Spooktacular Orange Sherbet Halloween Punch Recipe

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Planning themed parties can be a little overwhelming, but with a handful of simpler recipes it doesn’t have to be. I am all about creating things that aren’t too complicated and taste good no matter what. Take this Orange Sherbet Halloween Punch for example. With four ingredients you can creating a fizzy delicious drink that adults and kids will enjoy.

My best tip when creating this recipe is to go easy on the orange sherbet to start. As you add scoop by scoop let the sherbet react to the sparkling water and fizz up before adding another scoop. If you add it all too quickly you will have an over flowing glass (like add did). Let’s just say that it added to the spooktacular factor.

Spooktacular Orange Sherbet Halloween Punch Recipe | Hallowen Inspired Party Decor and Recipes

This post is sponsored by SodaStream // all views and opinions are always my own.

You know when you make a float and the ice-cream gets all crunchy and frozen. Best part! That’s exactly what happens with you combine the sherbet with the SodaStream sparkling water. For a more enhanced sparkle make sure you choose the level 3 intensity on your SodaStream One Touch FIZZI.

Before creating this punch I needed to refill my CO2 canister at the back of my SodaStream. I went to London Drugs to grab a new canister and was informed about their recycling program. When you bring in your empty SodaStream canister to London Drugs and purchase a new one you will receive almost 50% off your full canister. Such great incentive to encourage proper recycling.

So not only are you helping the environment by using a SodaStream in the first place (by reducing waster from store-bought cans and bottles), there are proper recycling procedures in place for the empty canisters. One of my favorite things about SodaStream is how passionate they are about bettering the environment and encouraging others to do the same.

Spooktacular Orange Sherbet Halloween Punch Recipe | Hallowen Inspired Party Decor and Recipes
Spooktacular Orange Sherbet Halloween Punch Recipe | Hallowen Inspired Party Decor and Recipes
Spooktacular Orange Sherbet Halloween Punch Recipe | Hallowen Inspired Party Decor and Recipes

Orange Sherbet Halloween Punch Recipe

Ingredients 
Makes Full Sized Punch Bowl

  • Two Full SodaStream Bottles of Sparkled Water
  • 2 TSPS SodaStream Natural Flavours Orange
  • 400 ML of Pineapple Juice
  • 4 – 6 Scoops of Vanilla Orange Sherbet 

Directions

  1.  Fill your SodaStream bottle with your tap water and choose your desired intensity of carbonation.
  2.  Add to punch bowl and repeat step one.
  3.  Add 2 TSP of SodaStream Natural Flavours Orange into the punch bowl
  4.  Pour in Pineapple Juice
  5.  Slowly add in scoops of Vanilla Orange Sherbet into the punch bowl. Note: Don’t add too quickly or you will have a Spooktacular fizzy explosion.
  6.  Enjoy!

I added to the theme and added little Halloween decor on the white cardboard cups and a little bat ring on the top as a garnish. My kids loved it when I served them theirs for tasting.

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