St. Patrick’s Day Drink: Shamrock Punch

If you’re looking for a tasty drink to draw in leprechauns, tiny humans, and adults.. you’ll need this Shamrock Punch recipe.

With its bright green appearance and sweet taste, it’ll be a hit at any St. Patrick’s Day party!

Mila suggested that leprechauns might like a drink when they’re getting into their shenanigans. She told me it had to be green and it needed rainbows.

Since we’re always down for punch, I had a magical idea. Here’s all you’ll need:

  • Green Juice – we used hugs but would’ve used Bug Juice if Mila hadn’t drank it first.
  • Sprite
  • Lemon-Lime Sherbet
  • Rainbow Candy (Airheads Xtreme Bites)
  • Green Food Coloring
  • Vodka – *Optional for Adults*

Just like any punch recipe I’ve talked about on this blog, this one is just as easy and good.

First, start off putting lemon-lime sherbet in a cup or punch bowl. I like to put extra because I’ve always been the person to want the sherbet in my cup!

Add some Airhead Xtreme Rainbow candies too! This is optional, but it amps up the magic.

Then, pour your green juice in. You could easily use Hawaiian Punch, but we used Hugs since it was just for a single cup.

To get the BRIGHT green color, put a few drops of green food coloring in Sprite. Add this to your cup or bowl too.

Then you’re all ready to attract some leprechauns or have a fun time! You can make it extra fun by adding your favorite choice of vodka to the adult drinks!

Fingers crossed this will help us catch our leprechaun. If not, we still have a few tricks up our sleeve.


What do you like to drink for St. Patrick’s Day? Let me know in the comments.

10 thoughts on “St. Patrick’s Day Drink: Shamrock Punch

  1. St Paddy’s is my favourite holiday and is very important to me. I always have tons of laughs and joys during it.your tips is very much welcome!

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  2. Yum!! Festive snacks and drinks are my fave- this is such a cute idea for St. Patrick’s day!! ☘️ My kiddos would love this 😍 I’m definitely giving it a try!

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