This green non-alcoholic Halloween Punch is the perfect Halloween potluck or witch themed party recipe, especially for kids! It has key lime Sherbert, soda pop, chocolate cookie witch hats, marshmallow licorice brooms and candy eyes. It's a kid's dream come true!
Cuisine American, Canadian, North American
Keyword green, Halloween, punch, witch
Prep Time 30minutes
Total Time 30minutes
Author Terri Gilson
1.5 Litrecontainer of key lime sherbert 946 ml
2litres lemon lime soda/Sprite or 7 up
1285 ml can of frozen limonade, concentrated
.5litrelemon lime sparkling water (no sugar or sweetener)
With icing "Glue" Hershey kisses to the top of cookies. Set aside
Cut licorice in half, then in half again (lengthwise) to make it thinner.
Cut marshmallows into broom ends by using small scissors (reserved for food only) or a knife, and making small snips into one end of the marshmallow.
With icing “Glue" licorice to marshmallow (uncut end) with a dab of royal icing. Set aside.
In a punch bowl, add sparkling water, soda (sprite or 7-up) frozen concentrated limonade and 1 container (946 ml) of key lime sherbert. Mix.
Add scoops of sherbert to the punch (so it floats on top). Use about ½ a 946 ml container.
Place witch hats and brooms on mounds of sherbert, then add candy eyes. Serve immediately.
👪 Serving sizeThis recipe serves about 20 (and the amounts are right for a typical punch bowl) but if you want more or less, simply change the servings (in blue) on the recipe card, select the number you want and the amounts will adjust accordingly. I would recommend you simply half or double the recipe. If you double it, you'll need 2 punch bowls.🍽 EquipmentA punch bowl is ideal for this recipe, but you could also use a trifle bowl (I did this for my Easter Punch and it works great!) or any large bowl with a very wide rim.💭 TOP TIPYou don't have to use royal icing for this recipe, but I do recommend you do. It's basically a very strong edible glue that dries hard. It will save you the frustration of having your pieces of witch brooms and witch hats come apart (and it holds up remarkably well in the liquid). You can buy it premade or make it yourself. The royal icing recipe I use for my gingerbread house is easy to make and very strong. Make sure you follow the directions carefully for both making, working with and storing royal icing!My Amazon Recommendations (affiliate links)