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Conversation Heart Sherbet Float

If you’ve been looking for a fun kid-friendly drink to celebrate Valentine’s day, this is it! This darling conversation heart sherbet float is fruity and yummy and right on the color scheme for your little valentines! The candy topping was my kids favorite, they loved seeing the candies floating!

Conversation Heart Sherbet Float

Conversation Heart Sherbet Punch Recipe a sweet valentine's day punch that's completely kid-friendly and non-alcoholic!

Ingredients:

  • 3 Ounces Sprite or Lemon Lime Soda
  • 1 Candy Heart
  • 1 Drop Red Food Coloring
  • 1 Teaspoon Half & Half
  • ½ Cup Strawberry or Raspberry Sherbet
  • ½ Teaspoon Pink Sprinkles

Conversation Heart Sherbet Punch Recipe a sweet valentine's day punch that's completely kid-friendly and non-alcoholic!

Directions:

Pour soda into a small container.

Add one drop of red food coloring to soda and half and half. Stir gently.

Conversation Heart Sherbet Punch Recipe a sweet valentine's day punch that's completely kid-friendly and non-alcoholic!

Pour into glass, but leave enough room for toppings.

Add sherbet to soda mixture.

Conversation Heart Sherbet Punch Recipe

Place one candy heart in the center of the glass on top of the sherbet.

Top with sprinkles.

 

The half and half makes it easy to color this fun punch to a pretty color with just a drop or two of food coloring that makes the punch perfect for your holiday celebrations.  Plus, it gives it almost an Italian soda flair that is so yummy for the punch!

Let the kids add their own candy and sprinkle toppings to get the kids involved in helping make their own punch creations. I love the combination of sprite and sherbet that makes a creamy drink. It’s completely kid-friendly and alcohol-free so the whole family can enjoy it!

Looking for another fun and fruity drink, pop over to our St. Patrick’s Day Punch recipe.

St Patrick's Day PunchHow do you make valentine’s day fun for your kids! 

 

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bn100

Monday 30th of January 2017

fun idea for Valentine's

ellen beck

Thursday 26th of January 2017

Thats really cute. Love the colors of this. It looks delicious too.

Diane Hoffmaster

Wednesday 25th of January 2017

I love those little conversation hearts. I bet the kids would enjoy this!

Audrey McClelland

Wednesday 25th of January 2017

That is the best idea. Conversation hearts are the classic Valentine's Day treat, and I love this super creative, super tasty take on that!

Kristi

Monday 23rd of January 2017

What a fun Valentine idea, but would also make a great drink for a wedding or anniversary event. Yum!