Get into the St. Patrick’s Day mood with this Lime Shamrock Punch!
All you need are two ingredients for this Easy St. Patrick’s Day Drink Idea.
Lime Shamrock Punch – Great for St. Patrick’s Day!
This easy St. Patrick’s Day drink idea is so easy to make; your kids can do it. And with little to no supervision as well!
If you plan a St. Patrick’s Day party and want something easy to whip together, this punch recipe only calls for two ingredients.
So, take the stress out of party prepping, and add Lime Shamrock Punch to your list of fabulous St. Patrick’s Day treats!
When To Make This Shamrock Drink
- School Party
- Sunday School Drink
- Birthday Party
- St. Patrick’s Day Party
Variations To Recipe
Sherbert. So I made this specifically for St. Patrick’s Day. If you want to change up the color, reach for any flavor of sherbert: Raspberry, Orange, etc. They all work wonderfully in this drink.
Drink. I used ginger ale, but as I mentioned above, swap it with any lemon-lime style drink or flavored water with some carbonation!
Freeze Into Scoops. Use a cookie scoop or ice cream scoop and freeze scoops of the lime sherbert into balls and use that to put in your punch bowl. It adds a fun new look as you will see round scoops floating.
Dress up Cups. Garnish cups with a slice of limes, lemon, or even some maraschino cherries. It adds a pop of color, and who doesn’t enjoy eating a maraschino cherry!
Easy St. Patrick’s Day Drink Idea – Lime Shamrock Punch
- 1 2 Liter bottle of Ginger ale
- 1 quart of Lime Sherbet
1. Place Lime Sherbert into a punch bowl and pour in Ginger Ale.
And boom, you’re done! I don’t know if you can even qualify this easy idea as a recipe, but it’s a quick, simple idea! Enjoy!
What Can I Use Instead of Ginger Ale
If you are not a fan of ginger ale, you are more than welcome to use a lemon-lime soda or even club soda.
Or, if you want something a little different, reach for sparkling water. It will add some flavor and nice carbonation to the shamrock punch recipe.
Can I Make This Sherbert Punch In Advance
You will find if you make it in advance, the sherbert will meltdown.
It is still tasty if it melts. It just offers a fun presentation to have little pieces of the sherbert floating in the drink.