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Welcome to the world of refreshing beverages! This time, I am here with a vibrant and festive drink recipe that is perfect for any occasion. I am going to share with you my recipe for Champagne Sherbet Punch that will turn any ordinary get-together into a fancy celebration.

This sweet and bubbly treat will not only awaken your taste buds but also make your guests feel special. The combination of rainbow sherbet and sparkling wine with a hint of ginger ale and frozen raspberries is truly divine. It is an instant crowd-pleaser and a bouquet of flavours that no one can resist.

My recipe for Champagne Sherbet Punch is perfect as a party punch or even as a fun addition to your family dessert menu at holiday gatherings, such as New Year’s Eve, weddings, anniversaries, and graduations. This easy-to-make drink has a big impact on the palate at any gathering.

With this recipe, you don’t have to be an expert bartender or spend hours preparing it. My champagne punch sherbet is straightforward to follow, flexible, and customizable based on your preferences.

So let’s mingle sipping our boozie rainbow sherbet punch in style!

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

Champagne Sherbet Punch
Champagne Sherbet Punch

Are you looking for a refreshing punch recipe to impress your guests? Look no further than this Champagne Sherbet Punch recipe!

This recipe is perfect for any celebration, from a sparkling New Year’s bash to a summer barbecue. Not only is it easy and quick to make, but the combination of champagne, ginger ale, and sherbet creates an irresistible boozy rainbow sherbet flavor that everyone will love.

Plus, with the addition of frozen raspberries and orange sherbet, this punch is both sweet and tangy, making it a crowd-pleaser. And let’s not forget the stunning presentation – the bright colors look gorgeous in any large punch bowl.

But what takes this recipe above and beyond other punch recipes is the use of high-quality ingredients. The best champagne or sparkling wine will elevate the taste and quality of the punch. And using fresh fruits such as raspberries and pineapple juice concentrate adds natural sweetness without artificial additives.

This champagne sherbet punch recipe isn’t just tasty, it’s versatile too! You can easily substitute different flavors of sherbet or sparkling wine to match any occasion or taste preference. Plus, with these simple and straightforward instructions, even a novice bartender can mix up this party punch like a pro!

So why wait? Make this delicious champagne sherbet punch for your next gathering and be prepared to impress your guests with your perfect party punch-making skills!

Ingredient List

 A fizzy and chic way to impress your party guests.
A fizzy and chic way to impress your party guests.

To make this Rainbow Sherbet Champagne Punch, you’ll need the following ingredients:

  • 2 bottles of best champagne or sparkling wine (750 ml each)
  • 1 container of sherbet (rainbow or orange flavor)
  • 2 cups of ginger ale
  • 1 bottle of raspberry or strawberry sherbet
  • 1 can of frozen raspberries light juice concentrate
  • 1/2 cup of lemon juice
  • Club soda (optional)
  • Hawaiian punch (optional)
  • Pineapple juice (optional)

Note: You can use any flavor of sherbet, but rainbow sherbet adds a nice touch of color to the punch. Also, you can substitute champagne with other alcoholic beverages, like pink champagne or mimosa for a different twist.

The Recipe How-To

 This Champagne Sherbet Punch will make you feel like royalty.
This Champagne Sherbet Punch will make you feel like royalty.

Now, let’s get to the fun part – making this delicious Champagne Sherbet Punch! This recipe is perfect for any celebration, from a small gathering of friends to a big party. In this section, I’ll provide a step-by-step guide on how to make this punch at home.


  • 1 container rainbow sherbet (about 1.5 quarts)
  • 2 bottles of your best champagne or sparkling wine
  • 1 bottle ginger ale
  • 2 cups frozen raspberries, thawed
  • 1 can frozen hawaiian punch concentrate, thawed
  • ½ cup pineapple juice
  • juice of 1 lemon


  1. In a large punch bowl, combine the ginger ale, champagne or sparkling wine, pineapple juice, and lemon juice.
  2. Add the thawed Hawaiian punch concentrate and stir well.
  3. Place fistsful of sherbet into the punch bowl. You will need about one container (approximately 1.5 quarts) of rainbow sherbet split into scoops of different colors to create a rainbow effect!
  4. Pour in the thawed frozen raspberries and give it a quick stir.
  5. Garnish with lemon slices and some fresh raspberries.
  6. Add ice cubes if necessary.

Serving Scoop:

When serving this punch, don’t forget to scoop out some sherbet into each glass before you pour in the punch. This will make sure that everyone gets some of those delicious sherbet flavors in every sip!

Enjoy your delicious Champagne Sherbet Punch with friends and family!

Substitutions and Variations

 Every sip delivers a burst of refreshing flavors.
Every sip delivers a burst of refreshing flavors.

There are plenty of substitutions and variations you can incorporate into this champagne sherbet punch recipe to make it your own. Here are a few ideas:

– Fruit punch: If you prefer non-alcoholic options, substitute the champagne with club soda or ginger ale, and add in a hawaiian punch or fruit punch to keep the party going.

– Rainbow sherbet: While rainbow sherbet is a classic, a raspberry or lime sherbet will taste just as heavenly – swap it up with your ultimate favorite flavor.

– Pink champagne: Want to give your champagne sherbet punch a pop of color? Swap out the regular champagne with pink champagne for an elegant flair.

– Mimosa twist: Love mimosas? Swap in orange sherbet instead of rainbow sherbet and add freshly squeezed orange juice to transform it into a fun brunch-time delight.

– Frozen raspberries: If frozen raspberries aren’t available, try using strawberries or blueberries instead for a fruity burst of flavor.

Making these substitutions and variations can take this recipe to the next level and be perfect for any occasion. Be creative and have fun experimenting with your own personal touch!

