Kid Friendly Punch

Dana Ramsey


My granddaughter wanted to have a Halloween/Birthday Party (her birthday is on Oct. 9th). My job was to make a punch for the party that was kid friendly. Well this punch was a huge hit! They loved it. I put gummy body parts, eye balls, ears, fingers, in my ice cube trays and froze them and then added them to my punch. It was almost like watching them bob for apples trying to get the ice cubes! I bet you could change this up for any holiday. Gummy Santas or Snowmen would be cute for Christmas!


★★★★★ 2 votes

15 Min


  • 24
    gummy candies, like eyeballs, fingers, ears, worms, spiders, or bugs
  • 1 gal
    tropical fruit punch, chilled
  • 2 l
    lemon-lime soda, chilled
  • 1 qt
    raspberry sherbert

How to Make Kid Friendly Punch


  1. Put your gummy candy in ice cube trays; add water and freeze. (I did mine the night before) I also had a candy tray that had pumpkins, bats, ghost and a skull in them and froze them too and added that to the punch.
  2. You will need at least a 7 quart punch bowl, combine the punch and the soda. Add the sherbert and your ice cubs. Serve
  3. Note: If you can not find raspberry sherbert then you can use the rainbow sherbert or a raspberry sherbert mix. I just prefer the raspberry sherbert in my punches.

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About Kid Friendly Punch

Course/Dish: Punches
Main Ingredient: Coffee/Tea/Beverage
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: For Kids

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