Valentine’s Day Party Punch

by Melissa

 

Celebrate the day of love with this yummy Valentine’s Day Party Punch recipe a fan favorite when it comes to Valentine’s Day themed drinks.

 

Pink Valentine's Day Punch in a mason jar with red and pink heart sprinklesThis post contains affiliate links.

 

This love potion drink is a holiday favorite and very simple punch recipe.

 

One that would be perfect for baby showers, weddings and of course Valentine’s Day.

 

Whether you’re planning a party for the kids, an anti-Valentine’s Day bash for the girls (think, Galentine’s Day), or a special evening for your sweetie this Valentine’s Day party punch will be perfect for that.

 

We like to call it Love Potion since the term has the meaning of a type of potion designed to create feelings of love.

 

Perfect for Valentine’s Day!

 

Love Potion Drink | Raspberry & 7up

 

Ingredients you will need

 

  • 2-liter bottle of Cherry 7up
  • 1-quart raspberry sherbet
  • Whipped topping & sprinkles (these are optional)

 

This recipe is also good with lime or strawberry sherbet but our favorite Valentine punch is made with raspberry.

 

Directions:

Pour your 7up into a punch bowl or gallon drink container.

 

Place scoops of raspberry sherbet in and stir to mix.

 

I know, this Valentine’s Day Punch is too easy, right? Exactly why I love it so much. 

 

Individual Size Valentine’s Day Party Punch Drinks

 

Pour a glass of Cherry 7up and drop in one scoop of sherbet.

 

We topped ours with whipped topping and sprinkles to add that extra touch of fun.

 

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Valentine's Day Party Punch
Course: Beverage
Author: Melissa Coleman
Ingredients
  • 2 liter bottle of Cherry 7up
  • 1 quart raspberry sherbet
  • Whipped topping & sprinkles optional
Instructions
  1. Pour your 7up into a punch bowl or gallon drink container. 
  2. Place scoops of raspberry sherbet in and stir to mix. 
Recipe Notes

You can substitute the raspberry sherbet for lime or strawberry sherbet as well.

 

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Cassie Tucker January 28, 2014 - 4:21 PM

OMG my husband would LOVE this, I’m not even kidding! Now do I surprise him with it on Valentines Day or do I tell him about it now so he can buy the stuff for it when we go back to the store?

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Melissa January 28, 2014 - 4:52 PM

You can’t go wrong either way. You can also substitute the sherbet for vanilla ice cream and it makes a yummy float too. 🙂

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Chelsea Olivia January 28, 2014 - 8:33 PM

This is so cute! It’s the first Valentine’s Cole & I will have ever had while living on our own, so I totally want to do it up right. This is an awesome idea. The heart sprinkles are so perfect 🙂

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Jennifer January 28, 2014 - 11:01 PM

Sounds Perfect for hubby and me 🙂

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Mama.Mommy.Mom. January 28, 2014 - 11:02 PM

That is super cute! My kids would love it. You could grow it up a bit with some vodka. 😀

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Melissa February 1, 2014 - 10:33 PM

You could definitely make it more of a adult drink too.

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Laura MyNewestAddiction January 29, 2014 - 2:06 AM

That drink looks soooo good!

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Carly January 29, 2014 - 4:42 PM

LOVE this! Totally going to make it!

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Paige Nicole January 29, 2014 - 8:36 PM

I tried something similar recently! It looks great!

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