Recipe by KJB357
"This is the easiest punch recipe ever. It was a big hit at my sister's bridal shower."
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1 (6 ounce) can
frozen orange juice concentrate
1 (2 liter) bottle
I make this punch for a baby shower...and I ran out! It was a hit! Just be sure to let the sherbet sit out a while before making the punch.
If you like orange dreamsicles, you'll LOVE this! I made it for the kids at our New Year's Eve party and the adults loved it just as much (if not more!). Of the half gallon, I used a 2/3 orange sherbet and 1/3 vanilla ice cream. It was beautiful and frothy.
This punch was real easy and fast to make. It taste more like orange juice than a punch. Next time I will mix 1/2 sherbet with 1/2 vanilla ice cream and try that.
I have used this recipe often and everyone loves it. I recently tried it with lime sherbet and concentrated Limeade and it was wonderful.
I used vanilla ice cream with sherbert in it. poured in a can or evaporated milk and a few cups of a citrus drink that was in the fridge, just to fill up the punch bowl. It was great. tasted just like anorange push up ice cream. rave reviews
Great and easy punch! Everyone wanted seconds and after shower they all wanted the recipe!
This is absolutly the best punch receipe I have ever had!!! I wouldn't change a thing about it. It is perfect just the way it is! I had been looking for a VERY simple punch receipe for a large gathering (200+ people). When I found this one I was a little skeptical because it was only 3 ingredients and you just mix it all in the punch bowl. No prep work! So I tried it out and had my sisters taste test it. They loved it!! I ended up making TEN batches of this receipe and by the end of the night the punch was gone and the coffee was hardley touched! It was a hit!!! Would highly recomend it. One reviewer suggested lime sherbet and frozen limeade...I think I will try that for the next party!!
Tastes just like an orange creamsicle! I used orange sherbet/vanilla ice cream. Kids and adults loved it. No leftovers. Make sure the orange juice and sherbet/ice cream is well softened before adding gingerale so it does not clump up too much.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Orange Dream Punch
Serving Size: 1/30 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 30
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 34
** Calories from Fat: < 1
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