Serving and Pairing

 A punch you won't forget, made with Champagne, sherbet and love.
A punch you won’t forget, made with Champagne, sherbet and love.

This Champagne Sherbet Punch recipe is perfect for serving at a New Year’s Eve party or any other special occasion. It’s refreshing, flavorful, and boozy – the ideal combo for a good time.

The best way to serve this punch is in a large punch bowl with a ladle. You can also place the bowl on ice to keep it chilled throughout the festivities. Don’t forget to have plenty of cups and spoons available for your guests!

When it comes to pairing food with this punch, you can’t go wrong with light bites such as cheese platters, fruit skewers, or finger sandwiches. The fruity and refreshing flavor of the punch will cut through the richness of these snacks and refresh your palate between bites.

If you want to make it a full meal, consider serving dishes that pair well with champagne, such as oysters or seafood paella. Additionally, you can offer sherbet punch as an alternative to traditional cocktails like mimosas.

Overall, this Champagne Sherbet Punch is versatile enough to be paired with a variety of foods and served for different occasions.

Make-Ahead, Storing and Reheating

 This icy treat is perfect for sunny days and warm nights.
This icy treat is perfect for sunny days and warm nights.

Sometimes, hosting a party can be overwhelming, and it is essential to have a punch recipe that is easy to make ahead of time. Luckily, this champagne sherbet punch recipe is perfect for such an occasion.

To make the punch ahead of time, prepare all the ingredients according to the recipe except for the ginger ale and champagne sparker. Place the rainbow sherbet into a separate container and freeze overnight. When your guests arrive, add ginger ale and champagne sparkler to the prepared punch bowl and stir well. Then, mix in the sherbet scoops right before serving. This not only makes things easier on party day; it also allows the flavors to meld together for an even more decadent taste.

However, if there are any leftovers after the party (although there probably won’t be), don’t throw them away! Instead, store them in an airtight container in the fridge for two to three days. Before serving the leftover punch, mix in a little bit of ginger ale and champagne again.

If you find yourself with extra sherbet after serving, don’t fret. Store it separately from the punch in an airtight container in the freezer for up to one week. You can enjoy it later as a dessert or add it next time you make this recipe!

Reheating punch is not recommended as it can alter the taste significantly by removing carbonation and texture. The best method is to serve over ice if chilled or bring back to room temperature once taken out of storage.

The convenience of making this champagne sherbet punch ahead of time makes entertaining so simple, leaving you with more time to mingle with your guests!

Tips for Perfect Results

 Your cravings for something sweet and bubbly will be fulfilled.
Your cravings for something sweet and bubbly will be fulfilled.

Hosting a party or gathering can be stressful, but making sure the punch is perfect shouldn’t be. Here are some tips to ensure that your champagne sherbet punch turns out perfectly.

First and foremost, make sure that all of your ingredients are chilled before starting. Champagne or sparkling wine taste best when they are ice cold, and the same goes for ginger ale and fruit juice. If you’re in a rush, stick them in the freezer for 10-15 minutes before mixing everything together.

When adding the sherbet to your punch bowl, use an ice cream scoop to make sure that you add consistent amounts to each portion. The scoops should be about the size of a golf ball – not too big and not too small – for optimal flavor and consistency.

If you want to kick up the alcohol content of your punch without changing the flavor too much, try substituting some club soda with champagne sorbet or raspberry champagne. These boozy additions will give your rainbow sherbet punch an extra kick while still staying true to its original flavors.

Don’t be afraid to experiment with different variations of this recipe. There are plenty of sherbet punch recipes out there, so try incorporating lime or pink champagne for a new twist on our classic recipe. You can also substitute frozen raspberries for mixed fruit or hawaiian punch concentrate for a tropical variation.

Lastly, serve your champagne sherbet punch with lots of ice! It’s important that your punch stays cold throughout the party, and using lots of ice will help dilute it as people start taking sips throughout the night.

With these tips, you’re sure to become the hostess with the mostest and impress guests with your delicious and refreshing sparkling champagne sherbet punch.

Bottom Line

In conclusion, this champagne sherbet punch recipe is a must-try for any party host looking to impress their guests with a refreshing and boozy rainbow sherbet punch. You’ll love the fizz of ginger ale paired with the sweetness of different sherbet flavors and raspberries. This vibrant punch is not only delicious but also easy to make and serve in a large punch bowl. Plus, it’s versatile enough to be customized to your liking with substitutions and variations.

Whether you’re hosting a New Year’s Eve celebration or a simple house party, this champagne sherbet punch recipe will elevate the mood of the occasion and dazzle your taste buds. The best part is that it can be made ahead of time and stored in the fridge until ready to serve, saving you valuable time and effort on the day of the event.

With simple ingredients like rainbow sherbet, champagne, ginger ale, and frozen raspberries, this recipe is budget-friendly but tastes expensive. So why settle for an average fruit punch when you can wow your guests with a stunning bowl of bubbly colorful and fruity goodness?

So don’t wait any longer, gather your ingredients and mix up a batch of this champagne sherbet punch today. Your friends will thank you for it!

Champagne Sherbet Punch

Champagne Sherbet Punch Recipe

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Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 0 mins
Course Beverage
Cuisine American
Calories 333.3 kcal


  • 750 ml champagne
  • 1 quart raspberry sherbet
  • 2 liters ginger ale
  • 1 pint frozen raspberries, thawed


  • Mix all except for sherbert, then add it to the top.

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Serving: 480gCalories: 333.3kcalCarbohydrates: 63.2gProtein: 1.3gFat: 1.6gSaturated Fat: 0.9gSodium: 56.9mgFiber: 5.2gSugar: 54.3g
Keyword < 15 Mins, Beverages, Easy, Healthy, Low Cholesterol, Low Protein, Punch
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