idea from Tablespoon! Swamp juice is easy and affordable. Only 3 ingredients required to create this refreshing lime punch. Make it extra spooky with gummy worms, spiders, frozen hand, eyeballs, and witch hearts.
If you liked this recipe you might also like these other spooky Halloween treats…
Are you ready to make the SILLIEST not-so-spooky Halloween treats? These vampire donuts come together in about 30 seconds. So easy and fun! They are great for parties, especially classroom parties at school. Krispy Kreme are our favorites for these, but you can use any kind you’d like!
Add some spooky fun to your kids’ lunches this year with these printable juice box wraps for Halloween! Just cut, wrap and tape! “Mummy loves you!” Another great option for classroom parties!
What a cute & fun punch for the kids. The little green monster peeking over is so cute. Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday!
Miz Helen says
This is a great punch for the season! Thanks so much for sharing your post with us at Full Plate Thursday, we have really enjoyed it. Hope you have a great day and come back soon!
Michelle Leslie says
Awww that little face peeking out of the cup is just the best Brandy. It’s so darn cute
Oh my gosh this is super cute!! Those eyeballs are cracking me up! Thanks so much for sharing at Merry Monday; I”ll be including your punch in my Party Features this coming week. We’d love to have you link up again 🙂
Thank you so much, Emily! The kids love using those little eyes for everything, ha!