A yummy, sweet treat, this Frozen Snowball Punch makes a delicious beverage for any festive occasion. Packed with flavor and with only four ingredients, it’s a winter weather must-have.
I don’t know how it is in your home, but in ours the ‘Frozen’ fever is still going strong. Do not be surprised by this fact, or that it’s still holding true because I have boys.
You can read about my feelings on that subject HERE.
‘Frozen’ is awesome– I don’t care how old/young you are, or what your gender may be.
(Yes, I AM aware there are people who don’t realize the value of this movie, but I choose to overlook that fact for my own happiness.)
Minus the snow, the weather outside feels exactly like what Arendelle must’ve felt like when Elsa sent it into an eternal Winter in the middle of Summer.
Unlike the people of her realm though, it’s the right season for us and we’re embracing it. I’ll admit, it does help that we have modern conveniences they did not. Things like heat pumps, Starbucks, uber wooly scarves, etc.
And while we’re enjoying driving around with our hot thermos of cocoa while we search out the best Christmas lights each evening– we will be making a batch of this cold Frozen Snowball Punch during the day.
Pop in our favorite cold weather DVD, pop some popcorn and get lost in our current favorite Disney fairy tale.
I promise it makes a perfect segue into an evening of cold weather favorites– like Home Alone, Miracle On 34th Street, and Elf. At which point we’re ready to roll back around to the hot chocolate.
Frozen Snowball Punch- An Easy, Kid-Friendly Party Punch
Not all punches are made equal, especially when it comes to party punches. That’s why this one is one of my favorites. It’s simple, easy enough for kids or adults to throw it together.
The ingredients needed are minimal, and things any crowd will be able to agree on for a sweet sip-able treat. A gallon of blue Hawaiian punch is added to a large punch bowl.
Stir in a whole two liter of lemon lime soda. I recommend Sprite, but you can also use whichever brand you personally prefer. Then add in twelve ounces of pineapple juice, stirring until incorporated.
You can add all the liquid’s in at room temperature, but I recommend having them all chilled when ready to use. This prevents you from having to wait for the mixture to chill in the fridge, and a cold punch will also help preserve our ‘snowballs’.
We could serve the chilled punch as is at this point, but no. I wanted something really special that the kids would get a real tickle out of. That’s when I decided to add a little ‘snow’ to this Frozen-themed punch.
Dropping scoops of creamy vanilla ice cream into the punch bowl adds a perfect amount of snow ball magic to this drink. Scoop the frozen punch into glasses making sure to top each one with a snowball of it’s own.
It’s like an ice cream float, but even more fun & whimsical than the original version.
This teal blue party punch with it’s snowy froth is perfect for fans of the Disney movies. Anna & Elsa themselves couldn’t have whipped up a tastier treat.
The tangy blue fruit punch mixture is topped with a dollop of cold vanilla ice cream. It’s a tasty treat that immediately reminds you of snowflakes floating out over ice cold arctic waters.
It’s beautiful. It’s also super easy with only four ingredients making this frozen snowball punch a perfect holiday treat to share with your family, or to take to your next holiday party.
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Frozen Snowball Punch
- 1 bottle blue Hawaiian Punch 1 gallon, chilled
- 1 2 Liter of Sprite chilled
- 12 oz pineapple juice chilled
- 10 scoops vanilla ice cream
- In a large punch bowl, stir together the punch, Sprite, and pineapple juice.
- Just before serving, drop in the scoops of ice cream. Gently stir, just until slightly frothy.
- Ladle punch into glasses to serve, topping each glass off with one of the scoops of ice cream.