Don’t ask me how these recipes get their names. But if you ask any southern Grandma – she’ll know exactly what you are talking about when you mention ‘Presbyterian Punch’. I assume it got its name from being served at any and all church functions. As a Presbyterian myself, I’m happy to lay claim to the name but this is a standard sherbet punch that has been served for decades by more than just us Presbies.
This is hands-down my favorite punch ever. Probably because it is so strongly attached to my youth. Of course, you can’t go wrong with Holiday Party Punch, Ocean Water Punch and my Sparkling Strawberry Punch! If I see those scoops of sherbet floating in a huge punch bowl, I am making a bee line straight to it. I love it. And I can’t get enough. One little punch glass is never enough for me.
It’s even better when someone else makes it. Why is that? Have you ever noticed that you can make the same exact recipe as someone else but theirs will always taste better? Well, at least for me. I absolutely love other people’s cooking and baking over my own. Maybe because I didn’t have to make it – ha!
In a punch bowl, mix together 7-UP, pineapple juice, limeade and orange juice together gently.Using an ice cream scooper, scoop out several servings of rainbow sherbet and float on top of punch before serving.
Allow the sherbet to melt slightly, then serve.
Makes about 16 (8 oz) servings
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- 1 2 liter bottle 7-UP
- 1 46 oz can pineapple juice
- 1 6 oz can frozen limeade
- 1 6 oz can frozen orange juice
- 1/2 quart rainbow sherbet
- In a punch bowl, mix together 7-UP, pineapple juice, limeade and orange juice together gently.
- Using an ice cream scooper, scoop out several servings of rainbow sherbet and float on top of punch before serving.