Halloween Punch

Halloween Punch with funny eyeballs is made so easily with just orange sherbet and 7UP. This spooky drink recipe that kids and adults will love is the perfect addition to Halloween parties! Non-alcoholic. 

Halloween Punch with funny eyeballs is made so easily with just orange sherbet and 7UP. This spooky drink recipe that kids and adults will love is the perfect addition to Halloween parties! Non-alcoholic. 

Halloween is my favorite time of the year! And I can’t believe it’s already right around the corner. If you’re hosting a Halloween party this year or if you’re in charge of bringing the punch to a Halloween get together, I’ve got you set! 

I make different varieties of this punch depending on the occasion, including Halloween, baby or wedding showers, graduations or anytime you need an easy, fun drink to satisfy a crowd.

This children’s Halloween Punch recipe will definitely be an instant hit at your Halloween party, plus it’s super easy to make! 

What’s not to love? Halloween is when I start seeing Brooklyn brownstones decorated with ghosts on the porches and zombie arms coming out of gardens. It’s when you see people dressed up as dinosaurs without anyone even looking twice (I admit this is NYC so that isn’t that strange to see). It’s the time of the year I get crafty with glitter pumpkins and cat garland

Now it’s time to throw a Halloween bash with friends and families, bake a Root Beer Bundt Cake, serve Orange Sherbet Halloween Punch and dance! (to the Monster Mash – of course!)

Halloween Punch with funny eyeballs is made so easily with just orange sherbet and 7UP. This spooky drink recipe that kids and adults will love is the perfect addition to Halloween parties! Non-alcoholic. 

To get you excited for the best holiday of the year – I did just that! I threw a spooky Halloween party! But what’s a party without good food and drinks? Let’s make some Halloween Punch!

How To Make Halloween Punch:

No Halloween party is complete without a yummy Halloween Punch. Make that a spooky eyeball sherbet Halloween punch! This recipe is a classic Midwestern Orange Sherbet Punch that has 2 key ingredients: Orange Sherbet and 7UP soda. There are many variations of sherbet punch, but this is my by far my favorite. Not only is it the easiest recipe ever, but it also tastes wonderful! I served it in a party sized glass punch bowl. If you don’t happen to have a punch bowl, you can serve this punch in a large soup pot, Halloween Cauldron or large pail. 

Halloween Punch with funny eyeballs is made so easily with just orange sherbet and 7UP. This spooky drink recipe that kids and adults will love is the perfect addition to Halloween parties! Non-alcoholic. 

I love serving Sherbet Punch for Halloween because it naturally foams up and looks great on a festive tablescape. To make it more ghoulish for my graveyard setting, I added some lime slices and floating eyeball candies on top!

What Makes This Non Alcoholic Halloween Punch So Great? 

Kids will find this punch fun with the bright colors and fun appearance! Adults will love the sweet taste. You can easily “spike” this punch if you’re having an adults-only party!

Halloween Punch With Alcohol:

This sherbet punch pairs very well with many types of alcohol and can be a super fun touch for adult parties. Some types of alcohol to add to this punch would be vodka, white rum, a fruity schnapps or even champagne! Play around with the flavor to see what tastes best to you!

Variations of Halloween Punch:

Have fun and experiment. There are many different ways to change up this punch and make it your own.

  • Use lime sherbert instead of orange. Or even make two punch bowls full, if you’re serving a crowd – one lime and one orange.
  • Add even more spooky Halloween candies in the punch bowl.
  • Use ginger ale instead of 7UP.  If you’re looking for a lighter soda uset Diet 7Up.
  • Feel free to add food coloring to the punch to enhance the color.

Happy Halloween everyone! Get ready to party!

Halloween Punch with funny eyeballs is made so easily with just orange sherbet and 7UP. This spooky drink recipe that kids and adults will love is the perfect addition to Halloween parties! Non-alcoholic. 

Other Favorite Halloween Recipes To Try:

I believe that party food can be catered towards adults and kids at the same time. Being delicious is key! Instead of going spooky, go delicious! Bake Pumpkin Donuts, Pumpkin Whoopie Pies and 5 Ingredient Pumpkin Cookies! Everyone will love them! If you’re looking for festive, check out my Chocolate Bread with Frosting Spiderwebs too!

Along with the sweets, make some creamy tomato or onion dip to serve with chips and pretzels!

For the main course, everyone loves finger food at parties, so serve  jalapeno poppers, mini pizzas or just make it super easy and order some pizza!  Trust me, everyone loves pizza at a party! Just don’t forget the Halloween Punch!

Did you make and love this recipe? Give it your review below! 👇 And make sure to share your creations by tagging me or using the hashtag #brooklynfarmgirl on Instagram

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Halloween Punch with funny eyeballs is made so easily with just orange sherbet and 7UP. This spooky drink recipe that kids and adults will love is the perfect addition to Halloween parties! Non-alcoholic. 

Halloween Punch

Halloween Punch with funny eyeballs is made so easily with just orange sherbet and 7UP. This spooky drink recipe that kids and adults will love is the perfect addition to Halloween parties! Non-alcoholic. 

Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Keyword halloween punch, sherbet punch
Cook Time 3 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 15
Calories 150 kcal

Ingredients

  • 1 2 liter 7UP
  • 1/2 gallon orange sherbet
  • 1 lime sliced

Instructions

  1. Pour 7UP into punch bowl. Add sherbet by big spoonfuls to the bowl. Cut up lime slices and add them on top. To make it more spooky, add eyeballs and gummy worms to punch bowl.

Recipe Notes

For a lighter drink, use Diet 7Up.

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