The serving of baby shower punch has become a very popular baby shower staple.
So there’s no need to reinvent the wheel when it come to a good baby shower punch recipe.
Choosing The Right Recipe
There are a lot of different baby shower punch recipes that you can use for a baby shower,
Since the mother-to-be or new mother will not be able to drink alcoholic beverages, keep to soda, punch, and decaffeinated beverages.
You will find hundreds of baby shower punch recipes so you might consider making two or even three different types depending on the size of the shower.
We have given you some baby shower punch recipe ideas below.
Punch In A Cloud
Place one quart of raspberry sherbet in a punch bowl, allowing it to soften. Then, add three, two-liter bottles of 7-Up and float one-quart of sherbet on top. This will serve about 50 people.
Banana Pineapple Punch
This idea can be used on several different themes including baby boy shower themes.
Boil five cups of sugar in six cups of water. Add the juice of six lemons, one quart of orange juice, two cups of pineapple juice, and six mashed up bananas. Place in small freezer bags and freeze until just prior to the start of the shower.
Pour two to three, two-liter bottles of 7-Up in a punch bowl and float the bags of frozen mixture on top. This serves about 40 people.
Apricot And Orange Punch
Mix six ounces of frozen orange juice with 46 ounces of apricot nectar. Pour this into a punch bowl and add three quarts of 7-Up.
Then, gently scoop one-quart of orange sherbet on top of the punch. This will serve between 35 and 40 people.
Pour one, two-liter bottle of cherry soda into a punch bowl. Add 46 ounces of pineapple juice and mix well. Then, add three small cans of crushed pineapple. To complete the punch, you would use a ring mold to freeze 7-Up, the juice from the canned pineapple, and cherries.
Float this on top of the punch. This baby shower punch recipe will serve about 40 people.