Shamrock Punch

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Shamrock Punch is the perfect non-alcoholic green drink for St. Patrick’s Day parties. Plus, you will love how simple it is to make with only 3 ingredients: lime sherbet, Sprite, and green food coloring.

Planning a St. Patrick’s Day party? Or maybe you are simply looking for st. patrick’s day drinks for kids to make their day special at home?

Either way, this green punch recipe is for you.

Like my shamrock shake recipe, this punch is super easy to make and the perfect green color for St. Patrick’s Day.

In fact, this punch recipe is even easier to make than shamrock shakes, since you don’t need a blender. Just a punch bowl and ice cream scoop.

Shamrock Punch in a stemless wine glass with another glass of the green punch and punch bowl in the background.

And although this non-alcoholic St. Patrick’s Day punch is kid-friendly, I have found that kids and adults alike both love the festive green punch.

Green Shamrock Punch in punch bowl with scoops of lime sherbet floating throughout.

The beautiful green punch looks amazing served up in your punch bowl with scoops of lime sherbert floating throughout.

Give this shamrock punch recipe a try and I am sure that it will become your family’s yearly St. Patrick’s Day tradition as well.

Ingredients

  • Lime Sherbert– Any brand will work for this recipe.
  • Sprite– or your favorite lemon-lime soda.
  • Green Food Coloring– Just 3 or 4 drops will give the punch a bright green color, perfect for St. Patrick’s Day.

How to Make Shamrock Punch

This section shows you how to make the recipe with step-by-step photos and instructions. For the full printable recipe, see the recipe card below. 

Step 1: Scoop lime sherbet into your punch bowl. Pour Sprite over sherbet.

Step 2: Add a few drops of green food coloring.

On left: Sprite being poured over scoops of lime sherbet in punch bowl. On right, punch with drops of food coloring throughout.

Step 3: Stir gently and serve!

Glass punch bowl filled with non-alcoholic green punch for St. Patrick's Day.

Storage

This green punch is best when served immediately. I do not recommend making ahead.

Recipe Tips

  • If you want to make just a single serving of punch you can simply add a scoop or two of lime sherbet to each glass, top with Sprite and one drop of food coloring, and give it a stir.
  • For an elevated presentation rim the glass with green or gold sanding sugar.
  • Colorful paper straws are a great way to dress up each glass of punch.
  • Serve with one of these fun and festive St. Patrick’s Day desserts.
  • Looking for a boozy shamrock punch recipe? You can use this recipe and add vodka, to taste. Or make the adults at the party a boozy shamrock shake instead.
St. Patrick's Day Alcoholic Punch in stemless wine glass with two paper straws and punch bowl filled with green punch behind it.

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Shamrock Punch in a stemless wine glass with another glass of the green punch and punch bowl in the background.
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5 from 10 votes

Shamrock Punch

Author: Jaclyn
Prep: 10 minutes
Total: 10 minutes
Shamrock Punch is the perfect non-alcoholic green drink for St. Patrick's Day parties. Plus, you will love how simple it is to make with only 3 ingredients!

Ingredients
 

Instructions

  • Scoop lime sherbet into your ice cream bowl using an ice cream scoop.
  • Top with Sprite.
  • Add 3-4 drops of green food coloring and stir gently.
  • Enjoy!

Notes

This green punch is best when served immediately. I do not recommend making ahead.

Nutrition

Serving: 1g | Calories: 109kcal
Shamrock Punch in a stemless wine glass with another glass of the green punch and punch bowl in the background.

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